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
The current issue of Studio Potter focuses on education in all its forms. One of those is teaching senior citizens. Jill Foote-Hutton, Northern Clay Center's (NCC) Coordinator of Artist Services & Storytelling, wrote the article "Reclaiming Memory," which tells about NCC's "ART @ HAND"... Read More
It's summertime, and time for a BOGO Sale! Become a member now through July 8th, and we will give you an extra year - free! That doubles the value of your membership! You'll get four issues of Studio Potter journal in your mailbox, plus a free back issue.
Our upcoming Summer/Fall issue... Read More
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