Best Ceramic podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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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.
 
This is a show about clay artists and their story of life with clay.
 
Small businesses are the soul of America. This is where they tell their stories. Small Business War Stories is a weekly show recorded in person with small business owners. We discuss different topics and get the triumphs, struggles, and funny stories from our guests' everyday lives. Hosted by Pablo Fuentes, an entrepreneur and musician based in Austin, Texas.
 
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MAEKAN
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MAEKAN is a publisher and community focused on the sights and sounds of creative culture. We're about creative accountability, participation, and culture within a broader global community. MAEKAN's focused on equipping creators with the tangible and intangible tools to succeed and define the future of creative culture. We don't have all the answers, but our curiosity ensures we never stop looking.
 
The ArchaeoTech Podcast is a place to discuss all things tech as they relate to Archaeology. Join Doug and Russell as they dive into the world of technology and apply it to the study of the past.
 
I Like Your Work is dedicated to interviewing creative people from painters and artists to collectors and curators. People who are involved in a creative lifestyle and also in building community within the arts. Join artist Erika b Hess every Saturday as she talks to someone new about what they are exploring in their work.
 
Also on iTunes Spotify YouTube and Stitcher - Links from: https://stuartwilliams.net/bluematchbox-liveConversations about pottery and ceramics with Grant Pratt and Louise Atkinson from Bluematchbox gallery and Tilehurst Pottery in Berkshire UK. Thanks for listening. Bluematchbox video podcasts and other films: https://youtu.be/9lNZZQcIxFkwww.bluematchbox.co.ukwww.louiseatkinson.comwww.stuartwilliams.net
 
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Margin Call
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In this often funny and always poignant podcast, Kwest On Media contributors and guests gather weekly to discuss pop culture, social issues, and what happens when they intersect.
 
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Blue photon studio
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Creating graphic/web design and photography.Blue photon teams are Ceci Temkova Ilova and Sashko Ilov.
 
The station where you clean up on all things car care and auto detailing!
 
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In this episode, I talk to Abigail about interest in other people’s stories, how she moved from the tech world into the art world, and her tips for artists approaching gallerists. Abigail Ogilvy Gallery exhibits contemporary art with a heavy emphasis on concept driven artwork by emerging to mid career artists located across the country and inte ...…
 
502 Bad Gateway is the best life decision Seth Footring has made in recent years. By day, Seth works in the photo and eCommerce department of ASOS in London, by night—and in all other spare waking hours—he focuses his efforts on being the creator and Editor-in-Chief of a brand new men’s fashion publication. The first issue of 502 Bad Gateway wa ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have the second in a series of discussions with current resident artists at the Archie Bray Foundation. In this episode Richard James, Kelsey Duncan and Iva Haas talk about building a character study for figurative sculpture, the choice to improvise or not in the creative process, and how a cre ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have the first in a series of discussions with current resident artists at the Archie Bray Foundation. In this episode Jessica Brandl, Yoonjee Kwak and Christina Erives talk about using humor to shape their aesthetic, creating narrative works that relate to the personal mythologies of their fam ...…
 
Rachel Love graduated from Western Washington University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mixed Media. Though Rachel's core focus while enrolled was printmaking, fibers, and photography, she prepared herself for a multitude of creative avenues by taking many other courses in almost every other branch of artistic expression the institut ...…
 
Today we have on the line Sebastian Heath from NYU's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. Dr. Heath is ISAW's go-to Digital Humanities professor, and we'd like to discuss his take on DH in archaeology. Links NYU’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Sebastian Heath’s Faculty Profile Github Academia.edu Pompeii Artistic Landsca ...…
 
Grant and Karen are living the dream. And they also have their struggles, like all of us. In this episode, they share their story of how they became an in-demand guitar pedal company. From Grant's days as a touring drummer, to Karen's visual design skills, to the way they use social media and Google Analytics to grow their business. They also h ...…
 
Lydia Johnson is a ceramic artist and designer who works full time in her studio in Manchester, Connecticut. Lydia's work has been exhibited across the country at galleries such as The Clay Studio, Northern Clay Center, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Lillstreet Gallery, and Artstream Nomadic Gallery. Lydia was the recipient of the 2017 In ...…
 
On this pop music episode of Margin Call, the crew welcomes guests Presley Luis and Donny Lumpkins to analyze the New York Times Magazine cover story about the "songs that matter right now." Post Malone and Ariana Grande also get shout outs.
 
