A rough... Read More
Dennis William Parks passed away on March 28, 2021 in Reno, Nevada. He was eighty-four years old.
He was born in Berea, Kentucky, on December 31, 1936, to Elisha Taylor and Lois Ferry Parks. He lived most of his early years in Arlington, Virginia. His father worked as a specialist on ... Read More
In the April 2021 issue of Studio Potter, Stephen Mullins wrote Paying the Bills. Editor Jill Foote-Hutton sat down with him to find out more about this enterprising potter working to put hand made objects in the hands of as many people... Read More
A group of galleries, collectors, artists, and art-related businesses have joined together in an online ceramic auction to provide direct monetary support to craft artists and organizations. In doing so, they hope to unite the ceramics community in our shared values. The auction starts on eBay... Read More
The 2020 Yunomi Invitational opens on Friday, June 12th at 10 a.m. CST at ClayAKAR.com.
For more than a decade, the ClayAKAR and its... Read More
There is an old adage that speaks to pointing one finger outward. You know that one?
The lesson is that one finger pointing outward only leaves you with three fingers pointing back at yourself.
I do believe in the incredible generosity and wokeness of... Read More
Do you have a Virtual Ceramics event or are you looking for one? Introducing the SP Events Calendar. In reaction to the multitude of ways our Ceramics... Read More
We'd like to offer some suggestions for how to use Studio Potter as an educational resource.
To use Studio Potter's archive of ceramic articles as a resource, click the search option on our site. That... Read More
This month Studio Potter acknowledges the life and contributions made by Les Manning. We mourn with you.
From Carole Epp, “Anyone that crossed paths with Les left that interaction a different person; whether we were enamoured by the beauty and perspective he presented in his artwork, or... Read More