Apr 14, 2016

Deceptively vegetable free, the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail attracts shoppers and clay enthusiasts from around New England to our slice of Massachusetts every spring. But where to eat? As a local, these are my suggestions for the best spots for local fare along the... Read More

Apr 8, 2016

Influences are, of course, not always formal, intended, understood, appreciated, or completely expressible. - Stanley Mace Andersen

A new online archive article has been added to our archived issue, ... Read More

Apr 7, 2016

Instagram at the NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) conference is like hosing a wild fire with a steady stream of lighter fluid: how can you keep up with a brimming conference schedule of events happening right in front of you, and stay on... Read More

Apr 4, 2016

Tandem Ceramics and Studio Potter are combining forces to offer a dual internship in two... Read More

Mar 30, 2016

Studio Potter had the pleasure of partnering with Cook on Clay flameware pottery company to produce a unique event, The Heartland Table, on the eve of the National Council on Education for Ceramic Arts (... Read More

Mar 29, 2016

Each year at the NCECA annual conference, Studio Potter honors the artistic accomplishments of two graduate students, two undergraduate students, and two K-12 students with an annual membership. SP board members Hollis Engley and Hayne... Read More

Mar 10, 2016

Studio Potter will be in Kansas City for the 50th annual NCECA conference, March 13 - 19!  Come see us at the Kansas City Convention Center Resource Hall - Table T08 on the resource... Read More

Mar 10, 2016

I hope you are enjoying SP's new website, complete with a fully searchable archive. I'd like to give you a brief insight to how the search works, and some tips for using it. 

When you input a word, author's name, technical term, or other phrase into the search box, the results will... Read More

Mar 2, 2016

SP just received a copy of “new directions in ceramics - from spectacle to trace,” by Jo Dahn from Bloomsbury Press. A quick flip through tells me pots in this book are limited to how their forms or historical reference contribute to an overall artistic message (e.g. Edmund deWaal,... Read More

Mar 2, 2016

A new exhibition, RE—Reanimate, Repair, Mend and Meld, will be presented at Ferrin Contemporary’s gallery at 1315 MASS MoCA Way in North Adams, opening February 13 and continuing through April 17, 2016. The show... Read More