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How to make a Ceramic Colander

One of the things that happens when you focus too much on pottery is that you only make cups and  bowls and vases… you forget…

Michael Casson – The Craft of the Potter – Throwing

Michael Casson was one of the pioneers in the renaissance of studio pottery in the post-war period, a greatly respected and a charismatic teacher and…

Isaac Button – Country Potter

Isaac Button was the last true English country potter. In a day, he could turn a ton of clay into pots. When timed he threw…

How to roll a foot on a bowl and cup

A short video demonstrating a super simple way to “roll” a foot on to a small bowl and a cup, instead of turning it. Have…

Coil building in Gakoigo pottery village

I love two things about this video: 1) The clay they are using looks exceptional; a coarse and plastic body, which they handle very wet.…

Traditional Handicrafts of Jingdezhen

Feel the magnificent craftsmanship of traditional Jingdezhen porcelain. From the harvesting of Kaolin clay, purification, molding, outlining, painting, glazing to the building and firing in…

Ronald Pothier : Making a Stoneware Teapot

How teapots are made on a throwing wheel. Pottery made from Stoneware clay.Ronald Pothier is a potter from Quebec. Watch as he transforms a hunk…

Making Ceramic Texture Rollers Stamps

When it comes to texturing clay there are so many different ways to do it – one of the best ways to create your own…

How to kintsukuroi – Kintsugi, Japanese gold repair

Kintsukuroi (Kintsugi) : What is kintsugi? How can you use kintsugi to repair your broken pottery? What do you need to do Kintsugi? Find out here 🙂

Whichford Pottery: How we make our pots

An introduction to Whichford Pottery with Jim Keeling. Look around the garden at Whichford Pottery and see how they make their handmade terracotta pots. It…

Making a Japanese Teapot

Teapots are a very traditional thing. They signify patience, sophistication and a deep amount of culture. One of the reasons is because teapots are simply so damn hard…

pingu pottery

Pingu, Peppa Pig, and Pottery

Pingu Pottery – The Animated Series about Pingu How do you start to teach kids about the joys of pottery? Well, the people at Pingu…

Ceramic 3D Printers

3D Printing has been around for a couple of years now… but it has only been used with plastic filament. Well things are about to…

Alexandra Engelfriet Ceramic Artist

The camera observes closely how Alexandra Engelfriet molds pieces of clay into an object of art. The sounds and images of her working closely with…

Ceramics for Beginners: Wheel Throwing – Throwing a Bowl

Throwing on the wheel can be very hard work when starting out. In fact, lots of potters say that the first 10,000 bowls you throw…

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