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188: Simon Levin on understanding the dynamics of wood firingAug 11, 2017 Listen
187: Red Star Resident panel extravaganza with Olsen, Daniels, Iyoda, Connell and LinJul 15, 2017 Listen
186: Jessica Brandl on the influence of Gothic novels and dark humorJul 06, 2017 Listen
185: Tyler Lotz on the circular nature of creativityJun 24, 2017 Listen
184: Birdie Boone on the emotional impact of colorJun 18, 2017 Listen
183: Live story telling from Kansas City!Jun 09, 2017 Listen
182: Forrest Middelton, Arash Shirinbab, and Raeshma Razvi on their collaboration “To Contain and To Serve”Jun 02, 2017 Listen
181: Vicki Grima and Stephen Creech on increasing ceramic outreach through national open studio eventsMay 13, 2017 Listen
180: Thor Thoreson on Marguerite Widenhain’s Pond Farm SchoolMay 06, 2017 Listen
179: Live from NCECA- Omnus Terra panel with Garson, Fahey, Wedd and BlumApr 28, 2017 Listen
178: Graham Marks on his transition from ceramics to acupunctureApr 20, 2017 Listen
177: Double episode: Matt Metz on mining the subconscious to develop personal iconography and Brian Jones on the relaunch of the JonescastMar 21, 2017 Listen
176: Shoko Teruyama on developing rich patterns for earthenware potteryMar 17, 2017 Listen
175: Bill Carty on teaching artists to think like ceramic engineersMar 09, 2017 Listen
174: The graduate school experience with Brown, Newman-Wise and LeeMar 04, 2017 Listen
173: Andrea Gill on challenging students to dig deeperFeb 24, 2017 Listen
172: Wally Higgins on teaching at Alfred University and his time as a Tuskegee Airmen – Special guest Roberto LugoFeb 17, 2017 Listen
171: Bryan Hopkins on deconstructing the porcelain vesselFeb 10, 2017 Listen
170: Jane Shellenbarger on ego-free teachingFeb 04, 2017 Listen
169: Laurie and Peter Pincus on developing complex mold systemsJan 27, 2017 Listen
168: Liz Quackenbush on maturing as an educator and an artistJan 20, 2017 Listen
167: Oesterritter, Peltzman, Allen and Schwartzkopf on Objective ClayJan 13, 2017 Listen
166: Margaret Bohls on hand building meaningful potteryJan 12, 2017 Listen
165: Louise Rosenfield on building a ceramic collectionJan 11, 2017 Listen
164: Joy Tanner and Will Baker on setting up a studioJan 10, 2017 Listen
163: Bill Griffith and Peter Beasecker on Utilitarian ClayJan 09, 2017 Listen
162: Live from Flower City with Metz, Briscoe, Finnegan and AerniDec 21, 2016 Listen
161: Patti Warashina on sculpting the human figure Dec 10, 2016 Listen
160: Carol Gouthro on her fascination with the microscopic worldDec 01, 2016 Listen
159: Deb Schwartzkopf on cultivating the perfect studio environmentNov 03, 2016 Listen
158: Brodeur, Helenske, and Howard on Pottery Northwest's residency programOct 27, 2016 Listen
157: James Lobb and Wally Bivins talk about the history of Pottery NorthwestOct 27, 2016 Listen
156: Mark Del Vecchio on building a collector base for a galleryOct 14, 2016 Listen
155: Virgil Ortiz on reinterpreting the Pueblo RevoltSep 29, 2016 Listen
154: Christine McHorse on her evolution from traditional Pueblo pottery to sculptureSep 15, 2016 Listen
153: Field, Celani and Taylor talk about building community through PeriscopeSep 07, 2016 Listen
152: Garth Clark and Justin Crowe talk about trends in ceramic art and designSep 01, 2016 Listen
151: Justin Crowe on making viral art in the Internet AgeAug 24, 2016 Listen
150: The ceramic figure with Carole Epp, Magda Gluszek, Jill Foote-Hutton and Tammy MarinuzziAug 10, 2016 Listen
