As a teacher of ceramics at the Austen Riggs Center, a psychiatric hospital in Western Massachusetts, Michael McCarthy is used to confronting misconceptions about his job. In his article, “We’re All Students Here,” he describes his experiences as a teacher, and the creative challenges that he... Read More
Spread the word: Studio Potter is calling for entries for a FREE pottery tour listing for 2018 in the upcoming issue of the journal, themed "Regional Perspectives and Pottery Tours."
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 2018
Please get your submission in asap, send to... Read More
The start of the school year is an event worth celebrating. To mark the occasion, we have decided to offer two special BOGO promotions:
Friendship! If you are a current member, you could extend your membership for another full year for free! Get a friend to sign up for a regular one-year... Read More
Studio Potter is calling for contributions to the next issue, Vol. 46, No. 1, Winter/Spring 2018, "Regional Perspectives & Pottery Tours." Submissions due October 15, 2017.
In examining regional perspectives, here are a few questions that might pique your interest in contributing: ... Read More
Two new articles, one from the current issue and one from the archive, that both explore the process of collaboration are available to the public online!
In Volume 45, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2017, Ashwini Bhat describes how collaborating with other artists across mediums has... Read More
Boundaries and Borders, Volume 45, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2017
To write about boundaries or borders is not necessarily to compose a travelogue of an exotic journey. As a child, my passport was a magical object that held my identity fast in its pages. It continues to be a powerful document... Read More
In her article “Architectural Ceramics,” Volume 44, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2016, Susan Tunick remembers when she began to question the clichéd “concrete jungle” notion of cities like New York. Instead of just concrete and steel she found ceramics used in architecture all around her. “There was an... Read More