From my hands to your home.
Coffee Buzz: Making a Pour Over Coffee Dripper
Ever wanted to learn how to combine and connect wheel-thrown parts to make more complex forms? In this virtual workshop, we’ll build a pour over coffee dripper using the potters wheel. As our guide we will be using the popular Hario pour over, and we will create a high quality coffee dripper that includes a flange, a small handle, and interior ridges using slip trailing.
Kaabo Clay Collective is a mutual aid network for Black ceramicists.
Members of the collective have generated $6,000 to fund an award for a Black ceramicist of any skill level and educational background who demonstrates need and a commitment to the field. Click the link below for the award application and a growing directory of Black ceramicists worldwide.
Bang Heads, Spin Clay
"If a throughline exists between her punk rock and ceramics, it’s in the way she fully immerses herself in the history and lore of each medium to embody the ethos with integrity and authenticity."
-Andrew Fabian for SRQ Magazine
Glazes for Red Clay
Glazing is one of the final steps in creating a functional ceramic object. The glassy coating lies on top of the clay giving it both durability and decoration. I make all of my own glazes from scratch using recipes I have found or have been given. It can be hard to find nice, bright glazes that work well with red clay and other darker clay bodies, so recently, I started sharing cone 6 glaze recipes I've used with various red stoneware clay bodies on my Glazy.org profile.
Anti-Hunger Foundation for Niger Delta
AHFND implements grassroots solutions to the hunger crisis in Nigeria by erecting programs that ensure the most vulnerable in communities across the Niger Delta have food to eat. Pottery by Osa holds monthly social media fundraisers to assist in this mission.