American Ceramics is a distinguished art magazine founded to enhance the preservation of the rich heritage of ceramics and to document contemporary developments in the field. Introducing today’s most promising talent, the magazine at the same time chronicles the achievements of the early pioneers who transformed ceramics into a genuine art form.

Earning a gold metal from the Society of Publication Designers for its classically elegant yet modern design, American Ceramics reads as well as it looks, with articles written by recognized critics, curators and writers such as Janet Koplos, Peter Plagens, Robert Morgan, Donald Kuspit, David McFadden, Cynthia Nadelman, Arthur Danto and John Perreault.

Ronald Kuchta, the editor of American Ceramics, is one of the most notable authorities on ceramics worldwide. For nearly two decades, he served as the director of the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York. Kuchta is also a curator and writer whose articles have appeared in magazines, books and catalogs throughout the world.

Harry Dennis is the founding publisher of American Ceramics. Educated in the United States and Sweden, he has worked for the U.S. State Department in Asia, Latin America and Europe. In addition to his work in the print media, Dennis currently is preparing to launch the Art Catalog Index, a digital search program for libraries.

American Ceramics will no doubt remain on your bookshelf long after other magazines have been discarded and forgotten. Celebrating its third decade of publishing, the magazine has become the benchmark of ceramic art publishing.