ceramics Archive

Five Ceramics Instructors in “Strictly Functional”

On view now in Lancaster, PA, the 2015 “Strictly Functional” is the 23rd edition of the big, annual juried exhibit. Read more →

A “Tabletop” Roundtable: Function in Ceramics

As beautiful as they are, these objects aren't (just) for looking at — they're also meant to be used. Read more →

Blair Meerfeld’s Free Stoneware Talk Saturday

Blair Meerfeld, a ceramics instructor and department chair at The Art League, is giving a talk this Saturday at the Alexandria Archaeology Museum. Read more →

“Tabletop” Ceramics Terms, Explained

Every piece in the "Tabletop" exhibit starts with clay. If you look at the tags under "medium," though, you'll see a lot of more detailed terms. Read more →

Intimate & Accessible: A Tabletop Ceramics Q&A

We asked the potters of "Tabletop" to tell us why they make these functional forms — here's what they had to say. Read more →

Previewing “Tabletop”

Tony Clennell juried this exhibit of ceramic art that's at home on a table. Plates, pitchers, cups of all kinds, and more have arrived at The Art League from ceramics artists across the U.S. and Canada in time for the exhibit opening on June 4. Read more →