Today I am excited to share my interview with Amy Lincoln! I met up with Amy in Queens, NY where she lives/works and I felt like I was sitting down with a good friend even though I had never met her. I love that this interview keeps it really real because Amy has a 4mth old baby and a 4-year-old. This is the place where she creates, paints and ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Brenda Quinn. Her vibrant functional pottery explores the line between hard and soft through the blending of architectural and floral elements. In the interview we talk about how a childhood phobia led her to practice mindfulness, methods for generating pattern, and helpi ...…
 
Julia Smith is a potter based in the Highlands of Scotland. Julia has a home studio and produces illustrated ceramics and one off pots for exhibitions. Julia uses earthenware, decals, and studio made layered glazes. Julia has an online sale once a month and sell at events throughout the UK.
 
The value of an object is different for everyone. If you’re practical above all else, an object’s function, efficiency, and affordability are probably the most important aspects. If you’re drawn to beautiful things, the way an object looks and fits within an environment are more appealing. If you’re curious how the puzzle pieces of geography, p ...…
 
Brett and his brother just won't give up. When their original idea for a drink had to be shelved because of a prohibitive required volume, they came up with another concept and successfully launched Moontower Matcha. We talk about matcha tea, the ins and outs of starting a beverage company, how to find distributors, and we also dive into how to ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Matt Wedel. He uses a gestural sculpting style and vibrant glazes to create large-scale works around the themes of the figure, landscape, and what he calls “Flower Trees”. In the interview we talk about keeping up with the speed of his imagination, understanding color and ...…
 
Laurie Caffery Harris grew up in Boone, North Carolina, a small town surrounded by the peaks and valleys of the Blue Ridge Mountains. From a young age she was compelled to work with her hands, watching her mother, a professional painter. On weekends Laurie spent time in the woods with her father, where she learned to identify mountain ranges an ...…
 
This week, the Margin Call crew welcomes DC-based tech professional Andrew Conklin to discuss Amazon's HQ2 debacle, Jaden Smith's efforts to get clean water to the people of Flint, and the untimely death of 90s icon Luke Perry.
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have Linda Christianson’s closing lecture from the Cultural Confluence Wood Fire Symposium, held in Helena, MT in October 2018. She talks about the human preoccupation with fire and how that is being replaced by the back lit screens of modern technology. She also addresses problems that face th ...…
 
In this episode, I talk to artist Joanne Greenbaum about education, politics of art language, the deep internal intelligence in painting, the power of introversion, mark-making, color and her exploration of materials. We dive into so many wonderful topics including the myth that "real artists don't have day jobs" and "everything has been done". ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a panel on nonacademic paths for learning wood firing featuring Robin Dupont, Jody Johnstone, Scott Parady, Martin Tagseth, and Tara Wilson. The panelists discuss a wide range of personal experience from Johnstone’s time in a traditional Japanese apprenticeship to Parady establishing his C ...…
 
Carrie Whalen, mother of four, from Kingston, Ontario, has been studying, creating, and teaching art for over 30 years. Carrie is an award winning design graduate with diplomas in fine arts and fashion design; she represented Canada twice on the international stage in fashion. Carrie has been running Y.A.K (Young Artists of Kingston) art camps ...…
 
