Tell Us What You Think

We have a lot of ideas, but we are really curious to know what YOU want from Studio Potter, especially now that we have the accessibility and flexibility offered by our digital platform.

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* 1. What do you think is the most appropriate length for an online article?

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* 2. Do you think hyperlinks accentuate or distract from cohesive storytelling? Note: a hyperlink takes the user to another location or file, typically activated by clicking on a highlighted word or image on the screen.

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* 3. Do you think the addition of video inserts would accentuate or detract from the written narratives you have come to expect from Studio Potter?

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* 4. What topic would you most like to see Studio Potter share on our social media channels?

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Events from ceramic history
Current events in contemporary ceramics (exhibitions, tours, symposiums, etc.)
Current events in contemporary craft  (exhibitions, tours, symposiums, etc.)
Technological advancements
Featured articles from the Studio Potter archives
Notices about new publications relevant to the field?
Writing Tip Tuesday
Artist Calls

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* 5. Would you be interested in craft-based fiction? 

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* 6. How interested are you in topics that cross boundaries? For example: fields outside of craft that impact or inform craft, prosthetic eagle beaks or or space shuttle shields, politics, gender identity, other craft media, etc. 

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* 7. Name a writer you would be interested in reading and, when possible, be specific about the topic you would like them to tackle in an essay. Try to think about the conversation or debate you think is most relevant to the advancement of the field.

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* 8. How often do you read online articles?

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* 9. What are the most important issues in the field of ceramics relevant to your own experience?

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