September 2010 • Table of Contents

Focus: College Clay

Responsibility is to power what hard work is to talent; the latter falls short without the former. It is perhaps a bit early to know whether or not those included in this year's Undergraduate Showcase have learned this lesson—but we think their chances are good.

On the cover: Granary Jar, 16 in. (41 cm) in height, porcelain with inlaid cobalt pigment, by Steven Young Lee, Helena, Montana.

In This Issue

Raised In Clay
by Hannah Marshall
From West to East and Back Again:
The Ceramics of Steven Young Lee
MFA Factor: Virginia Commonwealth University
The New World of Crystalline Glazes
by Diane Creber
Glenn C. Nelson, 1913–2010
Studio Visit: Cynthia Giachetti, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Undergraduate Showcase 2010

Haakon Lenzi, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University
Mariko Brown, Kansas City Art Institute
Mary McKenzie, Sheridan College of Technology & Advanced Learning
Sean Larson, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Eric Wolever, Kansas City Art Institute
Adam Gruetzmacher, University of Wisconsin-Stout


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