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

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features interviews with culture makers from around the world. For more information please visit our website www.talesofaredclayrambler.com.

info_outline 286: Diane Charnov on shifting from political speech writing to art criticism 05/24/2019
info_outline 285: Chip Clawson on the history of the Archie Bray Foundation 05/15/2019
info_outline 284: Perry Haas on embracing the challenge of a new body of work 05/10/2019
info_outline 283: David Peters on working with Montana’s raw ceramic materials 05/08/2019
info_outline 282: Steven Young Lee on his recent exhibition at the Portland Art Museum 05/03/2019
info_outline 281: Giselle Hicks on a personal search for beauty 05/01/2019
info_outline 280: Scott Barnim on his forty-year career in clay and his passion for reduced luster ceramics 04/26/2019
info_outline 279: Hamilton Potters Guild members talk about trends in ceramics and how the rising cost of housing affects potters 04/23/2019
info_outline 278: Paul Briggs on the intersection of spirituality, creativity and social justice 04/19/2019
info_outline 277: Kate Fisher talks with Mikey Walsh about being both an artist and a mother 04/17/2019
info_outline 276: Kate Fisher on motherhood, making and endurance sports 04/16/2019
info_outline 275: Live from CWU: Residency Reflections with Amanda Salov, Iva Haas, Seth Charles, and Amanda Bury 04/13/2019
info_outline 274: Stuart Gair, Kyle Johns, and Kelly Stevenson on pushing yourself to take aesthetic risks in the studio 03/27/2019
info_outline 273: Richard James, Kelsey Duncan and Iva Haas on how a creative practice can shift the maker’s world view 03/22/2019
info_outline 272: Jessica Brandl, Yoonjee Kwak and Christina Erives on creating narrative art based on family history 03/21/2019
info_outline 271: Brenda Quinn on the blending of architecture and floral elements in her work 03/14/2019
info_outline 270: Matt Wedel on keeping up with the speed of his imagination 03/12/2019
info_outline 269: Linda Christianson on modern pyromantics 03/09/2019
info_outline 268: Learning to wood fire through apprenticeships and residencies with Dupont, Johnstone, Parady, Tagseth, and Wilson. 03/07/2019
info_outline 267: The state of wood firing education with John Neely, Matthew Blakely, Pascal Geoffroy, Sandy Lockwood, and Linda Lid 03/05/2019
info_outline 266: Applied aesthetics with Denny Gerwin, Linda Christianson, Shirobey Kobayashi, Trevor Dunn, and Neil Hoffman 03/01/2019
info_outline 265: Daniel Lafferty on intuitive kiln building and the squinch arch 03/01/2019
info_outline 264: Hideo Mabuchi on vital materiality and the science behind reduction cooled reds 02/21/2019
info_outline 263: Catherine White on the seeds of ideas 02/19/2019
info_outline 262: International wood firing extravaganza with Lindsay Oesterritter, Nancy Fuller, Robin Dupont, Zac Chalmers, Tristan Chambaud-Heraud, Shikamaru Takeshita, John Neely and Linda Lid 02/13/2019
info_outline 261: Scott Ross on ram casting solid clay sculpture 02/08/2019
info_outline 260: John Neely on the development of the Train Kiln 02/05/2019
info_outline 259: George McCauley on low temperature wood firing 02/01/2019
info_outline 258: Sandy Lockwood on collaborating with uncertainty 01/29/2019
info_outline 257: Josh Deweese on the history of wood firing in Montana 01/23/2019
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