Ceramic Review: Masterclass with Stephen Murfitt

‘I became addicted to raku because of the direct involvement with each stage of the process. The pots absorb and often reflect the intense drama of the firing.’ In this video, potter Stephen Murfitt takes us step-by-step through the processes he uses to create his handbuilt and raku-fired vessels featuring lustrous metallic surfaces. Learn how […]

Icheon Master Hand: Yo Se Yeon

The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramics tradition, an unprecedented exhibition organized by Icheon, South Korea. Icheon has a history of ceramic culture that began over 5000 years ago and has a reputation for its internationally renowned ceramics cultural events. Now Icheon has reached out to an […]

Toshiko Takaezu: Portrait of an Artist

Toshiko Takaezu (1922-2011) lived most of her life in rural New Jersey, where she made pots, gardened, and taught ceramics at nearby Princeton University. Source

Art and the Anthropocene

Presentation given at the annual conference for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts in 2019 held in Minneapolis, MN. For more information please visit: www.nceca.net Moderator: Shanna Fliegel Panelists: Tara Daly, Crystal Morey, Tim Cowdery, and Lisa Truax This discussion brings into focus and challenges what in fact is “utopia” and what […]

How to Throw Teabowls Off the Hump on the Pottery Wheel | Jerry Horning

In this video, an excerpt from the DVD Making Pots on the Wheel by Jerry Horning. It is available for purchase here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/bookstore/making-pots-on-the-wheel-by-jerry-horning/

282. Trimming a Set of Cups with Hsin-Chuen Lin 林新春 杯組修坯示範

To see or buy my finished work and pottery tools, please visit my ETSY shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/hsinchuen To watch more of my throwing videos, please visit my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/hsinchuen/videos To learn more about my back ground, please visit my Website: www.mypots.net Youtube Channel: Hsinchuen Lin

2 Customise your workspace

Second in a series of videos that offers a basic introduction to using Blender 3D modelling software. This shows how to set up your workspace and save a start up file to suit your preferences. The series is aimed at those who might not be that confidant with computer software but want to gain a […]

Ceramic Review: Masterclass with Katharina Klug

Ceramic artist Katharina Klug takes us step-by-step through the processes behind her wheel-thrown porcelain vessels, decorated with wax-resist pastels. Discover more inside Ceramic Review issue 289, which features the full step-by-step masterclass. You can order current and back issues of the magazine from ceramicreview.com. Film by Layton Thompson for Ceramic Review.

Icheon Master Hand: Choi in Gyu

The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramics tradition, an unprecedented exhibition organized by Icheon, South Korea. Icheon has a history of ceramic culture that began over 5000 years ago and has a reputation for its internationally renowned ceramics cultural events. Now Icheon has reached out to an […]
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137: Kim Kirchman on staying engaged as an educator

http://talesofaredclayrambler.libsyn.com/137-kim-kirchman-on-staying-engaged-as-an-educator Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kim Kirchman. A long time potter and educator, Kim is a professor of art at St. Petersburg College. Her recent altered vessel forms are decorated with underglaze drawings of botanical patterns that reference the lush environment of the Tampa Bay area. […]
Making It Happen | Laurie Carretta Scupp | Episode 558
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Making It Happen | Laurie Carretta Scupp | Episode 558

Podcast: The Potters Cast         Laurie Carretta Scupp | Episode 558 Laurie Carretta Scupp lives and works in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Laurie ceramics are hand built using slabs and pinch pots. Laurie works with red earthenware clay and is inspired by nature, which Laurie uses to form illustrated narratives on her work. […]

Alison Britton on Lucie Rie

There’s an interesting play of proportions in all of these things, the tiny little lip, the jug that’s very much like a cup, the smallness of the spout. There’s a sort of urban feeling it has, and having had tea with her myself a few times it was a very good ritual, always [with] cakes, […]