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FRONT COVER:The Log Book issue 83

Issue 83
Published August 2020
Contents

Experiments with Shino Elena Renker
The Mingei Film Archive Project Susan Jefferies and Marty Gross
The Mingei Film Archive Project - Reviewed Robert Sanderson
A 1964 Conversation with Bernard Leach Frederick Olsen
Taxile Doat's Kiln - 1898
Evolution of Cycles After Fifty Years Geoff Crispin
Edinbane Pottery Isle of Skye Stuart Whatley

Front Cover: Detail of Shino Jar by Elena Renker. Photograph: Courtesy of Elena Renker.