Welcome to Claypedia
A community based online encyclopedia for the field of Ceramic Arts. The focus of Claypedia will be a resource to learn about terms and definitions commonly used in ceramics, including raw materials, tools, and equipment.
Furthermore Claypedia could also be used as a ceramic art history resource, covering important artists, as well as geographical regions, and specific movements.
The power of this Wiki is that when someone enters a word, in a post in the Claystation Community Forum, if it is defined here, it will AUTOMATICALLY create a link to the definition posted in this Wiki.
Much of the information can be copied and pasted from Wikipedia, yes that is legal, but it needs to be cited and edited specifically with the Ceramic Arts Audience in mind. Can you help create this resource? Yes you can!
Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.