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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 264

Nov / Dec 2013

Contents...
pride of place:
- Charles Darwent

Charles Darwent offers a glimpes of his Cooper pots

preview:
Turning Earth

A new ceramics studio model

report:
Spode is laid bare
- Jeremy Theophilus
feature:
Going Subtle
- Margaret Crump

A dramatic shift in Michelle Ohlson's work takes her back to her roots, writes Margaret Crump

feature:
Tate St Ives
- Andy Christian

Andy Christian discusses how ceramics have been represented at Tate St Ives over the past two decades

feature:
The Spectacle of Tradition
- Stephen Knott

The history of throwing demonstrations, as explored by Stephen Knott

feature:
Portrait of a Gallery Owner
- Esther Viros

Esther Viros discovers how Robert Yellin came to be a gallery owner in Kyoto, Japan

feature:
The Penumbra of Material
- Jo Dahn

Jo Dahn in conversation with Nicholas Lees about his optical objects

feature:
Playing with Clay
- Alex Shimwell

Alex Shimwell shares his thoughts on, and processes for, making his ceramic pieces

feature:
Exquisite Surfaces
- Mercedes Smith

Mercedes Smith meets the Leach Pottery's honorary Lead Potter, John Bedding

feature:
ceramics at art schools

An overview of BA, MA and PhD ceramics courses in our annual Art School Survey

technical:
Burnishing
- Tina Vlassopulos

Tina Vlassopulos shares hints and tips for trying this technique

technical:
Throwing Big Pots
- Jim Keeling

Jim Keeling shows how to throw large pots, step by step

technical:
Decorating Sgraffito
- Dominique Keeling

Dominique Keeling on decorating husband Jim Keeling's work

a curator and ceramist's day:
- Shauna Janssen

Curator Shauna Janssen on Linda Swanson and her 100 ‘slugs'

off centre:
- Andrew MacDonald

Why, after eighteen years, Andrew MacDonald moved his workshop