Coll Minogue, potter and Co-Author of The Log Book, will be documenting and discussing the careers and work of five case studies, who worked in the UK, Australia, USA, Canada, and France, during a ninety year period, from 1923 to 2013.
Coll Minogue has been a professional potter since 1982, having previously taught ceramics at third level, and has worked in Australia and New Zealand as well as in the UK. Coll has had articles published in ceramics journals including Ceramics Art and Perception, Ceramics Technical, Pottery in Australia and Ceramic Review. Her first book, Impressed and Incised Ceramics was published in 1996 by A & C Black, with the second edition published in 2002 and a German edition in 2004. In 2001 Coll co-curated the exhibition 'Impressed and Incised Ceramics' at Aberdeen Museum and Art Gallery, Aberdeen, Scotland. During the 3rd World Ceramic Biennale 2005 Korea, she was one of 14 participants in the International Workshop on Wood-fired Kilns held at the Joseon Royal Kiln Museum in Gwangju. In 2007 Coll participated in the 2nd Foshan International Woodfire Conference, China. In 2008 her third book Slab-built Ceramics was published by The Crowood Press.
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This event is sponsored by: Hood College Clay Club.