Ceramics Now Newsletter - Nr. 2, May 2011

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It features interviews with world-recognized ceramic artists like Carol Gouthro as Artist of the month, Margrieta Jeltema as Ceramic Technique, Shane Porter as Recognized artist and Wim Borst as New artist.

Submissions for Ceramics Now Magazine are free of charge. If you are a ceramic artist, all you have to do is send us an email at ceramicsmagazine[at]gmail.com with your details, plus 20 images of your work.

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Submissions are open - Ceramics Now Magazine

Because we received a lot of good feedback in the last month (we really thank you for your messages and support), we are now opening submissions for Ceramics Now Magazine.

If you are a ceramic artist/ potter, you can now submit your work to Ceramics Now Magazine via email at ceramicsmagazine[at]gmail.com. We need your C.V. (resume), your statement and at least 15 images with your works (minimum 700px wide). Here you can see a list of our featured artists.

Also, if you have articles you need to publish or an event to promote, feel free to contact us. Submissions are free of charge.

Plus, we’ve updated the about us page, and now you can read a few details about our first printed issue (confirmed artists), and about the team behind Ceramics Now Magazine.

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7 Billion, National Geographic Magazine

With the worldwide population expected to exceed seven billion in 2011, National Geographic magazine offers a 7-part series examining specific challenges and solutions to the issues we face. The magazine introduces the series with its January cover story “7 Billion”, offering a broad overview of demographic trends that got us to today and will impact us all tomorrow.