149: Kathy Erteman on straddling the art and design worldsJul 19, 2016 Listen
148: Jeni and Forrest Gard on socially engaged craftJul 08, 2016 Listen
147: Wood fire aesthetics with Christianson, Helland-Hansen, McKeachie-Johnston, and OesteritterJun 23, 2016 Listen
146: Kansas City Urban Potters on the goals of their groupJun 11, 2016 Listen
145: Jayson Lawfer on determining value in the secondary marketJun 03, 2016 Listen
144: Namita Wiggers and Michael Strand on Across the Table, Across the LandMay 21, 2016 Listen
143: Wesley Anderegg on using humor to address the dark side of lifeMay 12, 2016 Listen
142: Roberto Lugo on mixing hip hop aesthetics into the ceramic canonMay 06, 2016 Listen
141: Holly Hanessian talks with Michael Eden about ceramics in the age of digital manufacturingApr 28, 2016 Listen
140: Allen, Schwartzkopf, and Godfrey talk about the emergence of the "online pot"Apr 22, 2016 Listen
139: In Tribute: Joel Magen on California Studio PotteryApr 15, 2016 Listen
138: Kari Radasch on the color of emotionApr 09, 2016 Listen
137: Kim Kirchman on staying engaged as an educatorMar 30, 2016 Listen
136: Adam and Melissa Yungbluth on the St. Petersburg Art SceneMar 14, 2016 Listen
135: In Tribute: Nina Hole on her monolithic wood fired sculpturesFeb 25, 2016 Listen
134 pt.1: Indie-Folk band The Painted Horses on building off the success of their first albumFeb 17, 2016 Listen
134 pt. 2: The Painted Horses Live in studioFeb 17, 2016 Listen
133: Chris Staley on developing emotional intelligenceFeb 06, 2016 Listen
132: Jacques Kauffman on architecture that reduces green house gasesJan 28, 2016 Listen
131: Nell on rock n' roll aesthetics and making boundryless artDec 18, 2015 Listen
130: Jane Sawyer on developing an individual sense of touch after apprenticeship trainingDec 18, 2015 Listen
129: Pepai and Milyika Carroll on Ernabella history and the role Tjukurpa plays in Anangu artDec 17, 2015 Listen
128: Kate Dunn and Fiona Fell on the changing landscape of art education in AustraliaDec 15, 2015 Listen
127: Shannon Garson on the influence of drawing on her porcelain vesselsDec 15, 2015 Listen
126: Andrew Stephenson on determining the value of labor in handmade potteryDec 10, 2015 Listen
125: Bandana Pottery- Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish on influence and innovation Dec 02, 2015 Listen
124: Timm Muth on powering an art center with green energyNov 19, 2015 Listen
123: Live from Asheville: Green energy and the sustainable studio Nov 10, 2015 Listen
122: Linda Christianson on digging through self-doubt to find creativityOct 22, 2015 Listen
121: Mark Pharis on using CAD to make ceramics for the edges of utilityOct 15, 2015 Listen
120: Randy Johnston on the growth of wood firing in North AmericaOct 07, 2015 Listen
119: Mike Helke and Steve Rolf on developing a personal aesthetic and cultivating a successful model for selling workSep 30, 2015 Listen
118: Robert Briscoe on cultivating abundance and the history of the St. Croix Valley Pottery TourSep 17, 2015 Listen
117: Warren Mackenzie on a lifetime in clay and what makes a good potSep 11, 2015 Listen
116: Sarah Millfelt on developing new programs and successful management for nonprofit organizationsSep 05, 2015 Listen
115: Amy Santoferraro on keeping work fresh and seeking wonder in everyday lifeAug 26, 2015 Listen
114: Live from Minneapolis: Minnesota Clay with Eileen Cohen, Julianne Shibata, & Samuel JohnsonAug 21, 2015 Listen
