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

By Ben Carter

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

  1. 1.
    379: Channing and Leah Smithson on Vessel: Art as a Doorway
    54:39
  2. 2.
    378: Canada Week: Brendan Tang on his Joss paper sculptures
    1:06:59
  3. 3.
    377: Canada Week: Kaitlyn Brennan talks about ceramic education in Canada
    1:02:00
  4. 4.
    376: Canada Week: Julie Moon on trusting the creative process
    49:14
  5. 5.
    375: Canada Week: Magdolene Dykstra on her raw clay sculptures
    59:37
  6. 6.
    374: Canada Week: Martina Lantin on her passion for terracotta
    55:51
  7. 7.
    373: Amy Smith on essentializing the figure for visual impact
    1:06:39
  8. 8.
    372: Adrienne Eliades on using a die cutter for pattern making
    1:10:42
  1. 9.
    371: Janet Koplos on criticism and What Makes a Potter
    1:05:54
  2. 10.
    370: Ryan Wilson Kelly on using humor as an entry point for narrative sculpture
    1:00:48
  3. 11.
    369: Cassils on the body as both material and tool in performance art
    48:59
  4. 12.
    368: Paul Greenhalgh on how ceramics shaped civilization
    1:04:12
  5. 13.
    367: Juan Barroso on using pointillism to tell immigration stories
    50:46
  6. 14.
    366: Wendy Gers on curatorial activism
    1:08:37
  7. 15.
    365: Mark Shapiro on 19th-century potter Thomas Commeraw
    1:10:39
  8. 16.
    364: Natalia Arbelaez on activating ceramics through performance
    54:52
  9. 17.
    363: Brett Kern on drawing from pop culture nostalgia to create his sculptures
    1:13:56
  10. 18.
    362: Masa Sasaki on making a living as a potter
    48:30
  11. 19.
    361: In Tribute: Christine McHorse on her evolution from traditional Pueblo pottery to sculpture
    57:08
  12. 20.
    360: Jessica Putnam Phillips on using art to personalize military experience
    1:04:33
  13. 21.
    359. Mandy Kolahi on guiding an inclusive community studio through a pandemic
    50:30
  14. 22.
    358. Larissa Warren on the Wild Women and Wild Clay of Tamborine Mountain
    55:58
  15. 23.
    357: Jason Sandy on Mudlarking the Thames River
    1:02:04
  16. 24.
    356: Deb Schwartzkopf on her book Creative Pottery
    46:25
  17. 25.
    355: Kate Roberts on the ephemeral nature of her sculpture
    1:00:11
  18. 26.
    354: George Rodriguez on sculpture, personal identity, and community building
    59:54
  19. 27.
    353: Fall Fund Drive: Natania Hume on selling small batch wholesale through home stores
    59:33
  20. 28.
    352: Fall Fund Drive: Marty Gross on the Mingei Film Archive
    1:14:08
  21. 29.
    351: Fall Fund Drive: The Studio Potter goes digital as it approaches fifty years of storytelling
    1:12:57
  22. 30.
    350: Fall Fund Drive: Bill Brouillard on our reverence for technology
    1:10:41
  23. 31.
    349: Angelik Vizcarrondo-Laboy on increasing the visibility of artists of color
    52:54
  24. 32.
    348: Graham Taylor on heritage pottery and experimental archeology
    1:01:21
  25. 33.
    347: Jennifer Ling Datchuk on understanding identity and womanhood
    1:11:05
  26. 34.
    346: Bob Batchelor on the rise, fall and rebirth of Rookwood Pottery
    1:08:32
  27. 35.
    345: Audra Doughty on adapting community-based education to the COVID era
    59:55
  28. 36.
    344: Lindsay Montgomery on the subversive nature of her Maiolica ceramics
    56:11
  29. 37.
    343: Celebrate Clay Week 2020 with Walter Ostrom on the conceptual potential of pottery
    51:07
  30. 38.
    342: Ann Carrington on upcycling found objects to create sculpture
    57:26
  31. 39.
    341: Jamie Bates Slone on using the figure to represent mental states
    1:09:12
  32. 40.
    340: Sara Truman on building relationships and increasing student investment in a high school ceramic program
    59:46
  33. 41.
    339: Sharif Bey on the power of art to sustain and connect communities
    1:13:29
  34. 42.
    338: Guillermo Cuellar on Mingei and the challenge of restarting his pottery in a new country
    1:03:00
  35. 43.
    337: Mike Cinelli on using color triads from comic books to create visual punch
    1:03:33
  36. 44.
    336: Diana Benavidez on the art and politics of her piñatas
    1:06:22
  37. 45.
    335: Christy S. Coleman on the role museums play in shaping public understanding of history
    1:09:36
  38. 46.
    334: Betty Turbo on digital illustration and using humor to carry a message
    1:03:23
  39. 47.
    333: Ashleigh Christelis on integrating self-care into a creative life
    51:54
  40. 48.
    332: Mitchell Spain on addressing environmentalism through satirical imagery
    1:06:11
  41. 49.
    331: Carleigh Queenth on the quest for porcelain in 18th-century Europe
    54:31
  42. 50.
    330: Adam Chau on digital calligraphy and the paradox of the anonymous selfie
    1:04:47

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