Guest editor Martina Lantin asked, “What are the dialogues that stretch across borders and beyond limitations? How may ceramics serve as a medium through which we can relate the experience of imposed boundaries?” She got answers.
The upcoming issue of SP features... Read More
We are thrilled to have Aubrey Kamppila with us this summer as an editorial intern. Aubrey is from Burnt Hills, New York, and currently an undergraduate student at Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. She is an English major and a Studio Art minor, with particular interests in... Read More
Now that we are post solstice and officially in summer, here are a few clay related events to add to your calendar.
Salad Days: On the second Saturday of July each year, hundreds of people from around New England gather at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts for an epic picnic. Every... Read More
Hey, it’s me Josh letting you know about the next leg of my @themotopotter adventure. Firstly, thank you to all of you who followed along for my ride along the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail. I was floored by your support and interest, and... 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