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September 24, 2008

Today we are giving a sneak peek of the upcoming November issue of Ceramics Monthly magazine, which features ceramic artist Valerie Zimany. Readers of Ceramics...
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September 22, 2008

Because of the popularity of our once-monthly Month in Clay features, I thought I would take the opportunity today to let Ceramic Arts Daily readers...
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September 19, 2008

In today’s pottery video, David Henry returns with a follow up to his pitcher throwing video, which was shown a few weeks back. David takes us through the process of...
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September 17, 2008

Get the raku recipe for Riggs Terra Sigillata.


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September 16, 2008

In this video, ceramic artist Holly Goring, demonstrates how to use the "sea level" method for mixing plaster. So you don't have to take notes during the video, we've...
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September 12, 2008

Today we are trying something a little different with our video of the week. We are featuring an interview with ceramic sculptor Tom Bartel, who is exhibiting his new...
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September 5, 2008

Today we bring you another video clip from Matt Long off of his full-length DVD Matt Long: Vessels for Victory. In this clip, Matt demonstrates how to make a...
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September 3, 2008

At the workshop, Debra demonstrated her handbuilding technique, which combines modeling, pinching and coiling for small figurative ceramic sculptures. After small sculptures are constructed, surface decoration was discussed and...
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September 3, 2008

Get the raku glaze recipe for Kansas State White Slip.


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August 29, 2008

Today's video comes to us from potter Benjamin Gufford of Goldsboro, North Carolina. After visiting two much-admired potters this summer, Benjamin was inspired to take his work in a...
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