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On today’s episode the gang talk about deciphering the labels on your commercial glazes. They also answer listener questions about standard bisqueing temperatures in the U.S., and if there is a toxicity risk when using lead glazed wares from the 19th century. If you need assistance with a ceramic chemistry problem, send us a voice memo with your question to ( .

Kathy, Matt, and Rose are excited to be participating in this year’s NCECA conference in Richmond, VA. Come on out and bring your friends for a live taping of the show on Friday March 22nd at 11 am. Hope to see you there.

Interested to learn more about ceramic glaze labels? Check out CMW’s blog article here! Demystifying Ceramic Glaze Labels.

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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

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

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