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


Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 263

Sep / Oct 2013

Contents...
artist:
Mind & Matter
- Anne Christie

Ann Christie looks at the specially commissioned installation work of Phoebe Cummings for the British Ceramics Biennial 2013

profile:
Legacy
- Marshall Colman

Looking at some of the most collectable twentieth-century ceramics, Marshall Colman explores the genealogy that flowed from the teaching of Dora Billington

artist:
Painted Surfaces
- Annie Woodford

Annie Woodford interviews Stephen Bird about his multi-disciplinary ways of working

potter:
More than ‘Ten a Penny'
- Alex McErlain

Alex McErlain meets potter Kevin Millward and discovers a career based on skill and versatility

project:
Stare, Contemplate, and Wonder
- Moira Vincentelli

Moria Vincentelli encounters the work of Adam Buick, a Jerwood Makers 2013 winner

survey:
Spotlight

Ceramic Review reviews some of the best new work at this year's British Ceramics Biennial

historical:
Salt-Glazing in Woolwich
- Robin Hildyard

The first salt-glazed stoneware kiln in the UK was discovered in 1974 in Woolwich, London

education:
To Stoke and Back
- Benjamin Matthews

Benjamin Matthews, a student at Central St Martins, London, talks about the importance of CMS's annual trip to Stoke-on-Trent

knowledge:
Thinking Business

Ceramic Review asks experts in the field for their advice on particular aspects of career development

technical:
Clay Particles- Part 2
- Oelof Heckroodt

In the second part of ‘Clay Particles', Oelof Heckroodt continues to explain way clay acts the way it does

a potter's day:
Keep Clay in Clapham
- Clapham Pottery

A look at the ‘Keep Clay in Clapham' event recently held at Clapham Pottery, London

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Roger Hardwick

Roger Hardwick collects exhibition catalogues as well as ceramic pots