Project manager Elza Jaszczuk swapped her soul-sapping desk job for soft clay and a pottery wheel.
A group show in London responds to a ceramics exhibit staged at the Whitney Museum in 1981.
Schmooley wants to be the Allen Ginsberg of pottery but it just isn't happening.
Meet Ayumi Horie, the Maine potter creating slow activism with handmade crafts.
Rachel Sussman’s ‘Sidewalk Kintsukuroi’ series brings a traditional Japanese art practice to the streets.
New York-based artist Greg Haberny's practice is on fire (literally).
Turning tea cups into stalagmites and toadstools is the calling card of artist Takuro Kuwata.
According to a cuneiform tablet, which is being called “the world’s oldest known payslip,” workers opted for rations of beer five millennia ago.
How object conservators return fractured ceramic shards to their original glory.
Artist Aneta Regel builds nature from fired and re-fired clay.
Back in 2006, Jordan Colón opened a restaurant called Eat in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He did so until he underwent one of the most novel chef transitions we have ever heard of. He become a potter.