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.
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.
Childhood memories of making pottery
Bruno Vinel, Ceramics Today editor, shares his childhood memories of making pottery.
Pottery brings meditation to a joyful activity
Bruno Vinel, Ceramics Today editor, shares how pottery helped him develop his artistic side and improved his well-being.
The Sundragon Clay Pack Project
Throughout the summer and autumn 2020, 125 people in Warwickshire, UK, were offered the opportunity to explore their creative side with clay.