Articles

Cover, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1991
Contemplating the status of women in the craft world, particularly ceramics, impels one to encourage a strong stand in all areas in which women are striving for equal rights and status with men.
Cover, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1991
I thank the many women whose insights and experiences contributed to this issue of Studio Potter. I hope it conveys the strength, the complexity, and the variety of their lives in clay. Many opinions were solicited, and this issue does not much represent them as sample them.
Cover, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1991
We frequently discuss aesthetics as if they arose, pure and disconnected, from moral principle. As practicing artists, however, we know that is not the case.
Cover, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1991
The crime of feminism is candor: women speaking out to represent themselves in a culture in which to be feminine is to be silent, demure, undemanding, to be the object not the subject, to be the passive not the active.
A conversation with Catharine Hiersoux, Nancy Selvin and Coille Hooven, compiled by Charlotte Speight.