Best ceramics podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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This is a show about clay artists and their story of life with clay.
 
Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum, which opened in 2000, is Taiwan's first museum focusing primarily on ceramics. It is dedicated to preserving and promoting Taiwan's cultural heritage in ceramics, upgrading the ceramics industry, promoting ceramic art, conducting surveys on ceramics in Taiwan, as well as collecting and preserving ceramics. The full tour, available at the museum, has more than 65 stops for the Permanent Collection. For more information please visit http://www.ceramics.tpc ...
 
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.
 
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A podcast to promote the field of ceramic arts interviewing a variety of ceramic artists I have met during my travels. I am a ceramic artist enrolled in a MFA degree program at Tainan National University of the arts. You can check out my website at http://mattking1181.daportfolio.com . While here I have met some great ceramic artists and want to share them with the larger arts community out there. Please pass the word along if you like what you hear.
 
Critical Craft Forum offers conversations about craft and contemporary culture. Conversations include studio visits, discussions about books and exhibitions, panels and more. Hosted by Namita Gupta Wiggers with guests and guest hosts from around the globe.
 
The NCECA 360 podcast is the official podcast for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. Our biweekly podcast will feature ceramic news, information, interviews with artists, and exclusive NCECA Conference coverage.
 
This video demonstrates the impression technique used by Dr Ed McLaren DDS, MDC. Dr. McLaren maintains a private practice limited to prosthodontics and esthetic dentistry in which he does all of his own ceramics. He is the director of the UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry, a full time didactic and clinical program for graduate dentists. He is also the founder and director of the UCLA school for Esthetic Dental design. The school is a full time program for dental technicians featuring extens ...
 
The Grunewald Guild Podcast features updates from the Guild, A non-profit Art and Faith Community in Plain, Washington. Interviews with Artists in Residence, Faculty and staff are mixed in with upcoming events at the Guild.
 
Unique is an online art gallery and connecting people with art.The Unique gallery offers paintings, sculptures, mosaics,prints, photographs, and books.Тhe purchasing experience at the Unique online galleryis easy, convenient and all patrons of art are welcome.Unique artist team are - Ceci Temkova Ilova, Goce Davidov, Sashko Ilov.
 
See, Here’s the Thing is the “expansion pack” to your life you never knew you needed. Hosted by Kate Amatuzzo (Owner, See, Here’s the Thing) and Patrick Thiem (Owner, a ceramic golf hat he made in the 8th grade), the show highlights important pop culture news bites of the week, diving into film, TV, theatre, music and more.
 
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The MudTalk Podcast shares thoughts from around the world about pottery, ceramics and all things related to clay. Hear great responses about a different topic every episode. We would love to hear your thoughts about working with clay, running a business, and living the clay life.
 
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Women Who Art
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Hi! You've stumbled on a podcast about the arts! We try to cover them all with special guests, fun segments, and an overall interest in women in the arts. Here are some of the arts we cover: Visual Arts Drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, architecture, sculpture, conceptual art Literary Arts Poetry, long form, short stories Performing Arts Dance, music, theater, opera, mime, statue art, slam poetry Multidisciplinary Arts Film, opera, and various performance art
 
http://wdcicf.com Dumore Construction & Remodeling is a licensed Hawaii general contractor. Our company’s primary focus is on advanced ICF, insulated concrete forms, house construction and quality ICF materials supply. But we also build structures with other construction materials like wood, concrete, and CMU. We also do home remodeling, repairs, roofs, excavation, pools, fences and walls. Remodeling includes ceramic tile work, mechanical piping and electrical, new sinks, tubs, showers, wind ...
 
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Episode 85: Thank You Notes It’s our most grateful episode ever! Thank you, listener, for tuning into this episode on thank you notes. We’re behind the curve on the speed of our wedding gift replies, according to Hallmark, but we’ve got several examples of terrible thank you notes that should never have been sent. See, here’s the thing about th ...…
 
Brooke Peiffer is a lifelong Michigan resident. Brooke recieved her BFA from Michigan State University, where she discovered a love of clay. Brooke's functional work is inspired by the richly textured forests, plants, and beaches of her home state, whereas Brooke's sculptural work stems from her own internal narrative. Brooke passes her love of ...…
 
Todd Wahlstrom lives in Whitingham, Vermont with his wife, and potter, Aysha Peltz and their two daughters. Aysha and Todd share a detached studio building a short walk from their home. Todd’s work time is split between making and selling pots and operating StudioPro, a small manufacturing business designing and producing throwing bats and othe ...…
 
