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Teapot, Jingdezhen, China, 1672–1722, porcelain, Famille verte enamel decoration, W15.5 x H12 cm

Contents July/August 2020

9-10 News Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics, ceramic art and pottery

12–17 Wild cards CR’s Annie Le Santo speaks to artistic duo Vicky Lindo and Bill Brookes to learn more about the creative journey behind their award-winning ceramics

19–20 Gallery CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramics exhibitions

22–24 Always time for teapots Colin Martin visits Gallivanting Teapots at Musée Ariana to reveal the history behind the pot that serves the nation’s favourite hot drink

26–28 Potters on pots Delfina Emmanuel shares the influence that the Italian Renaissance sculptures of the Della Robbia family have had on her own decorative pieces

30–35 The power of nature Japanese potter Shozo Michikawa discusses his ceramic journey and unusual making process with Isabella Smith

37–40 Ceramic potential Holly Gibbs explores a new process created by The Ceramicists, which turns fine clay into a frothy cloud

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42–43 Digital world of clay From social media challenges to interactive workshops, the clay community has stayed connected during lockdown

44 #CREmerging highlights We pick our favourite ceramists from CR’s popular Instagram hashtag used by emerging makers globally

46–50 On first name terms Kimberley Chandler and Stephen Knott discover the story behind John Oldham and Terry Bacon’s ceramics collection, kindly bequeathed to The Hepworth Wakefield

52–58 Drawing on experience Ysanne Brooks learns more about the life and work of ceramist and Spitting Image puppet-maker Roger Law

60–61 Reader survey 2020 We invite you to share your thoughts on Ceramic Review

62–65 One to watch CR spoke to Midlands-based emerging maker Katie Lowe about her colour gradient slip-cast vessels

66–73 Masterclass special Revisit the pit-firing and raku processes of Jane White and Stephen Murfitt with this step-by-step technical special

74 Glaze recipe Anne-Marie Jacobs reveals the transparent turquoise glaze she uses to represent her aqueous surroundings

78 Curator’s choice Collections curator Helen Ritchie chooses her favourite item from the ceramics held at The Fitzwilliam Museum to

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