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Tiff Arment and Julia Skott talk about art and making. They won’t teach you how to turn your creativity into a business. Or how to do anything, really. They just want to talk about doing stuff. Hosted by Tiffany Arment and Julia Skott.
 
Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know? Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and ...
 
On this podcast we discuss tea and tea culture with a member of the tea community. We discuss not just tea but our personal experiences with tea, where its taken us, what we've learned, who we've met, art we've created, or businesses started. I hope you join me on Hot Leaf Juice!
 
Ryan Durbin (@rdceramics) & Becca Otis (@5linespottery) share their experiences as potters, makers, small business owners, and creatives. Becca is a full time potter and studio owner, while Ryan is a full time website developer and part time potter. We'd love to share our ups and downs along the way as we build our skills as makers and small business owners in an honest, informal manner. We hope to bring you helpful tips we've learned over the years, learn from each other, and share expertis ...
 
Episode 1:Book Talk on Tim Ingold's Making The material turn in art is deeply linked to craft processes, materials and ways of making. For Book Talk, we invite people from different fields to read and discuss a single book. How might artists, curators, educators, and theorists respond to a book and potentially use as a tool in their own thinking? Join Stephen Knott, Sarah Margolis-Pineo, Rowland Ricketts, and Namita Gupta Wiggers for their discussion of anthropologist Tim Ingold's Making: An ...
 
Hong Kong Confidential is a podcast designed to educate and entertain. Jules Hannaford interviews interesting people in Hong Kong about their lives, personal journeys and secrets. Guests share their wisdom, experiences and insights with our audience. Guests include a doula, a dating and relationship coach, community leaders, LGBTQ+ activists, human rights defenders, abuse survivors, psychologists, life coaches, recovered addicts, authors, a fire fighter, a matchmaker, accomplished business w ...
 
Reality Blows is an honest, informed, and really fucking funny look at everything reality TV. Covering topics from DMs to Diem, hosts Ashley Brooke Roberts and Nick Maritato dive into cult deep cut moments and current social media feuds. Each week the Reality Blows podcast features one broad episode, dropped on Mondays, and one show-specific recap episode, released on Wednesday.
 
Mark Bouris speaks to business owners and entrepreneurs, finding out what makes them tick and their plans for growth. Some business owners are on the way up and enjoying new success, others are at a turning point. Mark digs into their stories and finds out why they set out to create their own path, their challenges and where they go from here. Based on his own personal experiences and learnings, he also passes on his own guidance on how to take their business to the next level.
 
Invest In HER, hosted by Catherine Gray, is about connecting phenomenal Female Founders and Funders to help address the critical unmet need for women’s funding. The show brings a wealth of ideas, resources, and solutions to address and change the future of funding. The show features extraordinary guests discussing ways we can accelerate the funding of women!
 
WELCOME TO NOCLIP! We are a fortnightly, book club-styled podcast in which we attempt to go in-depth on an individual video game and figure out what makes it unique. Episodes are around an hour to an hour and a half long and primarily feature free form discussion on themes and mechanics present in each episode’s titular game. Bear in mind that we are not reviewers, so as far as we critique the games at hand, our intent is not to convince you to play any particular work. SPOILER WARNING: Give ...
 
At Washington Street Studios, we believe the sharing of creative energy and knowledge will improve the quality of our art and increase the appreciation of art within our community. We are striving to create an environment where the arts are shared and appreciated. We want to grow as a family of artists and contribute to our community.The Potters' Round Table is one of our steps to share our passion for the ceramic arts. On the second Saturday of every month we offer facility as a venue for a ...
 
The ‘Card’ in question is Edward Henry Machin - His mother called him ‘Denry’. This light-hearted story is of his rise from humble beginnings as the son of a washerwoman and sempstress in the last quarter of the nineteenth century, in the pottery towns (which Arnold Bennett christened ‘The Five Towns’) of the English Midlands; how, by his own wits, enterprise and ‘nerve’ he rose to wealth, married bliss and public recognition as the youngest-ever mayor of his home town. “’And yet,’ demanded ...
 
