February 2017 • Table of Contents

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Thinking of change, or at least the changing landscape for artists and how they approach finding markets and exposure for their work, is a dance that is performed on countless stages, each offering the promise of success for artists and the objects created in their studios. But for members of Objective Clay, a group of individuals working to maintain and expand a different model for how ceramic artists are represented, or better still, represent themselves and sustain a successful career making utilitarian objects in clay, this dance is being met with new ideas and challenges as they turn to one another for advice, encouragement, and vision. Read More

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