May 5, 2016

The current issue on "Sustainability" features an article by Jane Herold, who has been making wheel-thrown, wood-fired dinnerware and other pottery for over thirty years in Palisades, New York. Jane was... Read More

May 5, 2016

The Daily Hampshire Gazette recently published an excellent article and short video (see below) on the Massachusetts-based collaborative Pots On Wheels! (POW!) and their recent visit to the R.K. Finn... Read More

May 5, 2016

The following dialogue is excerpted from a charming interview with Ben & Jerry’s co-founder, Ben Cohen, that originally appeared in Vol. 18, No. 2, June 1990... Read More

Apr 25, 2016

Studio Potter welcomes writing on "Women" for our Winter/Spring 2017 issue. Over Twenty-five years have passed since SP dedicated an entire issue to women working in ceramics. Much has changed, and we think its time to revisit historical perspectives and engage in a contemporary dialog on the... Read More

Apr 21, 2016

The idea that art produced in response to fashion trends is somehow unworthy of respect doesn’t hold water for me. Art history, broadly viewed, is a history of fashion, and vice versa.  The two are not mutually exclusive, as they borrow from each other all the time. An obvious example is Yves... Read More

Apr 21, 2016

Suzanne Staubach's article "It's All in Your Head" from Volume 42, Number 2, 2014 is now available online!

In the context of an issue on "Tangible/Intangible," Staubach grapples with how the internet has changed the... Read More

Apr 21, 2016

Hey, we're on a roll!  We've just added another online article (as different from the page-turning PDF versions) to our archive.  "Artstream 2.0" by Camila Friedman-Gerlicz from Vol. 43, No... Read More

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