Podcasts focused only on the worlds of contemporary ceramic art and contemporary ceramics are too few and far between. We wanted to share with you one of our favorites — Tales of a Red Clay Rambler, brought to us by Ben Carter of Carter Pottery.
Each podcast features interviews with Carter’s favorite artists and culture makers from around the world. The latest podcast (released May 15, 2017) features interviews with Vicki Grima, Executive officer of the Australian Ceramics Association and editor of the Journal of Australian Ceramics; and Stephen Creech, cofounder of National Clay Week (October 13 -15, 2017) and the Director of Marketing at American Art and Clay Company. The focus of this week’s discussion centers around nation-wide open studio events that bring the public into ceramic artist’s studios as a form of outreach and education.
You can listen here.
All episodes are available on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcast platforms.
About Ben Carter: Carter is a studio potter, workshop leader, and social media enthusiast based in Santa Cruz, CA. His professional experience includes being an artist-in-residence at the Odyssey Center for Ceramic Art in Asheville, NC, as well as Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, CO, the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT, and the Ceramic Research Center Guldagergaard in Skelskor, Denmark. From 2010-2012 he served as the Education Director of the Pottery Workshop in Shanghai, China. He has lectured and presented workshops at universities and craft centers in the United States, Canada, China, Australia, and New Zealand. Carter was recently named the 2016 Ceramic Artist of the Year for Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated.
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