Ceramics Now is a leading art publication specializing in contemporary ceramics. With contributors worldwide, Ceramics Now has been showcasing the vibrancy and diversity of contemporary ceramic art since 2010.
Over 35,000 people read Ceramics Now monthly. The digital publication provides artist profiles, articles, interviews, essays, exhibition announcements, and other resources for ceramic artists, educators, and enthusiasts. By encouraging connections and dialogue within the ceramics community, we strive to facilitate a deeper understanding and appreciation for ceramic art.
In the past, we published Ceramics Now Magazine, a journal that invited us to think about the various facets of contemporary ceramics and its creators.
Now, we are proud to publish Ceramics Now Weekly, a leading newsletter that delivers engaging content, artist features, and the latest developments in the world of ceramics. Over 50% of our readers are from the US, 25% are from the EU, and 15% are from the UK.
Ceramics Now is a member of the International Academy of Ceramics (AIC-IAC) since 2023.
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