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Ceramics Monthly December 2013

Posted On November 11, 2013 0 Comments

As one year draws to a close and another approaches, one thing I like to consider is—well—the coming year. I’ve mentioned here before the fact that “magazine time” runs at least three months in the future, and that we’re constantly looking ahead to what is coming next (or after next, more accurately). And when one does that, suddenly spring of 2014 does not seem that far away, which I think is a very nice thought, don’t you? So, in going through this exercise, we are reminded that there are several opportunities for readers and others to contribute their work and their events to Ceramics Monthly. —Sherman Hall, Editor.

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Ceramic Arts 2014 Yearbook

Posted On October 22, 2013 0 Comments

We hope that Ceramic Arts 2014 serves as a resource you’ll want to read right away and also keep on hand both for its timeliness and its timelessness. Be sure to drop us a line and tell us what you think—we’d love to hear.—Sherman Hall, Editor, Ceramics Monthly, and Bill Jones, Editor, Pottery Making Illustrated 

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Ceramics Monthly November 2013

Posted On October 18, 2013 0 Comments

The best possible outcome in seeing these half-finished projects is that we rediscover something we could not understand at the time, but now have the necessary tools or insight to complete, and so a reinvigorating adventure begins. Of course, you or I may not have those insights or tools, but hopefully in these cases we’re wise enough to think hard before just disregarding something that was previously discounted or relegated to the status of one-time diversion.—Sherman Hall, editor.

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From the Editor November 2013

Posted On October 15, 2013 0 Comments

The best possible outcome in seeing these half-finished projects is that we rediscover something we could not understand at the time, but now have the necessary tools or insight to complete, and so a reinvigorating adventure begins. Of course, you or I may not have those insights or tools, but hopefully in these cases we’re wise enough to think hard before just disregarding something that was previously discounted or relegated to the status of one-time diversion. -Sherman Hall, editor.

Newcomb Art Gallery – Tulane University

Posted On October 3, 2013 0 Comments

New Orleans, Louisiana

www.newcombartgallery.tulane.edu

 

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

Posted On September 30, 2013 0 Comments

San Angelo, Texas

www.samfa.org

River Gallery

Posted On September 30, 2013 0 Comments

Chelsea, Michigan

www.chelsearivergallery.com

Freehand Gallery

Posted On September 30, 2013 0 Comments

Los Angeles, California

www.freehand.com

Craft in America Center

Posted On September 30, 2013 0 Comments

Los Angeles, California

www.craftinamerica.org

Cooley Gallery

Posted On September 30, 2013 0 Comments

Leesburg, Virginia

www.thecooleygallery.com