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Articles from Ceramics Technical (May 1, 2008)

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A 2 m tall cactus spotted on streets of Newcastle: Helen Hopcroft interviewed Sarah Symons and discovered how she makes her large-scale forms. Hopcroft, Helen Interview 1655
A Conversation in Byzantine Thrace: Mary Seyfarth puts many kinds of conversations into form and material. Seyfarth, Mary 790
A practical and educational synthesis of cobalt carbonate: Chris Garcia and David Kammler have experimented with cobalt carbonate and discovered a cost efficient alternative. Garcia, Chris; Kammler, David 2289
Alfred/CAFA ceramic design for industry in China: Wayne Higby writes on the establishment of a cooperative educational exchange program in China. Higby, Wayne 1360
Australasia in Shaanxi: Grace Cochrane was present at the opening of a new ceramics museum in Fuping, China. Cochrane, Grace 2718
Back to basics: Kai Vaarandi focuses on the form and colour techniques of Annika Teder. Vaarandi, Kai 1023
Bas-relief tableaux: Dennis Meiners writes about Maria Simon and her status as an artist. Meiners, Dennis 1456
Breaking the Islamic mould: Juliet Highet writes on Carolinda Tolstoy's lustre ceramics. Highet, Juliet 2166
Burnished vessels: Ian Garrett hand-burnishes vessels and explains his methods and sources of inspitation. Garrett, Ian 1730
Catching spirits: Patricia Ganase has been following Bunty O'Connor's work for more than 20 years. Ganase, Patricia 1010
Communally-made high-fired architecture: Jon Davies writes on Ximena Elgueda and Steven Ward's large-scale ceramic installations. Davies, Jon 1732
Damaged goods: Steve Harrison compares the perfect with imperfection. Harrison, Steve 2374
Glamorous angelic portraits: Gilda Oliver has been making clay tile murals. Oliver, Gilda 731
Gravity-defying architectural earth forms: Glory Ann West writes on the organic work of Donald Sutherland. West, Glory Ann 1152
Hamada Shoji on making teabowls: Victoria Oyama has translated Hamada Shoji's essay on making a set of 77 teabowls to commemorate his 77th birthday. Oyama, Victoria 1263
Kitchen table ceramics: Sarah Smarsh discusses trends toward less formal, more intimate art symposiums--such as the ambitious ceramics event held in Lawrence, Kansas, in 2007. Smarsh, Sarah 1499
Paperclay research from Turkey: Kaan and Cigdem Canduran researched paper-added clays for use at various firing temperatures. Canduran, Kaan; Canduran, Cigdem 1132
Philip Pugh: Cragman Ceramist: Frank Hamer investigates this Welsh potter's work. Hamer, Frank 938
Simple creations: Petrus Spronk searches for a simple way of working with ceramics. Spronk, Petrus 779
Thai stoneware of the 14th to 16th centuries: Glen R. Brown has researched 14-16th century stoneware production in Thailand. Brown, Glen R. 2324
The beauty of Joseon Dynasty crafts: Victoria Oyama has translated Shinzo Ogyu's essay on the beginnings of Mingei. Oyama, Victoria 1424
The Ishtar Gate: Leo King has researched this artistically decorated monument. King, Leo 1066
Tradition and traditions: the International Ceramics Festival, Aberystwyth, 2007: Moira Vincentelli attended the International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth and reports here. Vincentelli, Moira 1892
Translucency as an aesthetic expression in ceramic art: A. Feyza Cakir Ozgundogdu in the midst of light and dark. Ozgundogdu, A. Feyza Cakir 1547
Vietnamese blue & white stonewares of the 14th-16th centuries: Glen R. Brown discusses the early trading of stoneware through the islands of Southeast Asia. Brown, Glen R. 2424

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