Summer has begun! Here are some dynamic events going on in June:
What: Hollins University Women Working with Clay Symposium
This symposium explores the connections of... Read More
Did you miss us? We took a break last month, and now we're kicking off June with new featured artists and a fresh set of pots we know you'll love!
Each month, Studio Potter features a small selection of artists and their work, which is... Read More
Two new articles, one from the current issue and one from the archive, that both explore the process of collaboration are available to the public online!
In Volume 45, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2017, Ashwini Bhat describes how collaborating with other artists across mediums has... Read More
Mark your calendar for this September event at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center:
The Road Less Traveled Conference
"Delve into the complex subject of artist-built environments during a three-day conference, September 27-29, 2017, at the John Michael... Read More
PayPal has changed some of their processing procedures, which means some users of our site may have experienced a problem making a purchase. If you've already encountered a problem, please call our office (413) 585-5998, or e-mail us at info@studiopotter.... Read More
Studio Potter's Winter/Spring 2018 issue will focus on North American pottery tours, and our membership director, Joshua Speers, is gearing up. This weekend Josh is kicking off the 2017 season of pottery tours with a ride through SP's home region of Western... Read More
Every year at the NCECA conference, Studio Potter awards six students from around the country with a one-year membership. Two graduate students, two post-baccalaureate students, and two K-12 students were selected for their artistic accomplishments by SP board members Jonathan Kaplan, Nancy... Read More
Canadian potter Robin Hopper died on April 6, 2017. Hopper was a much beloved and internationally recognized artist, teacher, and author. Born in England in 1939, Hopper’s early childhood was marked by the Second World War and the bombing of London. It was in that destruction caused by daily... Read More
Each month, Studio Potter features a small selection of artists and their work, which is available for sale in our online store for thirty days only. In exchange for the sale of their piece, the artist (or a chosen beneficiary) will receive a... Read More
Henry Tadaaki Takemoto was born July 23, 1930, in the then Territory of Hawaii to Japanese immigrant parents. He served in the U.S. Air Force and completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts, in ceramics, at the University of Hawaii before... Read More