113: Ursula Hargens and Dustin Yager on the Minnesota New Institute for Ceramic Education Aug 13, 2015 Listen
112: Aaron Nelson on the value of creative problem solving and embracing the cultural economy Aug 07, 2015 Listen
111: Clint Neufeld on large-scale slip casting and developing discipline in an art practiceAug 06, 2015 Listen
110: Walter Ostrom on pottery's conceptual potential and his illustrious teaching careerAug 05, 2015 Listen
109: Joan Bruneau and Jim Smith on their philosophy around pricing Aug 04, 2015 Listen
108: Prince Edward Island Craft History w/ Henry Purdy and the Village Pottery GangAug 03, 2015 Listen
107: Alex Kraft and Anthony Merino on 50 Women: A Celebration of Women In CeramicsJul 24, 2015 Listen
106: Richard Burkett on Ecuadorian Folk Pottery and developing HyperglazeJul 14, 2015 Listen
105: Shannon Sullivan on art consultants and working in JingdezhenJul 02, 2015 Listen
104: Forrest Middelton on appropriation and the language of patternJun 03, 2015 Listen
103: Paul Blais on working through illness and developing an effective podcastMay 27, 2015 Listen
102: NIgel and Cheyenne Rudolph on archeology, pottery and performance artMay 20, 2015 Listen
101: Jim Skutt on the history of Skutt Kilns and the developement of internet-based kiln monitoringMay 06, 2015 Listen
100: Guest Host Mark Shapiro interviews Ben Carter for a special 100th EpisodeApr 29, 2015 Listen
99: Joe Bova on developing a deft touch in clay and the erotic nature of creativityApr 21, 2015 Listen
98: Burnett, Cobb, and Peltzman on defining successApr 08, 2015 Listen
97: Holly Hanessian talks about the significance of touch in the digital ageApr 01, 2015 Listen
96: McKenzie Smith on Mingei, Miami, and making a living as a potterMar 19, 2015 Listen
95: Gustin, Long & Balistreri on wood firing and the creative value of chaosMar 13, 2015 Listen
94: Charlie Cummings on developing a gallery and embracing new technologiesMar 04, 2015 Listen
93: Matt Schiemann on shaping a residency program and embracing opportunityFeb 18, 2015 Listen
92: Linda Arbuckle on the value of handmade and creating a conceptual frame work for functional potteryFeb 12, 2015 Listen
91: William Daley on the triumvirate of creativity and the nature of intuitionFeb 06, 2015 Listen
90: Patrick Coughlin on mastery of craft in art education and the social history of patternFeb 03, 2015 Listen
89: Mark Shapiro on the virtue of handmade and the "ethical" potJan 23, 2015 Listen
88: Sam Taylor on balancing creative expression with financial stabilityJan 14, 2015 Listen
87: Daniel Ricardo Teran and Naomi Cleary on investing in the inner cityJan 02, 2015 Listen
86: Sandi Pierantozzi and Neil Patterson on nurturing creative community in an urban environmentDec 23, 2014 Listen
85: Live from Philadelphia - Silverman, Strand, & Gebhart talk about DesignDec 12, 2014 Listen
84: Thanksgiving Special: A look into Food, Objects, and Memory Nov 26, 2014 Listen
83: Evolution of The Studio Potter with Mary Barringer & Elenor WilsonNov 20, 2014 Listen
82: Live from Harvard: Ethan Lasser and Ezra Shales on the touch-friendly museumNov 14, 2014 Listen
81: Workshop 101 with Lisa Naples, Kate Maury, & Adam FieldNov 07, 2014 Listen
80: Andrew Baseman on Make-Do's and Past ImperfectOct 29, 2014 Listen
79: Patsy Cox on NCECA and diversity in educationOct 23, 2014 Listen
78: Tony Marsh, Adam Field, and Wesley Hicks on fermentation and ceramics Oct 18, 2014 Listen
77: Vicki Grima on making a magazine in the digital ageOct 09, 2014 Listen
