Jul 14, 2023
Today on the show we have the first in a two-part interview with renowned ceramic artist and educator Linda Sikora. We talk about growing up in Canada, her path to being a potter, and how the concepts of service, storage, and display shaped her recent exhibition Darkening Ground at Ferrin Contemporary. Linda has been teaching at Alfred University since 1997 and has been an integral part of educating a generation of artists at the institution. To find out more visit www.lindasikora.com.
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