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Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.


Ceramic Review Issue 296

March/April 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 247

Jan / Feb 2011

Contents...
potter:
A Passion for Pattern
- Clare Crouchman

Clare Crouchman inlays different clays within a two-dimensional format

potter:
Thinking Outside the Box
- Ben Murdock

Ben Murdock's preoccupation with the mundane but fascinating world of boxes

international:
Kissed by the Dragon
- Tineke van Gils

Tineke van Gils visits the Yueji Kiln Ceramic Art Centre in Dehua, China

focus:
Challenging the Fear of Controversy
- Claudia Clare

Claudia Clare discusses the complex issue of censorship

international:
Pomp and Circumstances
- Frits Achten

Frits Achten explores ideas of taste when discussing Hanneke Giezen's work

project:
Clayground Collective
- Peter Silverton

Peter Silverton applauds a community project leading up to the 2012 Olympics

international:
A Stoneware Potter in Earthenware Italy
- Terry Davies

Terry Davies reveals how extensive travel was an education

historical:
A Rare Find
- Elizabeth & Vivian Jones

Elizabeth and Vivian Jones discover Victor Hugo's harvest jug on Guernsey

research:
Digital Craft
- Katie Bunnell

Katie Bunnell explores digital production technologies

technical/kiln:
Chemistry of Clay
- Oelof Heckroodt

Oelof Heckroodt explains the ins and outs

groundings:
Agateware Part 1
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey offers an introduction to this decorative technique

technical/kiln:
Revolutio Kiln
- Gordon Gran

Gordon Gran explains his newly-designed Revolutio kiln

potters day:
Potters apprentice
- Sheila Herring

Sheila Herring works with master potter Jeremy Steward

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Geoff Dellow

Geoff Dellow encourages us to go ‘unofficial' by Guerilla Potting in the community

potter:
Souvenirs of the Daily Grind
- Zeita Scott

Zeita Scott makes playful tableware that enhances everyday life

potter:
Community Spirit
- Fergus Stewart

Mandy Haggith discusses rural economies with Scottish potter Fergus Stewart