Books and Catalogues

2012 Back to the Land: Ceramics from Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands 1970-1985
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
2008 Builders of the Pacific Coast
Lloyd Kahn. Shelter Publications, Inc., Bolinas, California.
2007 Artists in their Studios: Where Art is Born
Robert Amos. TouchWood Editions.
2004 Thrown: Influences and Intentions of West Coast Ceramics
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver
 1989 Masters of the Crafts: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-86
Canadian Museum of Civilization

Television and Film

2006 Glimpses of Heaven
Feature length documentary about transforming childhood trauma into a spur for creativity
Directed by Michael Oved Dayan
2004 Ink
A collaboration with dancer and choreographer, Andrea Nann.
1984 Arts Profile Series on CBC television program, Seeing It Our Way.
1983 Appears in Artspots, a CBC television program featuring winners of the Saidye Bronfman Award.
1980 CBC television program, Wayne Ngan: Island Potter. Produced by Nancy Riley and written/narrated by Doris Shadbolt. Part of the series, Three West Coast Artists – Toni Onley, Gordon Smith and Wayne Ngan.

Articles and Reviews

2015 5 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York: Wayne Ngan and John Riepenhoff, and More
Scott Indrisek, Blouinartinfo, Sept. 14
2015 Linda Yablonsky around New York fall openings
Linda Yablonsky, Artforum, Sept. 14
2015 The Invisible Social Traces of Objects: Wayne Ngan’s Ceramic Vessels
Joni Low, The Capilano Review, Winter, Issue 3.25
2014 Contemporary ceramics in British Columbia
Debra Sloan, Ceramics Now Magazine, Issue 3
2013 Dancer Andrea Nann looks back for new INK
Janet Smith, Georgia Straight, Jul. 23
2012 Back to the Land
John Luna, Focus, Oct. issueIslands noted for plethora of fine pottery
Robert Amos, Times Colonist, Victoria, Oct. 20Thrown: British Columbia’s Apprentices of Bernard Leach and Their Contemporaries by Scott Watson
Maria Tippett, BC Studies, Autumn
2011 ‘Thrown’: respect for the ordinary pot. BC once had a thriving pottery scene, emblematic of ’60s counterculture. What happened?
Adele Weder, The Tyee, Aug. 11
2010 Exhibition: Vancouver Collects
Dianna Waggoner, Potters Guild of BC Newsletter, Mar. issue
2004 Ceramic Art Holds More Than Water
Robin Laurence, The Georgia Straight, Feb. 19
1998 A Potter’s Alchemy
Lynne Milnes, Gardens West, Sep. issue
1989 Masters of the Craft
Laura Langston, Beautiful British Columbia, Winter 1991
1985 Wayne Ngan
Western Living, Jul. issue
1981 The Power Behind the Thrown
The Globe and Mail review
1979 Canada’s Wayne Ngan
Ceramics Monthly, Sep. issue