A designer learning the ropes on how to turn her passion into a business. I tend to dab my fingers into all sorts of creative outlets, from sewing to pottery, I’d love to learn it all. Catch me stumbling into the world of podcasting as I challenge my dyslexia head on.I will most likely ramble on being an entrepreneur, the purpose of life, motivation, the world of design, self love, branding, some mild fitness & the like.I’m all about knowing what’s on your mind, so do stop by with something ...
 
Life-Study of the Bible with Witness Lee is a 30-minute radio broadcast composed of excerpts from Witness Lee's spoken ministry that focuses on the enjoyment of the divine life as revealed in the Scriptures. The ministry portions are followed by a discussion of the portion presented, including questions and answers.
 
The winter of 1963 was the coldest winter of the century in the UK, at a time when post-war austerity and social class divisions made for a miserable life for many people. These were the days of back boilers, bubble and squeak, paraffin oil stoves, gas works, steam trains, and starting handles. The 1960s technological and social revolution hadn’t happened yet. Ronnie and Jenny Delaney live in the south coast town of Poole, close by the gas works. They get by - Jenny works in the local potter ...
 
Let the make-over begin! On the QUEER EYE AFTER SHOW we discuss some of the best makeovers created by Netflix’s fab five, specializing in culture, food, grooming, fashion and interior design. Subscribe to the show for reviews, recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes, as well as the insider scoop from cast and crew members from the show.
 
Capilano Radio Club formed in attempt to connect voices and people together, to bring awareness of the incredible initiatives and projects students create at Cap. Through the form of new media and internet radio, the club aspires to create a platform for new voices to be heard, and to bridge a community of students on and off campus. We aim to give students a voice through the platform of new media, to showcase their opinions, talent and work. Capilano Radio is currently in development to ru ...
 
A Friend of Mine is a series of conversations with some incredible and inspiring women in business from regional and rural Australia. Whether you’re starting out in business and wondering how to go from side hustle to full time or you’re looking for ways to expand on what you’ve already established, A Friend of Mine will take a deep dive into the nitty gritty to help you along your journey. Let us introduce you to some amazing female entrepreneurs who will share their experience and knowledg ...
 
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Corinne Dzuba lives in Canada’s subarctic in Yellowknife, NT with her husband, Franz and 2 dogs, Timber and Reo. Corinne love of clay started shortly after moving to Yellowknife when she discovered there was a local guild offering pottery courses. After taking the first class of a beginner wheel throwing class Corinne fell in love with clay. She co…
 
A new release recommendation from Canadian post-punk outfit Pottery that has just the right amount of cheese. Plus a country record fitting for 2020 from Davey Crockett descendant Charley Crockett. Our Old Dog picks feature a hardcore metal record from genre vets Converge. And a controversial release from REM that saw them sonically cover new groun…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Angelik Vizcarrondo-Laboy. She is a curator and writer focusing on the intersection of craft and contemporary art, with a particular interest in increasing the visibility of artists of color. She is currently the Assistant Curator at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), New Y…
 
Despite recent Covid-19 cases, gov't won't change isolation rules for rotational workers returning to NL, Newfoundland born Indigenous has illustrations published in a Marvel Comic, Grade Sevens learn about making pottery - outdoors - and a new book tells about people's adventures in Newfoundland's rugged Gaff Topsail area.…
 
Who is your market and how did you find them? Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/potterymakinginfo/photos/a.10151503193013457/10154915774163457 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/BZdZ4HIlnPy/ Transcript Welcome to episode 26 of the mudtalk podcast. In this episode we re talking about your market, or, the people who buy your work. Who buys…
 
Joe Darling is the Founder and owner of The Pottery Shed, a studio workshop with everything you need to create handmade pottery. Born and raised in California, Joe got interested in creating objects with clay while at school. He retrained as a Police officer with the US Army and was deployed to Europe, but maintained his pottery skills and in 2016 …
 
