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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features weekly interviews with ceramic artists from around the world. Host Ben Carter talks with potters, sculptors, and designers about their creative practice. www.talesofaredclayrambler.com

Tracks

380: Sarah Pike on touching clay with clarity and intent 57:49 06/18/2021
379: Channing and Leah Smithson on Vessel: Art as a Doorway 54:40 06/12/2021
378: Canada Week: Brendan Tang on his Joss paper sculptures 67:00 05/28/2021
377: Canada Week: Kaitlyn Brennan talks about ceramic education in Canada 62:01 05/27/2021
376: Canada Week: Julie Moon on trusting the creative process 49:15 05/26/2021
375: Canada Week: Magdolene Dykstra on her raw clay sculptures 59:38 05/25/2021
374: Canada Week: Martina Lantin on her passion for terracotta 55:52 05/24/2021
373: Amy Smith on essentializing the figure for visual impact 66:40 05/20/2021
372: Adrienne Eliades on using a die cutter for pattern making 70:43 05/15/2021
371: Janet Koplos on criticism and What Makes a Potter 65:55 04/30/2021
370: Ryan Wilson Kelly on using humor as an entry point for narrative sculpture 60:49 04/23/2021
369: Cassils on the body as both material and tool in performance art 49:00 04/15/2021
368: Paul Greenhalgh on how ceramics shaped civilization 64:13 04/08/2021
367: Juan Barroso on using pointillism to tell immigration stories 50:47 04/01/2021
366: Wendy Gers on curatorial activism 68:38 03/25/2021
365: Mark Shapiro on 19th-century potter Thomas Commeraw 70:40 03/17/2021
364: Natalia Arbelaez on activating ceramics through performance 54:53 03/11/2021
363: Brett Kern on drawing from pop culture nostalgia to create his sculptures 73:57 03/04/2021
362: Masa Sasaki on making a living as a potter 48:31 02/24/2021
361: In Tribute: Christine McHorse on her evolution from traditional Pueblo pottery to sculpture 57:09 02/21/2021
360: Jessica Putnam Phillips on using art to personalize military experience 64:34 02/19/2021
359. Mandy Kolahi on guiding an inclusive community studio through a pandemic 50:31 02/11/2021
358. Larissa Warren on the Wild Women and Wild Clay of Tamborine Mountain 55:59 02/05/2021
357: Jason Sandy on Mudlarking the Thames River 62:05 01/29/2021
356: Deb Schwartzkopf on her book Creative Pottery 46:26 01/23/2021
355: Kate Roberts on the ephemeral nature of her sculpture 60:12 01/14/2021
354: George Rodriguez on sculpture, personal identity, and community building 59:55 01/08/2021
353: Fall Fund Drive: Natania Hume on selling small batch wholesale through home stores 59:34 12/22/2020
352: Fall Fund Drive: Marty Gross on the Mingei Film Archive 74:09 12/17/2020
351: Fall Fund Drive: The Studio Potter goes digital as it approaches fifty years of storytelling 72:58 12/10/2020