Film Portrait

Marks of Existence

UM ceramic artist Brady Monk in in his third year of the ceramics program in the School of Art, but his journey to get there was harder than many of us can imagine. In 2011, Brady was shot in the head during a home invasion. He survived, but his entire left side was paralyzed. His […]

Ron Nagle: Compositions and Clay

Both Ron Nagle’s hit songs and ceramics are born of a dedication to harmony and craft. (Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)

Jonathan Adler Pottery Studio Tour

Personal Spaces | House Beautiful Go inside Jonathan Adler’s SoHo pottery studio and watch as he creates a new piece. Read more: (Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)

Roberto Lugo – Artist, Activist, Educator

Roberto Lugo is a potter, poet, educator, and activist from Philadelphia, PA. This collage uses content from the following videos: Roberto Lugo, “Ghetto is Resourceful”, “Pottery in Kensington” NCECA, “Roberto Lugo, NCECA Emerging Artist” (Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)

Wood Fire and Clay: Japanese Pottery in Georgia

Twice a year, in the Spring and Fall, Roger Jamison fires the anagama,the wood fired kiln behind his home in Juliette, GA. It takes a team of potters with cords of wood a week to fire the kiln. At the end of the week, potters come together to see what became of their work. (Visited […]

Hitomi Hisono reinterprets Wedgwood classics with Japanese aesthetics

Hitomi Hosono explains how she combined British and Japanese aesthetics to create a collection of ceramics for Wedgwood in this video Dezeen filmed at their factory in Stoke-On-Trent. Hosono, a ceramicist from Japan known for intricate porcelain pots featuring botanical forms, designed the collection in collaboration with Wedgwood, after being invited to take part in […]

Clay: a film portrait about David Peters

Clay is a film portrait about David Peters, a ceramic artist located in Helena, MT. Clay delves into his unique approach to ceramics, while also dealing with what it means to live a creative life with passion. Music by Lige Newton Graphics by Jack Knill (Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)