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Sponsorship / What is Ceramics Now?

Ceramics Now is the world leading website in contemporary ceramics, with more than 61000 visits per month and 46000 followers on Tumblr. Built as an open online art platform specialized in contemporary ceramics, Ceramics Now publishes profiles, interviews and reviews of new and world-renowned ceramic artists, and provides information on contemporary ceramic art exhibitions and events.

We are proud to have collaborated with almost 100 featured artists at 60+ interviews and with 50+ partners at over 100 exhibitions and events.

How about the magazine?

Ceramics Now Magazine is published 10 times per year in digital format, and 2 times per year in printed format. The majority of our readership consists in educated individuals aged between 27-46 years old. Almost all of them are working in the arts field (self-employed artists, galleries, academic, small companies, etc.).

Readership: USA - 37%, Europe - 25%, UK - 12%, Australia - 7%, Other - 19%.

How to sponsor Ceramics Now?

Ceramics Now website:
1. Sponsored article (exhibitions and events):
- Press release, image and image attribution, 3 links: article visible on top of the Exhibitions page for a month (2 spots available).
2. Banners - Buy Now (Use Promo Code HAPPY2YEARS to get 20% off. Limited availability.)
- 125 x 125px button banner visible on the whole website (left sidebar).
- 250 x 250px banner visible on posts and static pages (right sidebar).
3. E-Announcement / Newsletter
- 560 x 210px banner + text (title: 60 characters, description: 350 characters) + 3 links.

Ceramics Now Magazine:
Advertising opportunities for the printed and digital issues of Ceramics Now Magazine are limited to 4 pages/issue.

* We can provide invoices for every sale. For any type of requests, p
lease contact Vasi Hirdo, Editor, at vasi@ceramicsnow.org

PS.
Today we are celebrating 2 years of existence! Happy second birthday to us! Thank you so much for your support. Click here for a giveaway!

The primary email address of our Editor-in-Chief, vasi@vasihirdo.com, hasn’t been working well in the last days (Domain Registrar problem). Please resend or forward your emails to vasi@ceramicsnow.org

Thank you!

Message from the editor

Dear readers and friends of Ceramics Now,

Thank you all for your messages and emails, and please accept our apologies for the inactivity you’ve witnessed in the last weeks. We haven’t been able to update the website or to answer your emails in the last month because we got incredibly busy with exams, finals and projects - all of them due to finish at the end of July.

As you may know, the makers of this amazing project are either students or very young artists, including me. For this reason, we ask you to be patient and wait for our answer. All the emails will be promptly answered as soon as we finish with all this turmoil. For immediate answer, please call +40 748 311 663 (10 AM - 10 PM, CET).

Again, please accept our apologies and stay close! We’ll be back soon with Issue Two, new artists, interviews, reviews and much, much more time to do them all. In the meantime, read our great past interviews and have a look at our featured artists’ work.

Thank you.

Yours,
Vasi Hîrdo

Editor and founder of Ceramics Now Magazine
20.06.2012

Many thanks to our 10.000+ followers. You’re all great!

Ceramics Now hits 10.000 followers

We send you our deepest appreciations for following us so closely. You are all great! Don’t forget to also like our Facebook page, and to read more about us, our team, magazine, featured ceramic artists list and partners!

Also, please welcome Ileana Surducan , our new member of the team! Ileana holds a Master’s Degree in Ceramics and is currently a freelance illustration artist interested in the fields of children’s book illustration, comics, character design, and also ceramics.

Soon - news about Ceramics Now - Issue nr. 2 (Spring 2012). Pre-order or subscribe (view other offers).

Thank you!

Are you ready for the first printed issue of Ceramics Now Magazine, what are your expectations?

Pre-orders will be available later this day on our website. The first issue will be published in November 2011, and will be delivered to your home at the end of November or beginning of December. It will also be available at selected stores in USA and UK.

The magazine will be a trimestrial publication (four times a year - Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn), and will cost 15$ USD plus shipping costs.

Confirmed artists so far: Carole Epp, Carol Gouthro, Roxanne Jackson, Claire Muckian, Arthur Gonzalez, Cynthia Lahti, Shane Porter, Liza Riddle, Antonella Cimatti, Blaine Avery, John Shirley, Margrieta Jeltema, Connie Norman, Jim Kraft, Shamai Gibsh, Mark Goudy, Ian Shelly, Ian F. Thomas, Patrick Colhoun, Wim Borst, Chang Hyun Bang.

