SP and Artaxis are at it again!

SP Staff
Aug 18, 2016

SP+AAThis summer Studio Potter has been working with Artaxis to develop more channels of exposure for our non-profit organizations and highlight SP authors' and Artaxis members’ contributions to the field. We are excited to be expanding our partnership with Artaxis to strengthen the dialogues within our community and broaden both studiopotter.org and artaxis.org as educational resources.

Studio Potter articles authored by Artaxis members will now be linked from their pages, providing the articles free to the public. This connectivity provides yet another avenue for students, professional artists, and the general public to research artists in our field. Educators, please encourage your students to take advantage of this resource this fall semester! Twenty-four articles by twenty-two Artaxis members are active now, and we aim to add more in the coming months.

To see how the partnership works, click any of the following Artaxis member names below, then click the "Studio Potter Article/s" link at the right of each member's page to check out their articles on studiopotter.org.

Jonathan MessKate MauryRichard NotkinGwendolyn YoppoloStanton Hunter,Sean O’ConnellMartina LantinDel HarrowSunshine CobbElenor WilsonTyler Lotz,Brian R. JonesEdie TsongHeather Mae EricksonZach TateSimon LevinJoseph PintzAyumi HorieLauren SandlerMegumi NaitohRobbie Lobell, and Lindsay Rogers.

We are excited that the growth of this partnership increases the online presence and educational reach for both non-profit organizations. Like Studio Potter, Artaxis is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose work enriches the ceramics community.

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