Ikuko Iwamoto’s ceramic works are influenced by the microscopic world. She aims to bring its organic chaos, intensity, intricacy and fragility to the things we use every day without losing their function.
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University of Westminster’s BA in ceramics is set to close in 2013, with no further recruitment.
The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), launched on 1 December 2008 and directed by A FINE LINE partners Barney Hare Duke and Jeremy Theophilus, is a major initiative to create a programme of events and activities and a showcase Biennial event in Stoke-on-Trent to take place in October/November of 2009, 2011 and 2013.
Organised by University of Westminster research fellow Clare Twomey to coincide with London Design Week, September’s one-day symposium Collaboration: Artist and Industry held at The Building Centre, London offered international and UK perspectives on artists in residence within the ceramics industry.
Penny Jones profiles Clare Twomey, who makes large-scale ceramic installations for galleries and museums often in collaboration with the UK ceramics industry.
The Craft Potters Association is fifty years old this year.
Kerry Harker, Narcissist, T-shirt with vinyl lettering, unlimited edition multiple. Photo: Cathal Carey
Grayson Perry on exhibiting in The Raw and the Cooked.
Nina Edge on her portfolio career.
Back in 1980 I left Wolverhampton Poly with a BA in ceramics.
London, Winchester, Poole, St Malo, Nantes, Dijon, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Frankfurt.
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1997 with an MA in ceramics, I have been practising as a ceramic designer and producer.
Fairly fresh out of college I received a bursary through the Crafts Council’s Next Move scheme.
Hannah Wingrave gives an overview of a conference that brought together a range of artists, academics and critics and formed part of North Devon Ceramic Events 2002.
In his opening speech at the International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth, Garth Clark, owner of the Garth Clark Gallery in New York, remarked on the way potters tend to “herd together” not, he emphasised, like distracted lemmings, but like caribou, moving with a purpose towards their goal.
Gareth Mason reports on a two-day event organised by Taslim Martin within his residency at South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell that explored how the skills of studio practice can be applied to public-sited work.