The Summer/Fall 2016 Issue is Here!

SP Staff
Aug 18, 2016

Cover, Vol. 44, No. 2, Summer/Fall 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 cover featuring architectural drawings by Jonathan Kaplan and Clark Willingham in white ink on heavy blue paper. SP members get full access to each online article and the digital page-turning version - remember to log-in first! (Click the yellow button in the upper right of the screen, or become a member.)  Non-members, we've made selected articles public for you, including the editorial, Order and Entropy by Cary Esser, Ben Carter's introduction to a series of interviews from his Tales of a Red Clay Rambler podcast, Fuel Control in a Wood-Fired Kiln by David Potter and John Steele, and a web exclusive article by our spring intern, Monique Desnoyers. Click the links below to go to each article, or browse the full issue. Thank you to all the authors, underwriters, and donors whose dedication, hard work, and generosity, make each issue of SP possible.

ARTIST NARRATIVES
Order and Entropy by Cary Esser
Architectural Ceramics by Susan Tunick
Let’s Talk About Building(s)...Architectonically Speaking by Jonathan Kaplan

HISTORY
Harry Holl by Steven Kemp
Remembering John Stephenson by Georgette Zirbes, Paul Kotula, Susan Crowell, Marie Woo, and Debbie Thompson
Shelter: Ceramics and Architecture by Paul Mathieu

COLUMNS
Rebuilding the Salt Kiln at Tolne Gjæstgivergaard by Gregory Hamilton Miller
Fuel Control in a Wood-Fired Kiln by David Potter and John Steele
The Portland Brick Project by Ayumi Horie
The Sensual Arts by Julie Wilson
Journeying into Unknown Spaces by Monique Desnoyers (Web Only)

Q&A
The Red Clay Rambler (Ben Carter) interviews Nina Hole, Jacques Kaufmann, and Mark Pharis

BITS & PIECES
Word from the Editor by Elenor WilsonLetters from Readers (Print Only), Underwriters (see individual articles - sidebars and underneath), and Donors

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