76: Mel Robson on the role museums play in helping us remember and forgetSep 26, 2014 Listen
75: Andy Ruble on surviving the teaching treadmillSep 05, 2014 Listen
74: Joel Magen on California studio potteryAug 28, 2014 Listen
73: Linda Fahey on wholesaling for the design worldAug 13, 2014 Listen
72: Sam Clarkson on surfing and using plant-based fuelsAug 05, 2014 Listen
71: Alleghany Meadows on keeping studio life a priority and living in NepalJul 22, 2014 Listen
70: Garth Clark on CFile and the evolution of ceramics in the gallery worldJul 03, 2014 Listen
69: Live in Berkeley- Whitney Smith on crafting your story through social mediaJun 24, 2014 Listen
68: Live from NCECA- Carole Epp, Michael Kline, and Adam Field on Virtual ClayJun 18, 2014 Listen
67: Carter Gillies on the five stages of learningJun 13, 2014 Listen
66: Diana Fayt on creating meaning through symbols and storytellingJun 04, 2014 Listen
65: Ron Meyers on finding one's voice and how retiring energized his careerMay 29, 2014 Listen
64: Michael Simon on intuition and a lifetime of truth seeking in ceramicsMay 20, 2014 Listen
63: Best of Season Two of the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastMay 14, 2014 Listen
62: Molly Hatch on the factory as a tool and breaking into the design worldApr 30, 2014 Listen
61: Julia Galloway, Kristen Kieffer, & Michael Kline on trends in studio pottery Apr 23, 2014 Listen
60: Mark Hewitt on the value of the apprenticeship systemApr 16, 2014 Listen
59: Ben Owen III on the history of Seagrove and the art of story tellingApr 09, 2014 Listen
58: The Owens Family on the history of Jugtown PotteryApr 01, 2014 Listen
57: Sid Luck on whiskey, war, and the evolution of the Luck traditionMar 26, 2014 Listen
56: Live from the NC Potter's Conference: Brian Jones on Pottery, Podcasting and PosterityMar 18, 2014 Listen
55: Lisa Orr on the influence of Betty Woodman and color synesthesiaMar 05, 2014 Listen
54: Lisa Stinson on the creative tension that comes from collaborationFeb 28, 2014 Listen
53: Tommy Frank on pop culture and questioning masculinityFeb 20, 2014 Listen
52: Live in Asheville: Josh Copus, Alex Matisse and Lindsay Rogers on farm-to-table and ceramicsFeb 12, 2014 Listen
51: Michael Kline, Kyle Carpenter, and Ron Philbeck on making a living as a potter Feb 04, 2014 Listen
50: Matt Jones on Country Funk and the NC pottery sceneJan 30, 2014 Listen
49: East Fork Pottery with Alex Matisse, John Vigeland, and Connie Coady Jan 22, 2014 Listen
48: Emily Galusha on developing a leadership styleJan 10, 2014 Listen
47: Sarah Jaeger on the desire to create meaning through objectsDec 25, 2013 Listen
46: Steven Hill on working the workshop circuitDec 16, 2013 Listen
45: Live from Minneapolis: Linda Arbuckle, Doug Casebeer, and Alleghany Meadows on mentorshipDec 07, 2013 Listen
44: Meredith Host on low brow culture and design nostalgia Nov 28, 2013 Listen
43: Martha Grover on mining personal history for inspirationNov 15, 2013 Listen
42: Chef Paul Berglund on farm-to-table and the benefits of serving local foodNov 07, 2013 Listen
41: Evelyn Craft Belger on establishing a mission statement for an art organizationOct 29, 2013 Listen
40: Live from KC: Cary Esser, Tommy Frank, and Meredith Host on the business of ArtOct 19, 2013 Listen
39-2: Richard Notkin on Vietnam and developing a collector baseOct 11, 2013 Listen
39-1: Richard Notkin on establishing a visual languageOct 11, 2013 Listen
38: Steve Lee on shaping culture and the Archie Bray FoundationOct 04, 2013 Listen