Interviews with the exhibiting artists at the Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition: Gwen F. Chanzit, Katie Caron and Martha Russo, John Roloff, Clare Twomey, Paul Sacaridiz, Linda Sormin, Del Harrow, Benjamin DeMott, Mia Mulvey.

+ Our September newsletter will be sent tomorrow to our subscribers. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.

September Newsletter, Ceramics Now Magazine

September Newsletter, Ceramics Now Magazine

Our newsletter is coming later this month with amazing interviews. Claire Muckian is our Artist of the Month and talks about her career as a young ceramic artist, Simcha Even-Chen is our Recognized Artist and Shamai Gibsh talks about Ceramic Technique. Plus the New Artist we are proposing every month (name to be revealed soon).

Subscribe here to be the first to receive the interviews.

+++ A special feature on Japanese artists, with many interviews and images is coming in early October!

+++ Soon you will be able to pre-order the first printed issue of Ceramics Now Magazine (November)!

Our newsletter will come back in September with great interviews, and with a special feature on Japanese artists

We haven’t forgotten you or our monthly newsletter, but as you may know, on August (and January) everyone is on holiday.

Our monthly newsletter will come back in mid-September with great interviews (including our Artist of the month special), and again at the end of September with a special feature on Japanese artists.

Subscribe here to our newsletter: www.ceramicsnow.org/newsletter

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Overthrown: Clay Without Limits, on view until September 18

The Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition at the Denver Art Museum is on view until September 18, 2011.

"The scale of the space has pushed all the artists to think big, both physically and conceptually. The exhibition, technically demonstrates the inventive use of such an ancient material, while raising contemporary issues. The works in the exhibition challenge traditional notions of “objectness”, providing a depth of content, and creating a diverse dialogue." Katie Caron

Location: Anschutz Gallery, Level Two, Hamilton Building / Denver Art Museum

→ View images from the exhibition (in High Quality) - /Overthrown
→ Read interviews we’ve made with some of the exhibiting artists -  /Overthrown_Interviews

Interview with Gwen F. Chanzit - The curator of the exhibition.
Interview with Katie Caron and Martha Russo
Interview with John Roloff
Interview with Clare Twomey
Interview with Paul Sacaridiz
Interview with Linda Sormin
Interview with Del Harrow
Interview with Mia Mulvey
Interview with Benjamin DeMott

* The Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition will have an extended feature in the first printed issue of Ceramics Now Magazine (November 2011).

Ceramics Now Magazine Newsletter - Special feature: Overthrown

Special feature for the Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition, July 2011 - http://eepurl.com/eTpMo

The feature includes interviews with some of the exhibiting artists plus images from the exhibition. The Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition is on view June 11 through September 18, 2011 and is part of Marvelous Mud: Clay Around the World, which includes eight exhibitions, live artist demonstrations, and hands-on programming. For details on individual exhibitions, see listings here.

Interview with Gwen F. Chanzit - The curator of the exhibition.
Interview with Katie Caron and Martha Russo
Interview with John Roloff
Interview with Clare Twomey
Interview with Paul Sacaridiz
Interview with Linda Sormin
Interview with Del Harrow
Interview with Mia Mulvey
Interview with Benjamin DeMott
Interview with Marie T. Hermann (will be published at the end of July)

/Overthrown - Images from the exhibition (in High Quality).
/Overthrown_Interviews - Interviews with 10 of the exhibiting artists.
/tagged/nameofthe_artist (ex: /Clare_Twomey) - Images with the works of the artist you’re looking for.

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Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition feature

This month we’re making a special feature for the Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition, which is on view June 11 through September 18, 2011 at the Denver Art Museum.

It’s the first feature made by Ceramics Now Magazine, and includes images from the Overthrown exhibition and interviews with 10 of the exhibiting artists, plus with the curator of the exhibition. At the end of July, we will also send a special newsletter. Subscribe here to our monthly newsletter.

NAVIGATION (HOW TO):

About Overthrown - About the Overthrown feature on Ceramics Now Magazine
/Overthrown - Images from the exhibition (in High Quality).
/Overthrown_Interviews - Interviews with 10 of the exhibiting artists.
/nameofthe_artist (ex: /Linda_Sormin) - Images with the works of the artist you’re looking for.

Interviews (many will be published at the end of July):

Gwen F. Chanzit - The curator of the exhibition.