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On today’s episode of For Flux Sake our hosts talk about the best way to measure progress in a firing. They also talk about Chat GPT and the potential for artificial intelligence in ceramics, as well as answer questions about quartz inversion and firing schedules. If you have a ceramic chemistry problem you’d like help with, send us a voice memo with your question to forfluxsakepodcast@gmail.com (mailto:forfluxsakepodcast@gmail.com) . To see the supplemental info, we talked about in this episode, visit the blog at www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com/cmw-blog (http://www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com/cmw-blog) .

Today’s episode is brought to you by:
For the past 100 years, AMACO Brent has been creating ceramic supplies for our community ranging from underglazes to electric kilns, and they have no plans of slowing down. www.amaco.com (http://www.amaco.com)

The Rosenfield Collection of Functional Ceramic Art is an online source for research and inspiration, featuring images of thousands of objects made by over 900 artists. The images are high quality and can be used with no permission required, making them a great resource for students and teachers. www.Rosenfieldcollection.com (http://www.Rosenfieldcollection.com) .

For Flux Sake is hosted by Matt and Rose Katz of the Ceramics Materials Workshop along with Kathy King of the Harvard Ceramics Program. Together they answer your burning questions about clay and glaze. In each episode they answer listener submitted questions in a comical, but also insightful way. This show will have you laughing and learning about glaze chemistry the chemistry behind ceramics in no time. New episodes typically drop every 2 weeks.

More information on Rose & Matt’s ceramic glaze and clay courses can be found at www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com.

For Flux Sake is produced by The Brickyard Network. More information can be found at www.thebrickyardnetwork.org

This week’s episode features the following topics: firing, kiln, kiln temperatures, artificial intelligence in ceramics, quartz inversion, firing schedules

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