So, whether your baby step is taken with a circle-cutting band-saw jig and some scrap counter top, or it’s an actual step through a gallery door, take it with confidence—with the knowledge that it only feels awkward because it’s your first, and that it will teach you something, and that it will get easier very soon. Bigger steps are right around the corner. 
—Sherman Hall, Editor

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cover: Bryan Hopkins’ cup set, 4½ in. (11 cm) in height, wheel-thrown and altered porcelain, fired to cone 11 in a gas kiln, platinum luster, and cast mortar, 2011.

 

   
In this issue:


Bryan Hopkins: Dissonance
and Reconciliation

by Glen R. Brown

Extending a Museum
Exhibition’s
(Out)Reach       

by Diana Lyn Roberts

Sewing Cultures Through
Pottery

by Lauren Karle 

     

Studio Visit: John Britt

Bakersville, North Carolina

Techno File: Casting
Rheology

by Jonathan Kaplan
Clay Culture: 

Rewarding an Innovator

     
Clay Culture: Jun Factory
Life

by Maggie Connolly
Gallery Guide 2013 Exhibition Review: To Wander
Out of Place

by Tony Merino
     
 

Exhibition Review: Peter
Shire “Cups 1974–2012: 

Ceramic and Steel Cups
and
Works on Paper”

by Kathleen Whitney

Spotlight: A Potter’s Pots

by Suze Lindsay

 
     

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