I think we may see as much development in studio ceramics in the next 10 years as we’ve seen in the last 60, and that is more exciting than it is daunting, more hopeful than it is ominous. And for us, at the end of the day, it’s really still just the basic material of mud in our hands that inspires us to create—which is why it’s worth exploring for another 60 years. —Sherman Hall, Editor

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cover: Ken Price, Hunchback of Venice, 29 in. (73 cm) in length, fired and painted clay, 2000. Courtesy of Dallas Price and Bob Van Breda. Copyright Ken Price. Photo copyright Fredrik Nilsen.

In this issue:




The Centrality of Ceramics in
African Cultures
by Diana Lyn Roberts


Nobuhito Nishigawara:
Body Doubles

by Kathleen Whitney


Horror Vacui

by Liz Smith




3D Printing in Clay: Building
Objects in Coiled Layers
by Roderick Bamford

Studio Visit: 

Anne Mette Hjortshøj 
Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark

Clay Culture: 

Ceramic Tech Highlights


Clay Culture: 

A Burning Question

by Wesley L. Smith

Exhibition Review: 
Ken Price Sculpture: 
A Retrospective 

by Elaine Levin

Exhibition Review: 

A Fine Line
by Emily Donahoe


Techno File: 
Ceramic Stains

by John Britt

Tips and Tools: 

Adjustable Heights

by Adam Field


Current and Upcoming 



Porcelain Narratives

by Beth Lo


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