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Serena Korda packing up 'Missing Time' for the Baltic exhibition. Photo: Chris Egon Searle
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A Q&A with… Serena Korda, artist working with ceramics and sound

Serena Korda has for the last two years been based in Newcastle as the Norma Lipman/Baltic Fellow in Ceramic Sculpture at Newcastle University, culminating in a show at Baltic, Gateshead. Laura Robertson talks to her about this and her current exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield, exploring how she draws on local myths and rites for her ceramic and sound pieces.

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Screen Printing & Ceramic Surface | Part 4

Firing and Exhibition The firing of the work made with the help of a bursary from a-n The Artists Information Company took place in August 2017. A small selection of pieces would end up as part of a ceramics exhibition […]

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Professional Development Award: The Conclusion

The workshop experience I had with Vicky Shaw has left me with a lot of  new areas to explore and ideas to develop. I’m indebted to The Artists Information Company for giving me this chance to step back from my […]

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Professional Development Award: The Progression

My second three day session concentrated on integrating the screen printed, leather hard plaques into the hybrid cast and thrown vessels for which I’m known. The bottom of my vessels pieces are cast in a mould, so now I began […]

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Professional Development Award: The Start

Vicky works from her studio near Stoke-on-Trent and it was there that I first met her and her husband John, also a well known potter. Her studio was lovely, a good light workspace which gave me ideas and inspiration on […]

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Professional Development Award: The Overview

As a result of being awarded a professional development bursary from The Artists Information Company, I was able to explore the possibilities of screen printing directly onto unfired and fired clay. This bursary was to give me the opportunity to […]

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Screen Printing & Ceramic Surface | Part 1

Screen Printing Process I have been using the screen printing process in a crude way for a couple of years to put designs onto my tile work but up until now I had very little understanding of how the actual […]

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Screen Printing & Ceramic Surface | Part 3

Ceramic Screen Printing The final part of the project which has been funded with a bursary from a-n The Artists Information Company involved using the knowledge and techniques learnt at Hot Bed Press to create my own ceramic screen prints. […]

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Screen Printing & Ceramic Surface | Part 2

Further courses in screen printing As part of my a-n artist information company bursary I returned to Hot Bed Press in early June and again in July to attend two more screen printing courses. The first was the ‘Screen Printed […]

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FRESH 2017, British Ceramics Biennial 2017. Photo: Joel Fildes. Courtesy: British Ceramics Biennial
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“Almost respectable”: the resurgence of ceramics

Recent years have seen a renewed interest in clay as many contemporary artists embrace the medium in their work. As the British Ceramics Biennial continues in Stoke and Tate Modern hosts Ceramics Factory, Pippa Koszerek talks about its renewed appeal with the biennial’s artistic director and artists Clare Twomey and Jesse Wine.

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A studio blog for Sculptor currently studying Ceramics and Glass

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