So this isn’t going to be an in-depth blog entry, as I spent the time I should have been doing that on sitting down and planning. You see things might be changing at the pottery soon and there will be
You may remember my post on Saggars and some of my results. I really want to talk a bit more how these wobbly pots are made.
For the uninitiated, I should explain what a Saggar is, it is a big piece of pottery that smaller pottery is sealed in. Traditionally this was done in Stoke on Trent to protect the pottery from the coal fire that
This week marks to start of the BBC’s Great British Pottery Throw Down, and from the pottery community there has been a mixed response as expected. Personally I am feeling more upbeat about the program.
This is an extract from a talk first given at the Material Matters Seminar at Manchester Metropolitan University on 10th December 2014. It was presented with the following Svend Bayer YouTube video in the playing Background. It was originally published