Ceramic Review Issue 276 November/December 2015  £10.10

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Our round-up of key stories from the ceramics world

Interpreting the cup



Charlotte Dew visited 'Many a Slip', curated by Alison Britton, and enjoyed the 'provocative' interpretations of the humble vessel

Master of clay



Thomas Bohle uses clay, water, glass, metal oxides and fire to create the double-walled thrown pieces for which he has gained an international following. Andy Christian explores his powerful work

Lights, action...clay!



The BBC's 'Great Pottery Throw Down' has come together with the help of potters Kevin Millward and Rich Miller. They tell CR how it was done




Ceramic shows to see this November-December

The potter's blog



Meet Tim Lake, whose use of social media helps generate sales and forge connections for his work

A sense of touch



Based in Harrogate, Anna Whitehouse is fascinated by the tactile experience her pieces can offer. Alex McErlain visits her studio to learn more about her making

Re-infusing the essence



To produce the best contemporary work, says potter Jacob Bodilly, we grow from learning how past makers realised the highest standards. The spirit in which they were made is something that can be infused into pieces created today

A guiding hand



Caroline Wheater meets three potters who have benefitted from the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust

A sanctuary of colour



Chatsworth House provides the backdrop to an exceptional ceramic sculpture - Sandy Brown's vibrant temple of clay

'It's not shopping'



The tale of one surprising, soon to be sold, collection of studio pottery

An eye for clay



We meet Reverend Richard Coles - priest, BBC presenter and ceramics collector

The potter from the Nile



The life, times and making of ceramist Siddig El Nigoumi




In the studio with ceramic artist Susan Nemeth

The learning curve



Two young potters describe the start of their careers

Auction eye



Philip Smith, of Mallams auction house in Oxford, sees a chance in the standing of contemporary ceramics within the world of fine art

Curse or cure?



Gabrielle Hoad reviews 'Curse or Cure?' at Chelsea Physic Garden

From our archive



Rediscovered images of Eileen Lewenstein and her work