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Issue 36, 2013 – CRETA Rome. Lori-Ann Touchette and Paolo Porelli detail the new residency that they have started in Rome.
Issue 35 2012 – Shadowy Celadon. Cao Chunsheng describes the characteristics of shadowy celadon sculpture in Jingdezhen in the Song Dynasty.
Issue 34, 2012 - Essere di nulla (beinginthevoid) by Graeme Wilkie.
Issue 33, 2011 - Underglazing with Copper Chloride. Zeliha Yayla, Ilker Ozkanand Sabit Acar research an easy way to prepare the mixture.
Issue 31, 2010 – A Special Place: The International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemet. Debra Sloan visits the studio and residency in Kecskemet.
Issue 30, 2010 – On Virtual Sandboxes. Anton Reijnders and Malcolm Mobutu Smith explore the potential of rapid prototyping as described by Shu-Mei Chan.
Issue 29, 2009 – Salt Fire Kiln Building in Cappadocia. Tugrul Emre Feyzoglu reportson building a salt kiln in Turkey with Fred Olsen.
Issue 28, 2009 – Klepisko. Ursula Ilse-Neuman discusses an installation by Marek Cecula.
Issue 25, 2007 – Alice at the Allport. Fiona Tabart extends her experience into the world of ceramic decal printing.
Issue 24, 2007 – From the Ground Up New Work From an Old Landscape. Steve Harrison investigates native porcelains developed from Australian Bai-tunze of the Southern Highlands of Australia.
Issue 23, 2006 – Collective Traces. Christie Brown responds to the work in the Petrie Museum.
Issue 22, 2006 – Terracotta and the London Natural History Museum. Donna Webb researched the interesting use of terracotta in the design of this building.
Issue 21, 2005 – Visible Crystals. Janet Hamer outlines the new glazes of Avril Farley and describes how these sculptural crystal shapes are formed.
Issue 19, 2005 – Clay Modern at Gulgong. Karen Weiss writes about a conference she believes to be Australia’s No. 1 ceramics event.
Issue 18, 2004 – Throwing Classical Porcelain in Jingdezhen, China. Steve Brousseau.
Issue 17, 2004 – Carol Rossman Precision Raku. Jonathan Smith.
Issue 16 – Flame, Smoke and Flying Ash. Milton Moon.