37: Bobby Silverman on contemporary ceramic designSep 26, 2013 Listen
36: Tara Wilson on sustaining a career and putting down rootsSep 20, 2013 Listen
35: Mel Griffin on the roots of creativity and the animal side of human behaviorSep 12, 2013 Listen
34: Chris Pickett on mid-century modern and the power of habitSep 04, 2013 Listen
33: Eva Champagne on the many interpretations of her hybrid sculptureAug 22, 2013 Listen
32: Courtney Murphy on her approach to pattern and formAug 14, 2013 Listen
31: Mel Griffin, Matthew McConnell, and Peter Christian Johnson on climbing the career ladderAug 07, 2013 Listen
30: Sean O'Connell on developing self critiqueJul 31, 2013 Listen
29: George McCauley on making films and the evolving nature of student/teacher relationshipsJul 24, 2013 Listen
28-2: Adam Field on apprenticing in a Korean Onggi PotteryJul 17, 2013 Listen
28-1: Adam Field on social media and developing a market for your workJul 17, 2013 Listen
27: Matt Kelleher on cultivating curiosityJul 09, 2013 Listen
26: Merran Esson on capturing the passage of time within an objectJul 02, 2013 Listen
25-2: Vipoo Srivilasa on breaking into the international art marketJun 25, 2013 Listen
25-1: Vipoo Srivilasa on the artist egoJun 25, 2013 Listen
24: Jill Foote Hutton on art as a catalyst for social engagementJun 17, 2013 Listen
23: David Hiltner on midwest landscapes and the commodization of cornMay 27, 2013 Listen
22: Julia Galloway on establishing a dialogue with ceramic historyMay 16, 2013 Listen
21: Best of Season One of the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastMay 02, 2013 Listen
20: Prouty, Puryear and Nickel talk Comics, SciFi and the Anti-HeroApr 15, 2013 Listen
19: Emily Reason on running a pottery and writing a bookApr 01, 2013 Listen
18: Carole Epp on her approach to social commentary and Musing about MudMar 18, 2013 Listen
17: Jason Burnett on his youthful aesthetic and the image transfer trend in ceramicsMar 03, 2013 Listen
16: Bill Griffith on ancient architecture and the growth of ArrowmontFeb 19, 2013 Listen
15: Amanda Small on multidisciplinary education and creative system analysisFeb 03, 2013 Listen
14: Christin Johansson on her alter-ego and the evolution of her careerJan 17, 2013 Listen
13: Nina Hole on religious architecture and the development of a mobile building/firing processDec 27, 2012 Listen
12: Dryden Wells on intuition and his time managing The Pottery Workshop JingdezhenDec 05, 2012 Listen
11: Shawn O'Connor on accessibility in contemporary art and developing a unique wood fire aestheticNov 18, 2012 Listen
10-2: Takeshi Yasuda on living in the UK and developing his ceramic voiceOct 27, 2012 Listen
10-1: Takeshi Yasuda on Mashiko in the 1960'sOct 27, 2012 Listen
9: Shoji Satake on his subversive brand of social commentaryOct 01, 2012 Listen
8: Jazz Saxophonist Willow Neilson on musical improvisation and martial artsSep 17, 2012 Listen
7: Carola Zee on the Dutch artist grant system and the development of her China studioAug 16, 2012 Listen
6: Caroline Cheng on Jingdezhen and the growth of the Pottery WorkshopJul 26, 2012 Listen
5: Nicole Teng on the founding of Brut CakeJul 12, 2012 Listen
4: Ba-Boom! on musical education in indigenous communitiesJun 25, 2012 Listen
3: Janet DeBoos on working with indigenous communities and collaborating with Chinese factoriesJun 04, 2012 Listen
2: Chandra Debuse on transitioning away from academiaMay 17, 2012 Listen
1: Matt Long on the dynamics of change in studio lifeApr 30, 2012 Listen