Feb 5, 2022
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have the first in a series of interviews about parenting. For the series I invited artist couples to talk with each other about finding balance between creative work and life as a parent. Today’s interview features Jen Allen and Shoji Satake. The couple are based in Morgantown, WV where they are studio artists and teachers at West Virginia University. For more information visit www.jenniferallenceramics.com or www.shojisatake.com.
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