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Do you want to create substantial change in your life and explore relationships in a brand new way? If you struggle to find the language for a relationship you’re navigating, or are seeking more loving relationships with yourself or others, this podcast — and the stories within each episode — is for you. Enter: Healing Codependency with Erika Wright, a six-part deeply personal podcast series that offers intimate insight into six core turning points throughout Erika’s life that made her who s ...
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Let's Pod This is the official podcast of grassroots organization Let's Fix This, Inc., where we talk with policymakers, advocates, elected officials, and regular folks from across Oklahoma to explain how our government works and provide context for the pressing issues facing our state.
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How can we walk our walk on a deeply transitioning planet with more authenticity and grace? The Ten Laws w/East Forest podcast dives into conversations with creatives, thought leaders, musicians, researchers, dreamers and more (sometimes all of the above) as well as occasional free guided meditations plus rare East Forest musical offerings. Learn more at, eastforest.org.
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Jessie Shaw is a New York based potter specializing in functional kitchen items. Jessie's forms tend to be simple with glaze adding the interest to the piece. Jessie learned pottery when She was in middle school. Jessie took a break when she went into college and now is back at it, full force. http://ThePottersCast.com/1017…
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Matthew Raw's work uses clay to explore community, language, and social history. With a particular focus on ceramic tiles, Matthew often involve social making, and attempts to strike a balance between the historical and future. Matthew has shown and installed work across the United Kingdom, in the United States, and throughout Europe. Matthew's pra…
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Dr. Evans says, "Since I began working with psychedelics, I rediscovered my love for medicine and found myself actually enjoying my time in the hospital. The challenges and stress associated with caring for ICU patients, their families, the nurses, the administration, etc., can be off the charts. Because of my work with psychedelics, I found I was …
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Russell Kingston's work is deeply rooted in the North Devon Slipware and country pottery traditions and I hope to make Contemporary Slipware that has a good anchor in tradition, Marrying old techniques with newer ones, the goal of Russel is to be moving forwards while always looking backwards. http://ThePottersCast.com/1015…
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Peter Eastwood is an artist who studied Ceramics at NSCAD University from 1992 - 1997. Peter found his passion for ceramics under the tutelage of Walter Ostrom and Neil Forrest. After graduating, Peter worked in Continuing Education at NSCAD while starting his own Web and Graphic Design company, Eastwood Design. In 2007, Peter left his job at NSCAD…
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We take a few minutes to catch up on where the Oklahoma legislature is in session, along with candidate filing information, open primaries, and how immigration is factoring into the Drummond v McCall not-yet-official race for Governor. Links discussed: Oklahoma group weighing open primary ballot initiative to increase inclusion, reduce divisiveness…
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Jack Orgill, originally from Salt Lace City, Utah, is currently living in Logan, Utah. Logan received his associates degree from Tacoma Community College. Jack is currently in his final semester of his BFA degree with an emphasis in ceramics. His passion is collecting clay from the wild and using it for his ceramics. http://ThePottersCast,com/1012…
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Ruth Easterbrook, studio artist and instructor, creates pottery with complex glazed surfaces. After her BFA at Syracuse University (2007), Ruth gained experience as a production potter, studio assistant, intern, and resident artist. In 2019, Ruth earned an MFA from Alfred University. Currently, Ruth is an Artist in Residence at The Clay Studio Phil…
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Bill Schwenzer, a BS Mechanical Engineering graduate, transforms clay into art as a full-time potter. Bill's pieces, a fusion of technical expertise and creative intuition, tell stories of balance and beauty. With work in galleries and private collections, Bill's ceramics showcase a unique blend of engineering precision and artistic expression. htt…
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Michelle Lhooq investigates how counterculture is evolving in the age of platform capitalism, algorithmic oppression and drug legalization. It’s about how music and drug subcultures everywhere—from Los Angeles to New York, Bangkok to Berlin—are fueling the fight for cognitive freedom and political autonomy—and the messy politics of forging new worl…
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Dustin Johnston was born and raised in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada where he graduated from Thompson Rivers University with a visual arts diploma and eventually moved into Emily Carr Institute where he completed his BFA and graduated with a major in Ceramics and Painting in 2007. From there Dustin's journey took him through many jobs and summ…
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We're joined again by Rev. Dr. Shannon Fleck from Oklahoma Faith Network to talk more in-depth about Christian nationalism, both as an ideology and as a political movement, and, more importantly, where those things intersect. Links mentioned: Pew Research Center on Christian nationalism. PRRI research (Feb 28, 2024) OFN's Sign-on letter in support …
