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Pottery

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft Paul Blais

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    • 4.9, 320 Ratings

Pottery

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
320 Ratings

320 Ratings

JaneOliver22 ,

Ear candy and soul food

I found the potters cast years ago while I was finishing my BFA in ceramics- I wasn’t a regular listener but now that I’ve been out of college for a while and making on my own, this podcast has been fueling me in all my throwing and sculpting time. The tag line “picking up where the art degree ends” couldn’t be more true. Paul has such an amazing variety of guests on this show- all of which have something so important to contribute to the growing dialogue of the ceramics community.
Thank you so much, Paul for providing this wonderful show to all of us listeners!

All my recent work on my Instagram @caassey has been made while I listened to your podcast in case you’re curious what you and your guest speakers helped create!

Bees tone ,

informative, fun and a little goofy!

I've been listening to TPC for about 4 years (though I've heard every episode at least once) and have a Pavlovian response on Tuesday and Thursday mornings: wake up, get dressed, walk the dog while listening to Paul. I love hearing the ways people make their clay business succeed. Sometimes he talks about himself too much (not as much as in the past), but I can live with that. :-D

riverhorsestudio ,

Inspiring

This podcast has been my constant companion for learning and making ceramics. Each guest is inspirational and offers gems of advice for both established and new makers. I especially love the diverse backgrounds of the guests. It is as equally interesting to me to learn from a self taught potter with no formal art education as it is to hear about those who chose the academic tract. I especially enjoy hearing from overseas artists and learning about their paths, opportunities, etc. I am someone who has loved art my whole life, but wasn’t able to get my hands in clay until recently, at age 45. This podcast has not only furthered my education in clay, but given me the inspiration and hope I wanted to continue to strive forward and seek out opportunities that are all around. Hearing other artists’ experiences has prompted me to take risks that, although terrifying, put my art “out there”. I don’t think I would have the courage to do so without the voices of so many others that I have heard on here doing the same thing. I have a installation in NYC for this May/June 2019 of my ceramics birds. Thank you, Paul, for the great work❤️

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