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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features interviews with culture makers from around the world. For more information please visit our website www.talesofaredclayrambler.com.

Latest Episodes

Chip Clawson on the history of the Archie Bray Foundation

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an audio tour of the Archie Bray Foundation with Chip Clawson. Chip worked for the organization for over 35 years and has compiled much of its history from its inception as the Western Clay Manufacturing Company in the 1880’s to the ceramic arts foundation that exists today. On our tour we visit the former brick and tile factories, as well as the beehive kilns that fired the wares.

66 MIN1 weeks ago
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Chip Clawson on the history of the Archie Bray Foundation

Perry Haas on embracing the challenge of a new body of work

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Perry Haas. He builds undulating vessels that are designed to pick up the fly ash that floats through wood kilns. His recent work is made with a speckled clay that obscures the silhouette of the forms, blending the exterior and interior spaces into the same visual plane. In our interview we talk about being patient with yourself when starting a new body of work, the Montana residency circuit and finding work life balance.

47 MIN1 weeks ago
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Perry Haas on embracing the challenge of a new body of work

David Peters on working with Montana’s raw ceramic materials

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with David Peters. While studying at Utah State University, David discovered a passion for using “wild” ceramic materials to make functional pottery. For the past twelve years he has focused on utilizing ceramic materials dug in the mountains of Central Montana. In our interview we talk about the geology of Montana, how to test and adapt raw materials for studio use, and sorting through criticism when starting a new body of work.

81 MIN2 weeks ago
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David Peters on working with Montana’s raw ceramic materials

Latest Episodes

Chip Clawson on the history of the Archie Bray Foundation

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an audio tour of the Archie Bray Foundation with Chip Clawson. Chip worked for the organization for over 35 years and has compiled much of its history from its inception as the Western Clay Manufacturing Company in the 1880’s to the ceramic arts foundation that exists today. On our tour we visit the former brick and tile factories, as well as the beehive kilns that fired the wares.

66 MIN1 weeks ago
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Chip Clawson on the history of the Archie Bray Foundation

Perry Haas on embracing the challenge of a new body of work

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Perry Haas. He builds undulating vessels that are designed to pick up the fly ash that floats through wood kilns. His recent work is made with a speckled clay that obscures the silhouette of the forms, blending the exterior and interior spaces into the same visual plane. In our interview we talk about being patient with yourself when starting a new body of work, the Montana residency circuit and finding work life balance.

47 MIN1 weeks ago
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Perry Haas on embracing the challenge of a new body of work

David Peters on working with Montana’s raw ceramic materials

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with David Peters. While studying at Utah State University, David discovered a passion for using “wild” ceramic materials to make functional pottery. For the past twelve years he has focused on utilizing ceramic materials dug in the mountains of Central Montana. In our interview we talk about the geology of Montana, how to test and adapt raw materials for studio use, and sorting through criticism when starting a new body of work.

81 MIN2 weeks ago
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David Peters on working with Montana’s raw ceramic materials
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