Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
March / April 2015
Head of anatomy at Kings College London talks to ceramicist Tamsin Van Essen.
In 2014 Cape Town was world capital of design. CG was overwhelmed by ceramic events.
Ceramics can be as political as any other art-form. KW attended a symposium…
Eight hundred thousand poppies were removed from The Tower of London's moat in December. CD helped.
The sculptures of Keith Varney reach for the sky…
Sidney Tustin made a million pots for the Winchcombe Pottery…
RL's huge celadon vessels come with dancing crabs, leaping frogs and weedy sea dragons…
IW investigates the return of an unsettling sculptor.
Kanghyo Lee has lived Korean ceramic tradition and takes it to new levels. HC introduces him.
Annie Turner is a river potter. Her river is the Deben that flows through Suffolk to the sea…
RG explains how paperclay can revolutionise ceramic practice.
LK shows how she uses maiolica to achieve colourful painted designs.
The newsletter of the Craft Potters Association (CPA)
Rural potteries are dying world-wide. JG chronicles the end of an era.