Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast

This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I delve into the relationship between food, objects, and memory. The episode features fifteen short interviews with a mixture of artists, curators, and collectors. All participants were asked, "What is your favorite food, and how would you like it to be served?" Their responses, both hilarious and sincere, show how eating rituals are foundational to building relationships with family and friends. The interviews were taped as part of the ArtKamp residency at Project Art in Cummington, MA. 

Direct download: LIAEPFoodObjectMemoryFull_Podcast_edited.mp3
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This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Mary Barringer and Elenor Wilson. Although both are accomplished ceramic artists our interview is focused on their tenures as editor for the The Studio Potter journal. Established in 1972 The Studio Potter has had an active role in documenting and shaping the American pottery scene. 

 
In the interview we talk about the history of the journal, balancing editorial duties with an artistic life, and the impact digital media has had on The Studio Potter. For more information, or to subscribe to the journal, please visit www.studiopotter.org. 
Direct download: BLAAUWStudioPotterFullPodcastEdited.mp3
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This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a live episode focused on craft and the museum with Ethan Lasser and Ezra Shales. We discuss the need for touch-friendly learning in museums, the role of craft in Boston's history, and the methods museums use to create meaning through the presentation of objects. This episode was taped in front of a live studio audience at Harvard Ceramics in Alston, MA.

Direct download: KCUPLiveatHarvardReEditedFullPodcast.mp3
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This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a panel on educational philosophy and workshop teaching featuring Lisa Naples, Kate Maury, and Adam Field. The discussion covers a broad range of topics including the role of criticism in education, vulnerability in teaching, and what qualities make for a perfect ceramic workshop. 

 

Lisa Naples makes pottery and narrative figures from her barn/studio in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. She has lectured and given workshops around the U.S. and Australia. For more information please visit www.lisanaples.comKate Maury is a studio artist at the Northern Clay Center and teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Kate Maury’s work is featured in both juried and invitational shows at regional, national, and international venues. For more information please visit www.katemaury.comAdam Field is a studio potter and long-term resident artist at The Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. He created the “HIDE-N-SEEKAH” social media event and has created a well known series of YouTube videos that are a resource within the clay community. For more information please visit www.adamfieldpottery.com.

 

Direct download: BLAAUWWorkshopPanelFullPodcastReEdited.mp3
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