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Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics


CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

Book Review:
Essential tableware
- Linda Bloomfield & Sue Pryke

Interested in finding out how to design and make contemporary tableware? A new book by Linda Bloomfield and Sue Pryke covers the various making methods

Potters on Pots:

The anthropomorphic nature of pots has fascinated Jude Jelfs since she started working in clay as a student

Strong and vulnerable
- Isabel Andrews

Irish artist Camilla Hanney discusses the feminist themes behind her ceramic sculptures with Isabel Andrews

Centres of engagement
- Tim Martin

In the first of a two-part investigation, Tim Martin explores the practice of collecting ceramics within public institutions

Potter's Secrets:

Paul Philp shares the processes and techniques he used to create his hand-built ceramic pieces

Organic designs
- Jane Audas

Scandinavian ceramicist Anders Børgesen talks to Jane Audas about the inspiration and making processes behind his carved vessels

One to Watch:
Brian Woods

Student Brian Wood’s practice is based around breaking the mould. He shares his fascination with imperfection and unexpected beauty through his ceramic furniture

Glaze Recipe:
Nicole James

Australian ceramicist Nicole James shares her Winter Blue glaze

Curator's Choice:
- Moira Vincentelli

Moira Vincentelli, Emeritus Curator of the Ceramic Collection at Aberystwyth University, chooses a teapot made at one of the International Ceramics Festivals