Pottery can be a powerful form of expression for visually impaired persons. Pottery really lends itself to someone who is blind or has a severe sight loss with its tactile nature and its form said Allan Mabert.
Author: Bruno Vinel
Fragment Found, an archive of printed pottery sherds
Fragment Found is a new online archive of printed pottery sherds that invites people to submit their finds and share knowledge, as well as the joy of collecting!
In conversation with Russell Paige
Ceramics Today interviewed Russell Paige, a promising young potter based in Worcester, UK.
Interview of Florence Corbi
Ceramics Today interviewed Florence Corbi a French established porcelain sculptor and ceramicist, with a career spanning over 15 years and more than 50 exhibitions under her belt. She talked about her recent participation to Maison and Object trade show in Paris, her sources of inspiration, how she started pottery and what are her next objectives.
Fayoum Pottery School created by Evelyne Porret
Ceramics Today shared the incredible story of Evelyne Porret, a Swiss ceramicist, who founded 30 years ago a pottery school in the oasis of Fayoun in Egypt.
Raku firing is a funny and exciting experience
Bruno Vinel, Ceramics Today editor, shares his experience attending a Raku firing workshop.
Interview of Hanna Salomonsson – Oknytt Ceramics
Ceramics Today interviewed Hanna Salomonsson, the founder of Oknytt Ceramics, who talked about how she started pottery and her sources of inspiration.
How to find a pottery firing service near you
Mike McManus, founder of Kiln Share, shares his experience of searching for a kiln to fire his pottery pieces and the options available.
How to prepare your pottery pieces for firing
Discover Ceramics Today’s editor advise how to make pottery pieces, decorate and prepare them for a successful firing.
Learn how to make a planter with our editor
Bruno Vinel, Ceramics Today editor, demonstrate how to make a planter with minimal materials and tools. Learn how to make a planter using the technique of pinching a pot. It’s fun and easy to do.
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