Welcome to the ArchaeoTech Podcast. Today is February 26th, 2019, so put on your party hat because we're recording the 100th episode. This is Paul Zimmerman, your host for for this milestone, along with my co-host (the pod's usual host) Chris Webster. We're turning the tables since we don't have a "tech" topic per se, but instead we're going to ...…
 
Gone before its time, XXX (known popularly as “Triple X”) was a club not far from the MAEKAN Office that was a hotspot for underground culture and music on Hong Kong’s Kowloon side. The venue of choice for acts like OKOKOK, Yeti Out and Eric Lau, among many others, it closed in late 2018 amid a background of public noise complaints, sky high re ...…
 
Casey Carroll is really, really good at facebook ads. And it can be a complicated, overwhelming world. In this episode, we dissect how to figure out what is important for you to get started with Facebook ads for your small business. By the end of the episode, you will have a six-step guide that you can follow to tackle this seemingly daunting t ...…
 
Emily May is most at home while she is in the studio. Emily is an emerging, multidisciplinary artist from Vancouver, British Columbia who communicates her ideas mainly through ceramics but will also include sculpture, painting, film, performance, and collaborative work. Emily's love for clay came accidentally when she enrolled in art school wit ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a panel on education featuring John Neely, Matthew Blakely, Pascal Geoffroy, Sandy Lockwood, and Linda Lid. The panelists discuss how they came to learn wood firing and the current status of the firing technique in educational institutions in Australia, the United States, and Western Europ ...…
 
This week, the Margin Call crew discusses cultural appropriation, artificial intelligence, and yes, Pablo Escobar's escaped Hippos.
 
Joan LeMay is a portraitist and illustrator who is interested in pattern, gesture and Byzantine halos. She loves painting people, animals, plants and things (a kind of anthropomorphic approach to portraiture) in equal measure, and packs referential objects, color-based symbolism and other subject-specific elements into the busy backgrounds of h ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a panel on applied aesthetics. Denny Gerwin, Linda Christianson, Shirobey Kobayashi, Trevor Dunn, and Neil Hoffman talk about the objects and experiences that have shaped their artistic worldviews. To see examples of their work and find out more about each artist visit www.culturalconfluen ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a lecture from Daniel Lafferty on building wood fired kilns based on Islamic architecture. He uses the squinch arch, which allows him to improvise kiln characteristics to meet the specific needs of the user. In his talk he discusses building without form work, the pros and cons of burying ...…
 
Jon Schmidt is a potter, entrepreneur, adventurer, videographer, photographer, father, and husband. Jon began his pottery adventures in 2010 when he took his first wheel throwing class at Gustavus Adolphus in St. Peter, MN. Jon graduated with a Business management degree. Jon combined his passion for handmade pottery and entrepreneurship skills ...…
 
On this episode, Margin Call welcomes Nikki Lau, a Portchester, New York-based visual artist who joins us in a conversation on the relationship between art and mental health. And yes, we discuss ceramic chicken nuggets.
 
Mercer is the man! You'll be really impressed by his story of constant reinvention and learning, but that's not all. Mercer will help you understand how to start demystifying online marketing, so you can start really making your marketing work for you. We had a fun talk, but more importantly, I learned a lot, and so will you :)…
 
Hannah Bould is a potter who lives and works in North London. Hannah initially studied Illustration at Camberwell college of Art and went on to work in Fine Art printmaking, before getting involved with clay in 2012. Hannah now works full time from her garden studio making functional, wheel thrown, stoneware ceramics. Hannah’s work is primarily ...…
 
WARNING: POTTERS (and similar) ONLY! Non creatives won't get it - don't say I didn't warn you... Pottery and ceramics podcasts from Bluematchbox Gallery and Tilehurst Pottery in Berkshire UK - with Grant Pratt and Louise Atkinson. Hosted by Stuart Williams. https://www.bluematchbox.co.uk http://louiseatkinson.com https://stuartwilliams.net…
 
