April 2011 • Table of Contents

Focus: Summer Workshops

It seems almost comical that just one person telling me what he thought would be a good idea changed my mind about starting a new section of the magazine, but that’s exactly what happened with Clay Culture. —Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Front: Seated Woman, by Kensuke Yamada, 2008. Rear: Light Cistern, constructed of small wooden pallets that the sewer tile and brick used to be stacked on in the brick factory, by Nicholas Bonner, 1992; installed in the historical tile factory drying shed at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Helena, Montana. Photo: Nelson Guda.

In This Issue

Techno File: Four Ways to Red
by Dave Finkelnburg
Clay Culture: From Center to Edge, the Archie Bray Foundation at 60
Clay Culture: Back to Basics
Clay Culture: Learning with Wood
Clay Culture: A Blog Worth Reading
Studio Visit: Guillermo Cuellar, Shafer, Minnesota
Local Clay
by David Peters
My Own Backyard
by Robert Balaban
Big Creek Pottery
by Karen Thuesen Massaro
Glaze: Roadside Glazes
by John Britt
Spotlight: A Tale of Adventure
by Rebecca Harvey


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