Dec 22, 2020
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Natania Hume. She is a potter and educator who splits time between teaching at a private school in Massachusetts and making pots in her studio in Vermont. In our interview we talk about selling small batch wholesale ceramics through home stores, looking for subtleties of color and form within minimalism, and using daily rituals to find work/life balance. To see examples of her work visit www.slow-studio.com.
Hey Red Clay Rambler fans, it’s been a wild year, and I want to thank you for spending your time with me, listening to world-class artists speak about their lives and creativity. It’s an honor to do this work, and I appreciate you choosing to listen week in and week out. As we wrap up 2020, I need your help funding future episodes. I’m not on a major network like NPR or Gimlet. I am a one-man operation, and I depend on the support of my listeners to keep the show going. I know this year has been tough for many folks, so for our Fall Fund Drive I’m keeping my request simple. I ask that if you are able, you commit four dollars a month to the show. That’s only a dollar an episode to keep you inspired and connected to the greater ceramic community. I’ve got big plans for 2021 and your support now can help make those plans a reality.
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