Resources bclayjamaica.wordpress.com Online Groups of Potters and Ceramic Artists Pottery Making Info’s extensive list Facebook: pottery heads, Ceramics Worldwide, Potters Network, Clay buddies, Clay Prints (There are many more groups on Facebook which can be found using the search box.) Ceramic Arts Daily/Network Message Board Transcript Welco ...…
 
Episode 84: Tearjerkers It’s been two weeks since our viewing of “Avengers: Infinity War,” so it’s finally time to start the grieving process. We provide spoiler-free commentary on the film’s impact, standout performances, box office reception, and how it establishes itself in the pantheon of movie tearjerkers. See, here’s the thing about tearj ...…
 
Lyndsay Meiklem Dean is, The Vegan Potter. Lyndsay discovered her passion for clay the moment she sat down at a potter’s wheel more than two decades ago. Lyndsay is the owner of Meiklem Kiln Works, which for the past 15 yrs, has offered community clay and art classes to all ages. Lyndsay is a full-time-working potter and instructor who is passi ...…
 
Cornelia Carey has served as the executive director of CERF+ since 1995. She is the co-Chair and founding member of the National Coalition for Arts Preparedness and Emergency Response, an initiative to improve emergency preparedness and response in the arts sector. Before her tenure at CERF+, Cornelia ran programs supporting artists and cultura ...…
 
Episode 83: Bad Movies Welcome to the official reboot of See, Here’s the Thing! We’ve got a brand new format, a brand new logo, and brand new underpants! We’ve retooled the show a bit and have a slicker, quicker episode in store for you! It’s May, it’s May, the lusty month of May! And that can only mean one thing: it’s school testing time. We d ...…
 
Maryan Pelland is a former professional writer. She went over to the clay side six years ago and never turned back. She and husband/partner, Dan, a photographer/engineer, make work in their home studio, work in a community studio, and publish an online magazine for potters
 
Bob Lansing is a contemporary traditional potter of the Dinē Nation. Bob's pottery is thrown on the wheel and then coated with layers of colored slip. Each piece is etched with Bob's designs that help express traditional stories with a contemporary flare.
 
Kameron Robinson is the Director of East Side Studios, an art studio in Anderson, Indiana that focuses on workshops, studio spaces, and community engagement. Through his work at East Side Studios, Kameron develops original artwork, teaches ceramic workshops, invests in the studios artists at the space, and works on community initiatives.…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Melissa Weiss. She mixes native Arkansas clay with commercial clays to create rich earth-toned pots in her Asheville, NC studio. The combination of the iron baring raw material and her immediate building style leave her geometric patterned pots appearing both antique and ...…
 
Sebastian Moh was raised on a small farm in Batu Pahat, Malaysia. Sebastian's first exposure to the actual shaping of raw clay was in a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Sebastian had witnessed a demonstration on the wheel and it planted the seed. From that point Sebastian paid close attention to the ceramic arts. Eventually Sebastian was able to ...…
 
Resources Expert Clay Social Media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr Share your thoughts with us! Transcript Episode 10! We made it to the double digits! When I started this podcast I wasn t even sure I would do a second episode, much less put together 10 so I feel like this is a small accomplishment. Thanks so much for subscribing, downloa ...…
 
Troy Bungart is a multi-talented artist. His first love is working with clay. Troy likes to start out with a simple form and then add texture and images. Troy's love of clay is also expressed in his love of the tools used for making pottery. His handmade wooden tools are works of art in and of themselves. Troy's also makes custom brushes that a ...…
 
While at NCECA I had the privilege of sitting down with this group of Scandinavian potters to talk pots. Maud Andersson, Helle Bovbjerg, and Daneil Gillberg talked about how Scandinavian potters approach clay differently from American potters. It is an interesting conversation of differences. Maud practices her ceramics in Sweden, Helle does he ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Mark Errol. Based in Tifton, GA, Mark wears many hats in the clay world. He is a functional potter, gallery owner and professor at Valdosta State University. In our interview we talk about the founding of Plough Gallery, creating a safe space for students to experience fa ...…
 
At this year's NCECA Pittsburgh I sat down with a group of potters that had put on a room show to talk about what it was like to put on a room show. Now a room show is not part of NCECA, but it is a side thing that happens during NCECA in a hotel room. So that was going to be the point of the conversation. As we got into this we ended up spendi ...…
 
Victoria Christen is a studio artist and instructor of ceramics at the University of Portland. Victoria uses mark making to infuse meaning into the objects she makes. All her work in this show—from the deconstructions of found objects to the functional and sculptural ceramic pieces—emphasize the potential of human gesture and touch to express m ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Andrea Keys Connell. Connell uses figurative sculpture to address cultural archetypes and relationship dynamics. In the interview we talk about unpacking family history through making, sharpening intuition and changing her teaching style to match student needs. Connell is ...…
 
