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February 1, 2009

Three dimensional printing can be used to create ceramic-art objects, out of three different types of slip bodies, and can be finished using standard ceramic equipment and processes.


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January 12, 2009

Sometimes I feel like I was born in the wrong era because I just love old things: antiques, weathered old buildings, vintage clothing. If you can relate, then you’ll...
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January 9, 2009

In today's video, ceramic artist Charan Sachar shows us how to make a foolproof and ergonomic slip trailer out of some inexpensive materials. Watch the video now! and then...
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January 7, 2009

On Monday, Bruce Bowers explained his process for converting an old electric kiln into a gas and wood-fire kiln. Today, as promised, Bruce goes into detail about the firing...
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January 5, 2009

After moving from a rural to an urban area, potter Bruce Bowers realized that, in order to continue to feed his passion for wood firing, he would have to...
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January 2, 2009

We're kicking off 2009 with a how-to ceramics video about using paper stencils and underglaze for surface decoration. The video features ceramic artist Eva Kwong and was filmed during...
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December 31, 2008

On this the last day of 2008, I'd like to wish everyone a very happy and healthy new year! And to help you start it off right, today we're...
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December 24, 2008

I've said it before and I'll say it again: I love when potters come up with clever homemade tools. When perusing the latest issue of Ceramics Monthly, I came...
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December 20, 2008

An Australian–born potter living in Japan discusses his collaborations with chefs to create ware specifically designed for the presentation and enjoyment of food.


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December 19, 2008

Since we were already thinking big this week (see Wednesday's post on Morten Løbner Espersen's largescale ceramic art installation), I thought today's video would be a fitting one. It...
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