Tablet Extras in the December 2015 IssueIpad_VideoDec15




Watch a video from Suze Lindsay’s DVD “Pouring Vessel Design.”
Watch Vlad Basarab’s installation from the NCECA 2015 Biennial, “Archaeology of Memory_Large Book.”







Nick DeVries

Martine Polisset

Adam Gruetzmacher

Julia Walther

Lisa York



Expanded Content in Every Issue!




Steve Hansen’s “Wood-Fired Realism,” originally featured in the December 1999 issue of Ceramics Monthly.
Adam Gruetzmacher’s Undergraduate Showcase, featured in the September 2010 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

Nan Smith’s “Controlled Drying and Firing: Large Scale—Sculpture and Tile,” featured in the May 2000 issue of Ceramics Monthly.





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What’s the difference between print and tablet subscriptions?

  • The print subscription includes the print issue, of course, and a digital PDF-replica version that is an online version of the same page layout as published and mailed. This replica also includes extra images, videos, and related archive content, and can be accessed through any Internet browser on a desktop, laptop, or tablet when you sign in with your account number. If you don’t currently receive our emails alerting you to the posting of our digital-replica versions, GO HERE, log in with your account number (from your mail label), and click on the “change your address” link to be able to add your email to your account information.
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What devices will the tablet edition run on?

  • iPads (all versions).

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If I subscribe to either the print or the enhanced tablet edition, do I get the other as well? What about a bundled price for both?

  • At this time, we are unable to offer a bundled subscription for print and tablet editions. Print subscribers do receive complimentary access to an online digital replica of the magazine, which can be accessed through the magazine back-issue page: issues.

What if I have a problem with my tablet subscription?

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