• Ceramic sculpture of animals and birds

      James, Jeremy; University of Derby (2016)
      This show will feature a major new body of work by Jeremy James. Included for the first time are his linocuts of wildlife alongside his much loved ceramic sculpture. His subject matter ranges from all kinds of birds to animals such as hares, otters and meerkats. Jeremy divides his time between teaching and continuing to make and show work with many galleries nationally and internationally.
    • Derbyshire and pottery

      White, Christine; University of Derby (Ruthin Craft Centre, 2014)
      When the opportunity arose for our research team in ceramics to put together some short essay for this catalogue we were certain of one thing: we needed to be able to express a range of opinion and approaches to Emmanuel Cooper's work. What was most important to us was that for his work as a potter was the centre of our thinking and from that we would attempt to present a snapshot of his curiosity with life that informed his work as a maker.
    • Embodying the landscape

      Blackie, Sebastian; University of Derby (The Australian Ceramics Association, 2017-04)
    • Emmanuel Cooper OBE 1938-2012

      White, Christine; University of Derby (Ruthin Craft Centre, 2014)
      Dr Emmanuel Cooper OBE (HonDFA) 1938–2012 was a distinguished craftsman, writer, teacher and broadcaster. A potter of international standing, his work is represented in many public collections. The author of nearly thirty books, he was editor of Ceramic Review, visiting Professor at London’s Royal College of Art, and a regular broadcaster on television and radio. He was awarded an OBE in 2002 for services to art. Emmanuel’s contribution to the world of ceramics was hugely significant. This will be celebrated with a touring exhibition of his ceramics and a publication looking at his life in pots – produced by Ruthin Craft Centre in collaboration with the University of Derby.
    • The thoughtful potter and the politics of pots

      White, Christine; University of Derby (Ruthin Craft Centre, 2014)
      Dr Emmanuel Cooper OBE (HonDFA) 1938–2012 was a distinguished craftsman, writer, teacher and broadcaster. A potter of international standing, his work is represented in many public collections. The author of nearly thirty books, he was editor of Ceramic Review, visiting Professor at London’s Royal College of Art, and a regular broadcaster on television and radio. He was awarded an OBE in 2002 for services to art. Emmanuel’s contribution to the world of ceramics was hugely significant. This will be celebrated with a touring exhibition of his ceramics and a publication looking at his life in pots – produced by Ruthin Craft Centre in collaboration with the University of Derby.