As people who work with clay, we know the reasons that motivate us to go to the studio. As makers, we also understand the draw to buy handmade objects, both for the joy of using them and for the connection to the person who made them. I think it can sometimes be a bit harder… Read More »
This issue includes our Gallery Guide listing, which I think of as the annual call for all of us to go visit at least one of the venues in our area that support artists working with clay. If I may, I would also suggest you get to know the people who work there.
In addition to the Gallery Guide, we are also continuing our annual focus on artists who collect ceramics in our Clay Culture articles. This year both Dwight Holland and Julia Galloway discuss their reasons for collecting the thousands of pots they each own, and the ways they share the artwork with their communities. –Jessica Knapp, editor.
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4” Venco De-airing PugMill on a steel rolling cart. Elmer Taylor’s personal pugmill, never used by students! Pick-up only in Denton, TX. $2,500. Contact Valerie for information (940)369-6509 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“European Craft Summit,” at Anciens Abattoirs (www.mons2015.eu/en/world-crafts-council) in Mons, Belgium, October 20, 2015–January 10, 2016. “British Ceramics Biennial” at Stoke-on-Trent, England, (www.britishceramicsbiennial.com) through November 8. “Cerámica de Los Ancestros: Central America’s Past Revealed,” at the National Museum of the American Indian (www.americanindian.si.edu) in New York, New… Read More »