Best Pottery 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.
 
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Tiff Arment and Julia Skott talk about art and making. They won’t teach you how to turn your creativity into a business. Or how to do anything, really. They just want to talk about doing stuff. Hosted by Tiffany Arment and Julia Skott.
 
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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A podcast on data and how it affects our lives — with Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner
 
The KUTX team looks high and low for songs and artists that should be on your radar.
 
Get a new view of trash as a source of art and inspiration for your life.
 
See the art world through my eyes as an art dealer with thirty years in the business. Interviews of unique and interesting individuals that collect, deal and find art as compelling as I do. Learn the pitfalls of the art world and the interesting cast of characters that are a constant thread of entertaining commentary. Pull up a chair with me, Mark Sublette and the Art Dealer Diaries.
 
Do you want to get a glimpse into the lives of a family thats goal is to impact the world for Jesus? Well look no further! Join the McCart family on their journey as they do just that! From business, family, raising four kids, hosting several podcasts, authoring books, their goal is to impact the Kingdom of God in every endeavor of their lives! Participate with them by submitting your thoughts or questions to contact@thesuccessedge.biz. Enjoy the journey!
 
The plot centers on Anna Tellwright, daughter of a wealthy but miserly and dictatorial father, living in the Potteries area of Staffordshire, England. Her activities are strictly controlled by the Methodist church. Having escaped her father by marrying the respectable and attractive Henry, she attempts in vain to help Willy, son of a drunken and bankrupt business associate of her father's. (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
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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 ...…
 
As Austinites, we usually take advantage of SXSW to enjoy major international acts as well as discover lesser-known up-and-comers, but it’s rare that we catch an artist that’s almost a blend of both. Last week a lot of locals saw Heart Bones for the first time, a recent collaboration between Har Mar Superstar‘s Sean Tillmann and A Giant Dog & S ...…
 
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 ...…
 
To say the very least, Belfast-born songwriter Naomi Hamilton gets major points for eccentricity. Hamilton’s project Jealous of the Birds still feels fresh five years into the endeavor and her off-kilter style of psychedelic indie rock continues to surprise and entertain listeners (both longstanding and new). Jealous of the Birds just shared th ...…
 
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 ...…
 
We are celebrating our one year podiversary! And what better time to talk to Tiff’s bestie Tanya about the ups and downs of being a cake artist. (Though she might object to that word. ) Guest Starring: Tanya Cakes on Hudson Links and Show Notes: Support Make Do with a Relay FM Membership Cakes on Hudson Tanya's Instagram Memorial cake for fishe ...…
 
Some of the UK’s finest dropped by Austin for SXSW last week so today we’re looking back at London outfit HAELOS. With only two albums under their belt including the upcoming Any Random Kindness, the music of this still-emerging quartet has been described as, “dark euphoria”, with indie, electronic, and prog rock coming together over droning sy ...…
 
Ted Trotta shares his experience working as a specialist in Antique Indian Art for PBS's Antique Roadshow. Ted Trotta early life with the Vietnam war and his struggles and finding his way as a contentious objector. He explains how he started as an antique dealer before falling in love with Native American art. How Tony Berlant shared his knowle ...…
 
Since his 1986 debut album, Guitar Town, San Antonio’s Steve Earle has been one of the biggest driving forces of outlaw country and rockabilly in Texas and beyond. And in case you haven’t been keeping up, the past few decades have witnessed Earle overcoming addictions and embracing outspoken political views over the course of nearly twenty stud ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Find out how you can build stronger community while also creatively reusing trash. It’s like a 2-for-1 good deed! Crocheting Sleeping Mats Many community groups crochet plastic bags into mats for people who are currently homeless. To make these mats, people cut plastic bags into loops and then loop them to together to make a type of yarn called ...…
 
With South By South West officially in the bag we can finally return to our normal lives, but do we really want to?! All this week we’ll be revisiting our favorite KUTX Live at the Four Seasons recordings, starting today with legendary songwriter and producer Wyclef Jean. Already a household name for his critical role in The Fugees and subseque ...…
 
If you’re thinking of joining a cult, you might want to ditch the cloak and double up on the Dutch post-punk, courtesy of Iguana Death Cult. These snarky Rotterdam rockers have put out several singles and an EP since 2015, most recently with 2018’s double-side “Femme Fatale/Faster Faster”. Iguana Death Cult has been bringing their eccentric ene ...…
 
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 ...…
 
SXSW gets hairier before it gets easier and we commend all these cats clawing their way through it! We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention Black Pumas, the silky retro soul collaboration between vocalist Eric Burton and producer-guitarist Adrian Quesada, who became a KUTX favorite after the release of their song, “Black Moon Rising”. Black Pumas h ...…
 
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.
 
SXSW is a great time to discover international artists and provide a platform for local up-and-comers. Speaking of which, Austin songwriter and visual artist Blair Robbins just made her official festival debut alongside her quintet Ama. Robbins had been an integral member of the group Milezo for years and when she’s not leading Ama through avan ...…
 
In this episode we talk about various topics: 1. Our Ninja warrior in training 2. Don’t let 20 pounds still your joy 3. Sports to early 4. Peter Pan
 
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 ...…
 
Like it or not, SXSW is officially in full swing! Joining the thousands of musicians making their annual pilgrimage is Seattle singer-songwriter Austin Crane, best known as Valley Maker. Crane began landscaping Valley Maker’s indie folk sound with his 2010 self-titled debut that also doubled as his senior thesis project at the University of Sou ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Let’s face it. If you’ve listened to KUTX at any point in the past five years, you’re all-too-familiar with the name Walker Lukens. Walker got his start around the same time we did, with his 2013 debut Devoted, and he’s since become one of the most beloved and heralded songwriter-producers Austin has to offer. With his trusty backing band The S ...…
 
