January 2012 • Table of Contents

Focus: Professional Opportunities

As we head into the 60th volume year of Ceramics Monthly, we look back at what was, realize how far we have traveled, and look forward to what will undoubtedly be an exciting year in studio ceramics. —Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Ewer and stand, 14 in. (36 cm) in height, porcelain with incised
decoration and stain inlay, with glazes, fired in an electric kiln to
cone 7, 2011, by Shawn Spangler,  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.



In This Issue

Clay Culture: Buncheong Ceramics
by Jessica Knapp
Clay Culture: Fiesta Ware Fiesta
by Holly Goring
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Clay Culture: One Cup a Day
by Sherman Hall
Studio Visit: Ken Shenstone
Albion, Michigan
Shawn Spangler: Variations on Simplicity
by Glen R. Brown
Everything Flows: International Ceramic Symposium Römhild by Jörg M. Unger
Sandy Vitarelli
by Lynn Young and Jennifer Owen
Residency Reflections
by Frank Saliani, Sara Ransford, and Martina Lantin
Ceramic Dance: The Works of Gayle Singer by Tony Merino
Ceramics Annual of America
by Ilena Finocchi
Techno File: High and Low
by Dave Finkelnburg
Spotlight: Eyes on the Prize
by Sophie Milne

Departments

Letters
Exposure
Tips and Tools
Residencies and Fellowships 2012
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