Feb 14, 2020
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Sam Harvey. He came to Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley to take a workshop at Anderson Ranch in the mid 1990’s, which began a long relationship that continues to this day including time as a studio coordinator, a board member, and an instructor. His studio practice includes pinched vessels that are decorated with geometric shapes and works on paper. In addition to his studio practice he has been a gallery director for more than a decade and has been instrumental in promoting ceramics in the Aspen, CO area. In our interview we talk about his relationship with Betty Woodman, surviving in the competitive Aspen art market, and what artists should focus on in order to have a successful career in ceramics. For information on Sam visit www.harveypreston.com/
On today’s AMACO Community Corkboard, Objective Clay is sponsoring two fully funded one-week scholarships for the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gaitlinburg, TN. The scholarships cover full tuition for a one-week workshop, lodging, meals, and a $300 stipend for travel or materials. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is midnight on February 15th, so apply today. For more information visit www.objectiveclay.com/scholarship.
The Tales of the Red Clay Rambler is made possible in part by STARworks, host of the 2020 WoodFire NC International Conference. The conference will kick off May 21st with two pre-conference events happening simultaneously in Asheville and Seagrove, where visiting artists will load and fire a variety of wood firing kilns. The main conference runs from May 28th to May 31st, 2020 at STARworks in Star, NC and features artists from around the world discussing the future of wood fired ceramics. For more information please visit www.WoodFireNC.com.