Ceramic Arts & Perception — Ceramics Technical
Ceramic Arts & Perception — Ceramics Technical
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Technical: Current Issue — 32
    • Magical Lustre Symposium. Tugrul Emre Feyzoglu describes the international exchange.
    • Fire, Ice and Clay. Chris Garcia discusses a ceramics residency in Iceland.
    • A Discussion of Flameware. George J Chechopoulos explains Flameware clay body and glaze formulation.
    • Looking Forward/Looking Back. Rich Briggs discusses American woodfired ceramics.
    • A Substitute for Gerstley Borate. Jonathan Kaplan and Jeff Zmek collaborate on their research.
    • And So On. Sue Gardiner describes the repetition in the work of Emily Siddell.
    • Sleeping Beauty. Christian Marche details the obstacles encountered on the way to a successful public installation.
    • Slip Trailing. Duygu Kahraman offers a reflection of S Sibel Sevim's art world.
    • The Symposium of Ceramic Art. W Lowell Baker tells of his experiences in Camaguey, Cuba.
    • Grand Tour of European Porcelain. JAnna Calluori Holcombe explores the major European porcelain centres.
    • A Pictorial Perspective. Elaine Olafson Henry provides a tour of the new ceramics facilities at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (cover story).
    • John Conrad. Jack Hachigian PhD describes Conrad's search for the Black Pearl, a saturated metallic glaze.
    • Pottery Skills in Thomastown, Ireland. Eleanor Flegg talks with Gus Mabelson about the Ceramics Skills and Design Course.
    • Soil Turning into Pigeon Houses (Boranhane). F Evren Dasdag and Nursen Isik give an example from Diyarbakir.
    • The Ceramic Artist and His Clay. Chris Echeta discusses the relationahip of form explanation.
    • Cotton-Blended Ceramics. Tugrul Emre Feyzoglu discusses the work of Mehmet Kutlu.
    • The First European Woodfire Conference. Markus Böhm reviews the experience of being an organiser.
    • Catching Colour in the Nooks and Crannies. Frank James Fisher discusses his glazing techniques.
    • The Place of Ceramics Today. Dr Isah Bolaji Kashim researches the potential for ceramics in Nigeria.
    • The Figurative Association Symposium. Stephanie Stuefer describes the event at Arrowmont.
    • A Potential for Paperclay Water Filters: Part 1. Rosette Gault gives an artist's view of ceramic design and engineering for a sustainable world.
    • Production of Clay Vessels. Ali, Vincent Egwu discusses traditional pottery production by the women of Afikpo and Ishiagu in Southeastern Nigeria.
    • Hand Thrown: East Asian Wedged Coil Technique. A Book Review by Janet Mansfield.
    • Recent Publications.
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