Shannon Holt is a creative director exploring reductive form on a potter’s wheel in her Portland, Oregon workshop. Her work is created under the brand of ESO ESTO. Drawn to clay in 2014, Shannon immersed herself in its foundations and has been riding the tension between her design training and the expressive immediacy of this medium ever since. ...…
 
What is your favorite part about making pottery? Throwing or building? Carving? Glazing? Firing? With so many different ways to make pots there were some great responses and insights into what part other potters like best and why they like it. Resources Pottery Shirts! (scroll down to see the new design) Photos from the 2017 Notre Dame Wood Fir ...…
 
Carol Barclay is a self taught studio potter, selling since 1981. Carol entered an outdoor art show and was delighted to sell out within 2 hours. Carol is a former competitive volleyball player, teacher, and avid gardener. Working with clay is deeply satisfying for Carol because of the physicality of the process and the possibilities.…
 
Tom Kemp is back for another appearance on The Potters Cast. Tom has been potting for six years and got really serious in June 2017 when he quit his job to work full-time with ceramics. Tom's background is in lettering and calligraphy where he has developed the use of the 'square-edged' brush which Tom still teaches around the world. It's also ...…
 
Hannah Lenhart is a recent graduate of Fairmont State University where she both a BA in Ceramics and Sculpture and a BS in Business Administration May of 2017. Since graduation Hannah has been working and living in the beautiful hills of West Virginia in her home studio where she has been busy preparing her studio space, stocking inventory, and ...…
 
Resources Pottery Making Info (for new MudTalk Mondays): Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr Transcript You are listening to episode 8 of the MudTalk Podcast. This episode is a little different from other episodes so far. It will be a little shorter than normal but I think it will lead to a lot of discussions in the future. For this topic, I l ...…
 
It’s Jeopardy overload in Episode 82 as Kate and Patrick play catch-up on their Question of the Day calendar. They also talk about recent movies in theatres, including “A Wrinkle in Time” and “Tomb Raider.” Our duo is shocked to discover how much they liked “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” but not as shocked as Kate was to discover what arose ...…
 
Levi Yastrow is a Chicago based potter who earned a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2012. He is currently a teaching artist, ceramics studio technician and member of the Teaching Artist Advisory Board at Marwen, soda monitor and teacher at Lillstreet Art Center and an instructor at Penguin Foot Pottery.…
 
Being a potter or ceramic artist is not easy. But everyone is different and has their own issues and struggles. Listen to this episode (or read below) to see if there are other people that are struggling with the same things that you are. Resources The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick) (affiliate link) How to ...…
 
Justin Donofrio grew up in Santa Cruz, CA where he was introduced to pottery at Cabrillo Community College. Justin then joined the vibrant Colorado community of artist in 2013 in the Roaring Fork Valley where he continued his clay education with the support of Anderson Ranch, The Carbondale Clay Center, and The Studio for Arts and Works (SAW). ...…
 
This week, take a look back into Episode 34! During this episode, originally published January 9th, 2017, movie sequels, prequels, and threequels are the talk of the town with special guest Alex Sergeant, film fanatic and Freudian specialist. We’re diving deep into the id, ego and superego to discuss Sigmund Freud stand-up material, gourmet foo ...…
 
Ben Gaboury, of Scrimshaw Pottery, is a New England artist who grew up in Massachusetts, and received a fine arts degree studying ceramics in Portland, Maine. After developing skills for wheel throwing, he began experimenting with combining the 2 dimensional with 3 dimensional by adding illustrations to his pieces. He began thinking of his vess ...…
 
Sunshine Cobb is back on The Potters Cast and she wrote a book, Mastering Handbuilding. Once I discovered the book was out, it was time to get Sunshine on the show again to get the inside scoop on her book and an update since Sunshine's first visit on the show. Sunshine's new book is full of beautiful pictures depicting examples of her masterfu ...…
 
Resources the cup in this image is a detail shot of an Eric Botbyl ‘scraggler’ Contribute to the show! Find more episodes 2013 Michiana Pottery Tour Blog Post Chris Gustin Workshop Blog Post Handle With Care Workshop Blog Post Transcript This is episode 6. We re going to talk about good pots. We want to know what makes a pot good, or even great ...…
 
