American Ceramic Society
Serves the informational, educational, and professional needs of the global ceramics community.
Ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia
Smithsonian research collections in the Freer Gallery and Sackler Gallery by Materials, Place, and Time.
Features hundreds of articles on ceramics, a gallery of a few hundred ceramic artists' work, and a catalog of links to well more than a thousand web sites covering a vast array of topics on ceramics.
Pacific Asia Museum; Although many sites cover only porcelain wares, the Pacific Asia Museum site covers a broader span of ceramics types, critical to understanding the full impact of the Chinese ceramics trade on world economics, style, and culture. Downloading images is strictly forbidden and the user must accept the terms before entering the site.
Clay Art Web Guide
Catalog of more than 1,500 Web sites on ceramics. Divided into 50 categories listing topics from art associations to virtual galleries and workshops.
Medieval Pottery Research Group
Pottery from the end of the Roman period to the 16th century.
Smithsonian Institute Encyclopedia - Art and Design
Search in the left side bar to find Online Exhibits and extensive bibliographies or Reading Lists. Example Reading List:
Women Artists of the American West: Pottery by American Indian Women
Earlham College • 801 National Road West • Richmond, Indiana 47374-4095