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Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
The Ceramics Program provides a creative studio environment for the Harvard, greater Boston, and international communities. We offer courses and workshops in expansive, well-equipped facility.
Ceramic History Tutorials by Victor Bryant
Ancient pots are valuable tools for any clay artist. Historical information - forgotten techniques astonishing decoration.  How glazes originated,  firing techniques developed.
Global Ceramic Restoration
Complete invisible repair of damaged pottery and ceramic items. Chips and missing segments replaced, cracks repaired, colour and glaze matched to original standards.
An online magazine for woodfirers.
Studio Pottery
Bringing together information on British studio ceramics for collectors, potters and galleries.

















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