Nov 5, 2020
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Jennifer Ling Datchuk. She was raised in a bicultural household and makes sculpture, installation, and performance art that address identity and womanhood. In our interview we talk about the role hair and self-objectification play in her performance art, working in Jingdezhen, and how her understanding of identity changes through art making. She is based in San Antonio, TX, where she teaches at the Southwest School of Art. To find out more about Jennifer visit www.jenniferlingdatchuk.com.
On today’s Amaco Community Corkboard we have the EQCLAY20 Scholarships at Sonoma Community Center. The Equity in Clay Scholarships have been generously co-sponsored by AMACO Brent and provide a reduced $5 registration fee to the Virtual Ceramic Surface Series for those who self-identify as an underrepresented or marginalized individual. To receive the discount, BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ participants simply register for the workshop of their choice, using the code EQCLAY20. For more information or to register visit www.sonomacommunitycenter.org/surface-series-2020/