Let’s welcome this edition of Studio Potter with an exercise in gratitude. We are grateful for the willingness of our community to share their stories through the journal.
We are grateful for the opportunities the pandemic is providing us to re-examine and reinvent our processes.... Read More
This month we have gathered six stories which shine a light on the variety of ways we bring experiences and concerns beyond the ceramic studio into our studio practice. In the case of Ellen Bell’s review of TANIO/IGNITE four emergent ceramic artists were invited to look back in time via... Read More
Born and raised by the descendants of hillbillies, Jill Foote-Hutton is an artist following in the tradition of medicine woman and storyteller through her creative... Read More
Studio Potter (SP) is a monthly, online publication giving voice to the full spectrum of discussion and dialog within the ceramic... Read More
For this second post in our new monthly series, Writing Tip Tuesday, we’ll discuss the Oxford comma, also known as the serial comma. As a publication of the arts, Studio Potter journal adheres to the Chicago Manual of Style, which states about this punctuation: “Chicago strongly recommends this... Read More
Production of the upcoming Studio Potter Winter/Spring issue, “Printing and Paperclay,” is in full swing. This special issue hosts two guest editors: Bryan Czibesz has curated a selection of articles on printing—3D digital clay printing, that is. And, Lorie Nelson has... Read More