Lynne Cooney is the Artistic Director and chief curator of the Boston University Art Galleries where she has organized numerous group and solo exhibitions. Lynne received a BA in English from Simmons College, Boston, an MFA in photography from the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, and an MA in Art History from Boston University. Sh ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a lecture from noted physicist and ceramic artist Hideo Mabuchi. He is currently working on a joint research project with Utah State University to better understand the behavior of iron in atmospheric kilns. In this lecture Hideo talks about the concept of vital materiality and his researc ...…
 
I went to the mic and asked for the listeners to send me their top picks from the first 500 episodes and what part of the episodes really made and impact. For some of the people who wrote in I was able to call them and have a short conversation, and for others I read their email. Either way, this episode is dear to my heart. I hope you enjoy it.…
 
In the wake of Marie Kondo and her tidying-up mentality we started wondering about the archaeology of the future. Guest host Richie Cruz and host Chris Webster talk about the future in a tidied-up world. What will be left? How do we think about and interact with “things” as compared to our ancestors and ancient people around the world? Links Th ...…
 
Tara Dawn Chapman went from being a CIA agent to cold-emailing a bee farm. The email included her squat and deadlift numbers (beekeeping is hard work!). The rest, as they say, is history. Tara launched Two Hives Honey by putting hives in people's backyards. She then partnered with the hosts by harvesting the honey while teaching them beekeeping ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a lecture from Catherine White. She talks about the intuitive process, where ideas come from and how they shift as they come to fruition. She also describes the development of her dust prints and the visual relationship between ceramic form and written language. To find out more about Cath ...…
 
I went to the mic and asked for the listeners to send me their top picks from the first 500 episodes and what part of the episodes really made and impact. I For some of the people who wrote in I was able to call them and have a short conversation, and for others I read their email. Either way, this episode is dear to my heart. I hop you enjoy it.…
 
The Margin Call crew hosts its semi-regular open editorial meeting, with a focus on immigration, 21 Savage, Fortnite, and our increasingly virtual world.
 
Comfort. It’s something essential to our lives. The degree of comfort we experience can impact how we view the world around us. Comfort can take shape in a practical sense. Are we dry? Are we able to move freely? Are we confident about how we look? Comfort can also apply psychologically. Are we comfortable with the challenge ahead and the uncer ...…
 
I am excited to talk to the NYC based artist Melissa Meyer. In this episode, we talk about painting in the 1960's, her work with Miriam Schapiro on the essay that coined the term "femmage" and her current studio work. Melissa received undergraduate and graduate degrees from New York University. Her development has been surveyed in traveling exh ...…
 
Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Ian Childers is an Associate Professor of Ceramics at MUW in Columbus, MS. Ian has been working with crystalline glazes since 2005 and has shown his work both internationally and nationally. In June/July 2016 Ian was a featured artist in Pottery Making Illustrated magazine showcasing his crystalline glazes.…
 
Today's episode is nothing short of magical. I sat down with Daniel Whittington, the new Chancellor of The Wizard Academy. We talk storytelling, business, and what it means to run a business school that tackles business from the right side of the brain. What is The Tower? Why are there statues of Don Quixote everywhere? What exactly are the Mag ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a mega panel discussion on the state of wood firing around the world. We start by talking about gender dynamics in the artists home countries before moving onto the environmental impact of firing and finding one’s voice in the process. The panel features Lindsay Oesterritter (USA), Nancy F ...…
 
Vicente Garcia is involved in producing a body of work that includes vessels in clay, clay and steel, and steel sculptures. In ceramics Vicente's expertise is in primitive firing techniques, primarily raku and pit fires. In steel Vicente focuses on the fabrication process using many kinds of metals.
 
I discovered Ling Chun’s work on instagram and fell in love with her use of color and materials in her ceramic work and wanted to know more. Ling was born in Hong Kong and came to the United States at the age of seventeen. She then earned her BFA in visual communication design and ceramics from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her ...…
 
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