|Title||Beyond the Studio|
The model of studio ceramics dominated contemporary ceramics in the 20th-century. For the most part, the terms might be considered inter-changeable. By its definition studio ceramics maintains two key positions; firstly, that that the site of production is a studio – usually that of the individual artist/ potter, and secondly that the outcome of this is a fired ceramic vessel or object, that may then leave the studio as a commodity.
|Conference||Re-Stating Clay Conference|
|Accepted author manuscript|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.centreofceramicart.org.uk/studio-ceramics-subject-specialist-network/conference-2018/|