Sep 23, 2016

The apprenticeship model is a time honored tradition in the clay world. Many look to the apprentices of Cardew, and Leach and Hamada as torch bearers. It’s easy to romanticize this ancient method of transferring knowledge and skill: the aging master in the twilight of his career and his devoted... Read More

Aug 19, 2016

Studio Potter is having its first ever site-wide sale! Here's the deals:

All available print back issues are 40% off. All shop items except partner discounted memberships (Artaxis and American Craft) are 20% off, and an additional 20% for members. All Pots-for-Membership are 20% off... Read More
Aug 19, 2016

In the next couple months there are some great things happening in our community. Here's what's on:

9-11 Sept. | American Pottery Festival

Northern Clay Center announces American Pottery Festival 2016, their 18th annual fundraising benefit and celebration of the art of... Read More

Aug 18, 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... Read More

Aug 18, 2016

This 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... Read More

Jul 20, 2016

We (myself, designer Zoe Pappenheimer, and our proofreaders) have been working our tails off putting the final touches on the upcoming print issue.  We are excited to send the files off to the printer today, which means that barring any hurricanes on the East Coast, you... Read More

Jul 19, 2016

Karen Karnes died on July 12th, 2016. We lovingly send our condolences to her partner, Ann Stannard, and her dearest friends, family, students, fellow potters, and admirers. In her 91 years, she profoundly influenced much of (and, I would say, all of) the ceramics, crafts, and art communities... Read More

Jul 18, 2016

This weekend is the 10th annual Hilltown 6 pottery tour. Founded by six nationally recognized potters who call the hill towns of Western Massachusetts home, the tour has grown to include nine distinguished potters as well as many guest artists. SP editor... Read More

Jul 6, 2016

This weekend you can find the entire SP staff at the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts for their annual Salad Days festival! We will be out of the office, taking a road trip up to the midcoast of Maine to catch up with... Read More

Jun 21, 2016

This week we made public the very first article from the Studio Potter archive. The article tells the story of colonial potter Daniel Clark and his diary, in which he documented his daily life. Setting a tone for the journal that still resonates today, SP founding editor, Gerry Williams, writes... Read More

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