September 2012 • Table of Contents

Focus: Back to Work, Back to School

If you told someone it took you months to get that mug right, they may look at you as if they thought you were inept, and they might wonder why you would waste so much time at something you are clearly not very good at. Except that’s exactly how we get good, isn’t it? —Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Kristen Kieffer’s small covered jars, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, wheel-thrown and altered porcelain with slip-trailed, slip-sponged, and underglaze decoration, fired to cone 7 in oxidation, 2012.

In This Issue

Clay Culture: Ceramic Water Filters
Clay Culture: A New/Classic Spin
by Cristy Bertini
Clay Culture: Wedgwoodn’t
by Holly Goring
Studio Visit: Justin Teilhet Yellow Springs, Ohio
Kristen Kieffer: The Impact of Daily Elegance by Lauren Karle
Threads of Inspiration: Etched Clay by Debra Oliva
Undergraduate Showcase
Exhibition Review: NCECA 2012 National Student Juried Exhibition
by Tony Merino
Exhibition Review: Tranquility and Understatement: Young-jae Lee
by Paul McAllister
Exhibition Review: Offerings: Ani Kasten
by Andrea Marquis
Techno File: Boron in Glazes
by Matt Katz
Spotlight: History Lesson
by Michelle Erickson


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