Montreal-based five-piece Pottery crafts a chaotic, high-energy brand of post-punk that echoes early Devo in a decidedly modern fashion. Frantic vocals and noodly guitar riffs layer over [strict] drums, creating a sonic tension that eventually crashes into resolve. Their double-sided single, released in November 2018, is a promising debut that’ ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Happy International Women’s Day! In the spirit of the holiday let’s take a minute to acknowledge Herizen F. Guardiola, known mononymously as Herizen. Historically Herizen might best be recognized for her role as Mylene Cruz on Netflix’s The Get Down, but with the show wrapped up, Guadiola’s got plenty of time to write killer tunes and sing her ...…
 
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 ...…
 
It’s less than a week out from SXSW and we’re ready to put some proverbial hair on our chests! Taiwanese trio The Fur. got their start in 2016 and broke out from their stomping grounds early last year for an international tour, earning praise across Europe and the UK. In late 2018 The Fur. dropped their debut studio album, Town, an eight-track ...…
 
Download: MP3 Audio36 MB MPEG-4 AAC Audio28 MB [There are no ads on Data Stories because we’re listener-supported; please consider contributing to the show! Oh…and now Data Stories is on Instagram!] We have Pedro Cruz and John Wihbey on the show to talk about their beautiful project, the Simulated Dendrochronology of U.S. Immigration. There are ...…
 
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 ...…
 
If you don’t remember the band Dreamboat, all you need to know is that it was essentially phase one for what is now one of Austin’s most prominent indie pop rock groups, SMiiLE. Singer-guitarist-producer Jake Miles fronts SMiiLE, joined by vocalists Mary Bryce and Annie Long and further rounded out with bassist Harrison Anderson and drummer Gre ...…
 
It’s not easy being green. Or pink, as the case may be. What role does gender play in our own making, and in the history of art and creating? Spoiler: It ain’t all roses and fluffy yarn. This episode of Make Do is sponsored by: ArtSnacks: The Best Monthly Art Subscription Box. Links and Show Notes: Support Make Do with a Relay FM Membership Tit ...…
 
Paige Williams, New Yorker Magazine staff writer, discusses her new book "The Dinosaur Artist" her in-depth 7 year odyssey under covering the history and hidden world of the high end fossil trade. The book travels from Land of Lakes Florida to one of the most remote places on earth, the Gobi desert in Mongolia. She follows the story from high-e ...…
 
If you have kids, you probably have at least a few strings of cheap plastic beads. They get handed out at parties and community events. They are a huge part of Mardi Gras festivities in Louisiana and elsewhere. And they might seem like a great material to creatively reuse into crafts. But actually, they are really not a good item to handle for ...…
 
Chicago’s DIY scene has become more and more prevalent thanks in no small part to groups like NE-HI and Lala Lala, not to mention solo projects like Accessory and Vail. So naturally when Jason Balla of NE-HI and Accessory met up with Emily Kempf of Lala Lala and Vail, sparks flew, and with the addition of first-timer Eric McGrady on drums, thei ...…
 
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 ...…
 
For years singer and guitarist Miles Kelley was the leading voice for Austin outfit Milezo. Not too long ago Milezo disbanded, but Kelley and his faithful drummer Sam Jordan stuck together, eventually linking up with Chase Weinacht of Marmalakes to form The Hermits. The Hermits’ off-kilter brand of psychedelic garage rock first hit the web in 2 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
New month, new music! To ease you into this weekend, let’s talk a bit about Harmony Byrne. This Aussie singer was one of seven children growing up in a Mormon household when she first latched onto church hymns and eventually rock n roll. Now in her mid-20s, Byrne combines the best of both worlds with her gospel-tinged vocal-driven alternative r ...…
 
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 ...…
 
It’s the last day of Love Austin Music Month and we gotta show some love for Löwin. This local four-piece has been roaring along with their fierce brand of indie rock since their humble origins half a decade back. This Tuesday Löwin unleashed their sophomore album Heavy as the Sun, a record that shifts the group’s fuzz rock sound towards pop an ...…
 
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 ...…
 
When he’s not checking to see if you flossed, Joe Sparacino moonlights as musical maniac Dr. Joe. This local dentist-turned-piano man has an insurmountable drive to make his listeners feel something and through his one-of-a-kind custom set of keys, he does just that. We’ve only been able to enjoy the good doctor’s brand of blues rock live onsta ...…
 
Art collector and Forensic Psychologist Jon French Ph.D. shares his love of fine art and ethnographic art. Jon takes on his life's journey hanging out with the manager of the Grateful and writer Allen Ginsberg and the 1967 Summer of Love in San Francisco to become one the top forensic psychologist in California working with dangerous criminals ...…
 
Love Austin Music Month is quickly coming to a close and we’d be remiss if we didn’t shine the spotlight at least once on Austin treasure David Messier. The former frontman of Boston outfit Papermoon and founder of Same Sky Productions recording studio moved to Texas in 2009 and through his music, Messier’s made the most of the last decade. His ...…
 
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 ...…
 
If you like coffee made from K-Cups or Nespresso pods, this episode will inspire you to not only recycle them, but make them into beautiful and useful items. Plus your coffee grounds can be used for much more than just compost. Trashmagination Pinterest board with ideas for creative reuse of coffee pods / capsules and coffee grounds My Hallowee ...…
 
A quick listen to Indiana quintet Durand Jones & The Indications has you walking out of a time machine and re-entering the golden age of ’60s soul. Vocal duties are shared between the eponymous frontman and drummer Aaron Frazer, who collectively evoke the spirit of artists like Jackie Wilson and Curtis Mayfield. The Indications have come quite ...…
 
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…
 
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