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Nov 28, 2020

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Bill Brouillard. He came to clay in the 1970’s and has had a variety of positions including being a resident artist at the Penland School and teaching for many decades at the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA). In our interview we talk about the value of team teaching, which he did with Judith Salomon at CIA for over thirty years, and his most recent body of work relating our faith in technology to a secular religion. To see examples of his work, visit the show notes at

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