Phase one of Studio Potter's digital archive project involved digitizing our entire back issue collection; imaging each page of over ninety back issues, each ranging from 80-112 pages, to produced printable data file, or PDF, versions of each. We are proud to have accomplished that initial feat... Read More
Overview: Participants in the program will working with Studio Potter's editorial and administrative teams in the areas of writing and editing, publication production, print design,... Read More
Congratulations to Studio Potter's artistic merit award winners of the National Juried Student Exhibition, held during NCECA Pittsburgh, March 2018. Awardees receive a one-year subscription to Studio Potter journal, and the opportunity to have their writing published in the upcoming Summer/Fall... Read More
Introducing our April Pots for Membership Program!
We've returned from this year's NCECA with a new spring in our step! We're more than happy to welcome this month's Pots for Membership artists, who we think are all the buzz. Treat your loved one (or yourself!) to a special piece of... Read More
Introducing our March Pots for Membership Program!
Are you gearing up for the big week ahead? Whether or not you'll be attending this year's NCECA conference in Pittsburgh, there is certainly a ceramics-community buzz in the air this time of year. We welcome this month's Pots for... Read More
Black history is an expansive legacy that is so much more than a month. However, February is officially designated for celebrating it, and SP is taking a closer look at the contributions black ceramists have made, and continue to make, to the richness of American ceramics. To that end, Studio... Read More
You're invited! Join us 5:30 p.m., Friday, March 16th, at the Brew House Association in Pittsburgh to celebrate the launch of our upcoming issue, Volume 46, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2018, "Regional Perspectives and Pottery Tours"! Light refreshments will be provided,... Read More
Paula Winokur died on Sunday, February 4th, 2018 at the age of 82. We, the staff and Board of SP offer our condolences to her family, friends, students, and all whose lives she touched during her long and rich career in clay.
Born in Philadelphia in 1935, Winokur studied painting and... Read More