This week, we’re bringing you back to an episode chock full of Patrick’s stellar celebrity impersonations. Episode 80 trips back through time to Episode 41, which featured coverage of the 2017 Academy Awards. Patrick attempts to earn himself an Oscar nomination with all of his wonderful celebrity impressions (including Steve Harvey, Muhammad Al ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have live readings from this year’s writers-in-residence at the 2018 Arrowmont Pentaculum. Robert Vivian, Katey Schultz, and Nathan Ballingrud read selections from their essay, short story and poetry collections. This episode is part three of a three-part series taped live at Arromwmont’s Penta ...…
 
Joel Cherrico is back on The Potters Cast for another conversation. This time Joel spends some time talking about the power of chasing goals, finding an audience, and an award that he is helping to sponsor. Together with The American Craft Council, Joel is hosting the Emerging Pottery Business Awards. The goal is the find artists whose work and ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have live readings from this year’s writers-in-residence at the 2018 Arrowmont Pentaculum. Sarah Gilman, Suzi Banks Baum, Kelli Fitzpatrick, and Heather Clitheroe read selections from their essay, short story and poetry collections. This episode is part two of a three-part series taped live at ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have live readings from this year’s writers-in-residence at the 2018 Arrowmont Pentaculum. Aaron Abeyta, Richard Johnston and Anne-Marie Oomen read selections from their essay, short story and poetry collections. This episode is part one of a three-part series taped live at Arromwmont’s Pentacu ...…
 
This is a little different. The feature guest is Chef David Mork who is going to be talking about the Kiln to Kitchen show. It was a discussion with David that kicked off the idea of furthering the Farm to Table movement by getting the tableware to be made from local potters.
 
How did a CGI British bear nab a 98% on Rotten Tomatoes? In Episode 79, we’ll explore the film “Paddington” with Blazing Caribou Studios founder, Kari McGinnis! “Paddington” currently holds a 98% on Rotten Tomatoes, a 7.2 on IMDB, and a 77% on Metacritic. How did a children’s movie become the cinematic darling of 2014? Why did Hugh Grant sign o ...…
 
What inspires YOUR work? Resources Contribute to the show here. Artists Mentioned: Justin Rothshank, Dick Lehman, Mark Goertzen, Troy Bungart, Todd Pletcher, Rebecca Graves, Jennifer Beachy, Eric Strader, Fred Driver, Zach Tate. Transcript: Thanks for listening! This is episode 5 where we will be talking about inspiration. What inspires YOUR wo ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a live spoken word performance by Kane Smego. In this dynamic performance he reckons with race, class and social expectation. This performance was recorded at the 2018 Pentaculum at Arrowmont where Smego was a writer-in-residence. To hear our full length interview listen to episode 208 of ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kane Smego. We met at the 2018 Arrowmont Pentaculum where he was a writer-in-residence working on a forthcoming one-man show titled Temples of Lung and Air. Smego is a spoken word and hip-hop artist, a National Poetry Slam finalist, and co-founder of the youth arts nonpro ...…
 
Ryan Reich teaches ceramics and serves as the Visual Arts Chair at Valencia High School in Placentia, California. Two of his star ceramic students, Moriah Ritchie and Masey Park, stayed after school with Ryan and talked clay over Skype with Paul. This was an fascinating conversation about the passion for ceramics as seen from both sides of the ...…
 
Katie Marks lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Clay is a life long passion for Katie and she feels so fortunate to be able to do what she loves for work. Katie has been creating things since before she can remember starting with play-doh, moving to polymer, and now finally with ceramics. Katie took three ceramics classes at her local commu ...…
 
Check it out, we have a fancy intro now. And when I say “fancy” I mean “A short song I slapped together with sounds from my clay studio and an amateur rendition of the guitar part from a song that was popular years ago.” First one to guess what the song is gets an internet high five. Thanks for taking a listen. This episode is shorter than the ...…
 
Adam Chau received a Masters in Design from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work combines digital technologies with traditional studio ceramics; recent writings on this topic include Ceramics Monthly, Ceramics Technical, and Studio Potter. He has lectured and demonstrated across the United States, including the NCECA Fablab. He ...…
 
This video is about painting in unique art shop & galleryPlease subscribe channel.Unique art shop & gallery. https://www.uniqueartshop.netMusic - The Bangles - Walk Like An Egyptian - remixAnimation - Sashko IlovBy hi@uniqueartshop.net (Sashko Ilov).
 
Tim Kowalcyck makes another appearance on The Potters Cast. Tim's last guest appearance was way back in October of 2016 in episode 254. Back then Tim was working multiple jobs and making his "cardboard" cups as a side hustle. Now Tim is full time as a maker of his ceramic creations. In this episode Tim talks about what it took for him to make t ...…
 
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