September 2009 • Table of Contents

Focus: College Clay

The versatile nature of clay encourages a broad range of practice, but we would be remiss if we did not acknowledge the instructors who encourage students to find their own voice in clay, without favoring a specific technique or stylistic approach. This month we are looking at the results of these educational efforts in colleges and universities.

On the cover: Lidded sugar bowl, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, thrown and altered porcelain, soda fired to cone 10, 2008, by Lorna Meaden, Durango, Colorado.



In This Issue

2009 Undergraduate Showcase
Barbara Banfield, Matthew Bright, Melanie Blood, Brenda Danbrook, Timo Fahler, Deborah Freeman, Julie Malen, Mai Maruo, Angee Verzani-Dorcey, Travis Winters
2009 NCECA Regional Student Juried Exhibition
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MFA Factor: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
More is More: Lorna Meaden
by Stephanie Lanter
monthly methods A Very Fine Line by Lorna Meaden
Otto Heino, 1915-2009
by Don Pilcher
Down to Earth: Joseph Pintz’s Hand-Hewn Pots
by Casey Ruble
monthly methods Hand-Hewn Pottery by Joseph Pintz
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