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Stephanie Takagi is a Japanese Canadian Potter in Lake Country, BC with her husband of 15 years and their two daughters. Stephanie's pottery is inspired by her Japanese heritage and the beautiful BC Landscape. Stephanie sculptural pieces are frequently inspired by the current political environment and global issues. http://ThePottersCast.com/1008…
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Darren Emenau is a Canadian artist whose work is rooted in contemporary art. Over his twenty five year career, Darren has explored surface treatments, forms, abstraction and installation. Darren’s work has been recognized through awards, grants and exhibitions both nationally and internationally. http://ThePottersCast.com/1007…
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Jessica Panicola holds a BFA in Studio Art, an MAT in Art Education, and an MFA in Design for Social Innovation. Jessica previously worked as an international Art Educator for grades K-12 in South Korea, Morocco, and Bolivia and she completed an artist residency in Turkey. What excites Jessica most about clay is where it intersects with Design and …
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Lama Tsultrim Allione is the bestselling author of Women of Wisdom, Feeding Your Demons and Wisdom Rising Journey into the Mandala of the Empowered Feminine. She was the first American to become a Tibetan Buddhist nun in 1970 in India and Nepal, returning to the USA. She later disrobed and became a widely known Buddhist teacher. She was has written…
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Ryan MacLean is a hobby potter based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Ryan focuses primarily on functional ceramics, utilizing both wheel-thrown and hand building techniques, all the while experimenting with different shapes and glazes to help him learn. Ryan started pottery in a community studio in early 2022, and now has his own kiln and wheel at home whi…
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It's been a busy week! Andy summarizes several recent, relevant stories: Proposal to eliminate requirement for sex education Grocery sales tax reduction & its impact on the state budget OK County selects location for new jail Drummond dismisses suit against ClassWallet, again Edmond School Board fights back against State Dept of Education Proposed …
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Brendon Norton is the hand builder of Bad Swan Ceramic pots. Working full-time from his humble home studio in the South West of Western Australia, mainly specialising in Bonsai Pots and Ikebana Vases. Brendon’s self taught journey into clay began only 4 years and has worked tirelessly to hone his skills in traditional techniques and his self derive…
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Nicole Curcio is a ceramic artist living in Portland, Oregon but moving to Portugal this year. She discovered ceramics in 1994, in a high school class, and it was love at first clay. Over the years her work has shifted from painted, abstract cityscapes, to a more sculptural and botanical style. She enjoys combining functional wheel thrown wares, wi…
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Brad had a transformative shift that occurred with plant medicine that has led him along an incredible, challenging, and yet rewarding path. He says he has learned to live more authentically, and that his experience with plant medicine provided the opportunity for him to also accept his identity as a gay man, something he says he knew for as long a…
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Yuliya Makliuk is a ceramic artist, activist, and author driven by a passion for addressing the pressing challenges of our time: environmental crises, social injustice, and war through her practice. Yuliya is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of ceramic tradition, actively exploring sustainable approaches and innovative techniques, working from h…
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Governor Stitt delivered his sixth annual State of the State address to joint session of the Oklahoma legislature and we noticed a higher-than-usual amount of religious content. Given our conversation last week with Rev. Dr. Shannon Fleck and the rise of Christian nationalism across the country, we felt it important to highlight those excerpts for …
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1,000 episodes! When The Potters Cast first started I had no idea that we would ever get to this many episodes. But here we are... episode number 1,000. And there is nothing but thanks in my heart for all the love and support. In celebration we are doing two things... First my wife, Jennifer and I jumped on a couple of mics and Jennifer interviewed…
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Stephanie Thames is an emerging artist in Oakland, California. Stephanie is self-taught but has studied under ceramic artists like Susannah Israel. Stephanie’s work has been shown in group and a two person exhibits throughout the Bay Area. Stephanie's life is rooted daily in spirituality, and is connected through her art. http://ThePottersCast.com/…
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Marcia Selleri is a ceramic artist from Nazca, Peru. Marcia studied jewelry design and silversmith in Italy and traveled the world making jewels and accessories. Now in Orlando, Florida, Marcia creates unique pieces inspired by my Nazca roots and her personal experiences. Marcia loves to make animals, figures, and amulets with clay http://ThePotter…
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A guided meditation by East Forest with original music from the album "Headwaters." Thank you to our Council on Patreon for their support. Consider joining us. NEW ALBUM OUT NOW - "Music For The Deck of the Titanic - Deluxe Edition" - LISTEN / BUY https://eastforest.org ___________________________________ UPCOMING LIVE - http://eastforest.org/ticke…
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The Clay Warehouse was founded in 2021 by Courtney Brewer and Scott Pierce, two strangers who shared a passion for pottery. We offer a safe and inclusive environment for aspiring artists and those interested in the craft of ceramics and pottery, from supporting those already working in the field by offering supplies, advice, and services such as ki…
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