Dec 20, 2016

It’s cold. As the holiday season settles in, there is no better time to cosy up around a warm fire and read about rebuilding a salt kiln in January in the frigid Danish countryside. In Volume 44, Number 2... Read More

Dec 5, 2016

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

Nov 22, 2016

Ben Carter, host of the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler podcast, interviewed Pharis at home in the spring of 2015 and... Read More

Oct 7, 2016

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

Aug 18, 2016

We are so excited to announce the launch of our Summer/Fall 2016 issue! In this issue, nineteen authors explore function and architecture through myriad lenses. The print version includes these articles on heavy matte paper, with a beautiful... Read More

Jul 20, 2016

We (myself, designer Zoe Pappenheimer, and our proofreaders) have been working our tails off putting the final touches on the upcoming print issue.  We are excited to send the files off to the printer today, which means that barring any hurricanes on the East Coast, you... Read More

May 5, 2016

The current issue on "Sustainability" features an article by Jane Herold, who has been making wheel-thrown, wood-fired dinnerware and other pottery for over thirty years in Palisades, New York. Jane was... Read More

Apr 25, 2016

Studio Potter welcomes writing on "Women" for our Winter/Spring 2017 issue. Over Twenty-five years have passed since SP dedicated an entire issue to women working in ceramics. Much has changed, and we think its time to revisit historical perspectives and engage in a contemporary dialog on the... Read More

Feb 12, 2016

SP welcomes writing on function and/or architecture that encompasses broad interpretations of those themes and challenges the limits of their definitions.  

Function - noun  func·tion  \ˈfəŋ(k)-shən\

the special purpose or activity for which a thing exists or is used the... Read More