Tag: American Ceramic Society
A new type of ultra-high temperature ceramics may help us travel five times faster than the speed of sound. … Read More
If you’ve seen anything I have made in the last several years, you know that I’m a little bit obsessed … Read More
Love it or hate it, trimming pottery (sometimes called pottery turning) can transform a weighty Earth-bound pot into one that … Read More
Ceramic pigments, often referred to as ceramic stains, have vastly opened up the color possibilities for potters. And as we … Read More
Environmentally-friendly method of manufacturing ceramics may reduce companies carbon footprint, and render kilns obsolete for some applications and products.
The way … Read More
Earlier this year, American Ceramic Society (ACerS) member Richard Laine, a professor of materials science and engineering at the University … Read More
Nichrome wire, steel rods, mesh, copper and steel wire, nails, tacks, and recycled metals have all been added to clay … Read More
1 Installation view, grid-wall display in the “Steeped in History” section of the exhibition.
The exhibition, “Honoring the Past, Embracing the … Read More
1 Evaporative cooling airflow diagram.
The system that serves as inspiration for Emerging Objects’ Cool Brick 3-D printed ceramic brick isn’t … Read More