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1: Matt Long on the dynamics of change in studio
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10-1: Takeshi Yasuda on Mashiko in the 1960's

Tales of the Red Clay Rambler This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Japanese ceramic artist Takeshi Yasuda. Over his fifty year ceramic career he has received world wide recognition for his functional pottery. His latest body of work features celedon glazed forms thrown in porcelain. He often […]
1: Matt Long on the dynamics of change in studio
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105: Shannon Sullivan on art consultants and working in Jingdezhen

Tales of the Red Clay Rambler This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler podcast I have an interview with ceramic artist Shannon Sullivan. Her sculptural and installation works are inspired by mineralogy, microbiology and other scientific studies of the natural world. In the interview we talk about utilizing an art consultant, working in Jingdezhen, and Peter Pierce’s research […]
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5: Nicole Teng on the founding of Brut Cake

Podcast: Tales of the Red Clay Rambler This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with multimedia artist Nicole Teng. Working under the name Brut Cake, Nicole designs ceramics, lighting, furniture and clothing. She is largely a self taught artist that transitioned into studio life after many years of marketing […]
248: In Tribute: Warren Mackenzie on a lifetime in clay
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248: In Tribute: Warren Mackenzie on a lifetime in clay

Podcast: Tales of the Red Clay Rambler Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a rebroadcast of a 2015 interview with an icon of the American studio pottery movement, Warren Mackenzie. After an early apprenticeship at the Leach Pottery in St. Ives, Cornwall (1949-1952), Mackenzie became a ceramic professor at the […]
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Matt Long on the dynamics of change in studio life

Tales of the Red Clay Rambler This episode of the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features an interview with American ceramic artist Matt Long. Known for his functional porcelain pottery, Long specializes in soda fired communal drinking vessels such as flasks, bottles and jugs. In the interview we discuss the dynamics of change […]