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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features weekly interviews with ceramic artists from around the world. Host Ben Carter talks with potters, sculptors, and designers about their creative practice. www.talesofaredclayrambler.com

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast Ben Carter

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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features weekly interviews with ceramic artists from around the world. Host Ben Carter talks with potters, sculptors, and designers about their creative practice. www.talesofaredclayrambler.com

    315: Sam Harvey on the fundamentals of running a successful gallery

    315: Sam Harvey on the fundamentals of running a successful gallery

    Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Sam Harvey. He came to Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley to take a workshop at Anderson Ranch in the mid 1990’s and for the past fifteen years has been instrumental in promoting ceramics in the area through his galleries. In our interview we talk about his relationship with Betty Woodman, surviving in the competitive Aspen art market, and what artists should focus on in order to have a successful career in ceramics.

    • 1h 1m
    314: Louise Deroualle on using abstraction to convey emotion

    314: Louise Deroualle on using abstraction to convey emotion

    Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Louise Deroualle. After an early interest in functional work, Louise has shifted to landscape-oriented wall work and sculptures that reference seed pods. The work is unified by a lichen-like glaze technique that involves putting slips over the top of fluid glazes. In our interview we talk about growing up in San Paulo, Brazil, turning towards abstraction to convey emotion, and managing interns in a bustling workshop setting.

    • 1h 2 min
    313: Daniel Dallabrida on the intersection of grief, perseverance, and creativity

    313: Daniel Dallabrida on the intersection of grief, perseverance, and creativity

    Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Daniel Dallabrida. He draws from his experience living through the AIDS crisis to create video, installations, and sculpture that illustrate the effect the disease had on San Francisco’s gay community. In our interview we talk about AIDS-related Multiple Loss Syndrome, blending Greek myths with personal experience to create narratives, and reclaiming LGBTQ slurs through art making.

    • 56 min
    312: HP Bloomer talks about balancing risk taking and loss rate in studio production

    312: HP Bloomer talks about balancing risk taking and loss rate in studio production

    Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with HP Bloomer. His functional ceramics are decorated with layers of pattern before being fired in atmospheric kilns to enhance their surfaces. In our interview we talk about how complexity in his making process keeps him engaged, learning to self-edit, and methods for pattern making.

    • 56 min
    311: Louise Cort on forty years of ceramic research and museum curation

    311: Louise Cort on forty years of ceramic research and museum curation

    Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Louise Cort. After traveling to Japan on an exchange program in high school, Louise developed a love for everyday functional objects. This fascination led her to a PHD in ceramic history from Oxford. For the last forty years Cort has worked for the Smithsonian Institution as the curator of ceramics. In the interview we talk about how the display of an object creates meaning and how museums are evolving as cultural awareness shifts.

    • 1h 21 min
    310: Ryan Greenheck on generating financial opportunities through invitational group sales

    310: Ryan Greenheck on generating financial opportunities through invitational group sales

    Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Ryan Greenheck. His functional ceramics are influenced by European slipware and Chinese porcelain traditions. He has been instrumental in starting invitational sales of functional ceramics in the North East of the United States. In our interview we talk about evolving in the studio with the help of your peers, curating a sale to meet the needs of a community, and taking short term risks for long term financial gains.

    • 1h 11 min

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