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It was a very vibrant time. There were many potters coming along, the Harrow Studio Pottery course was producing potters; art schools were producing potters... and there wasn’t really a ceramic magazine. So it needed some vehicle for communication to which people could contribute and respond.
Emmanuel Cooper and Eileen Lewenstein in the Ceramic Review office. 1970s
Typing the first edition on a manual typewriter - 1970
The first issue of Ceramic Review - February 1970
The 100th edition of Ceramic Review - August 1986
Emmanuel Cooper on the cover to mark his retirement after 40 years as
editor - September 2010
Emmanuel on the cover to mark his retirement after 40 years as editor - September 2010
Emmanuel Cooper and Eileen Lewenstein on cover of 300th edition of Ceramic Review - November 2019
Directory of CPA members edited by Emmanuel Cooper & Eileen Lewenstein. 1972. Another 12 editions between 1974 - 2008
Edited by Emmanuel Cooper and Eileen Lewenstein. 1977. Another four editions between 1978 – 2001
Edited by Robert Fournier. 1990
Emmanuel Cooper edited revised second edition in 2006.
Julia Pitts – Deputy Editor of Ceramic Review from 1997 when Emmanuel Cooper became sole editor.
Ceramic Review Office
Emmanuel Cooper in the Ceramic Review office receiving the Ceramic Arts Foundation International Award in 2001.
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