Ashley Morales is best known as a makeup artist having launched her business 10 years ago. She has worked on special events, commercial photoshoots for well known clothing brands and her Instagram photos have been shared all over the world by international brands. Ash’s work came to a grinding halt in March when COVID-19 impacted events and wedding…
 
Invest In Her host Catherine Gray will talk with Molly Larkey, Founder of the People's Pottery Project, an artist-driven initiative whose mission is to empower formerly incarcerated women, trans, and nonbinary individuals and their communities through the arts. ⁠ Join us on Facebook LIVE every Wednesday at NOON PT @SheAngels. Subscribe wherever pod…
 
Invest In Her host Catherine Gray talks with Dea Wilson, Founder of Lifograph. Known as “The Wiki of People,” Lifograph puts together an encyclopedia of the who’s who in Silicon Valley, and the tech industry in general, so that users can connect with VC’s, Angel Investors, and fellow entrepreneurs. ⁠ Join us on Facebook LIVE each Wednesday at NOON …
 
Phoebe Cummings is a Stafford-based artist working in clay. Importantly, she uses the material in its raw form – so unfired and unglazed – for sculptures that are usually site specific. Inspired by nature (either real or imagined), her pieces are ornate, fragile and, often, decay over time – giving them a wistful dynamism. The writer, Imogen Greenh…
 
A Deer Lake mother home-schooling her kids sends them back to school, in time to be potentially exposed to the coronavirus. A small business in Pasadena entices people to shop local without even leaving the couch, Port Aux Basques mayor will make a presentation against the costs of the Gulf ferry service, and the Town of Gander will soon be able to…
 
The League welcomes in Travis's brother, Kyle Landry, to share his expertise on the world of Pinball machines. Kyle has always has a passion for restoring old machines and shares the history and progression of the machines going back to the 1930s. Learn more about the key high value pinball machines and what the current day market looks like as thi…
 
Fears over increasing COVID cases in the Maritimes cause NL to temporarily leave Atlantic bubble, families will have to adjust to new isolation rules for rotational workers, psychologist offers coping tips for us during Covid-19's second wave, folklorist tells us how important historic gravesites are, and Brazilian music duo records an album in NL.…
 
Unwanted house guests, how to pick a new salon, and three new-ish reality shows. Ashley fights to save all the house plants, Nick has strong opinions about a barber shop, and Selena Gomez is very relatable and charming. Also! The plus and minuses of HBO Max’s Full Bloom, the joy that Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City continues to be, an…
 
Simon Griffiths is the co-founder and CEO of Who Gives a Crap, a toilet paper subscription startup that builds toilets in the developing world. Simon launched the business in 2012 with a crowdfunding campaign where he live-streamed himself sitting on a toilet for 50 hours, which attracted global media attention and generated 2.5 million social medi…
 
Deer Lake shuts down town office and arena complex amid cases of COVID-19 in the town, closure of antimony mine in Glenwood will hurt local economy, some trail users in Grand Falls-Windsor are upset with removal of beaver dams on trailways, and academic is researching the learning challenges of students who were "preemies."…
 
There might be two naked podcasters out here.Thank you for joining us again this week! We’re going to be talking about Firewatch, the first and currently only game from Campo Santo. Firewatch is a walking simulator mystery game set in a open world forest, but that really doesn’t get to the meat of why you should play this game. While the game world…
 
Ryan & Becca answer a listener's question regarding taking care of our bodies as we work in our studios. We cover topics from prepping clay, table surfaces, wheel height, position at the wheel, loading kilns, and packing/transporting work outside of the studio. We lastly touch on our personal health & wellness routines outside of the studio. Listen…
 
Martin Walters is a Bonsai artist and professional electrician from Auckland in New Zealand. His love of Bonsai originally came through his fascination with Japanese Culture and the martial arts. Martin works under the banner of "Kenzo Bonsai" where he holds regular workshops and demonstrations to his students and Bonsai friends. Martin's tutelage …
 
Peter Nixon talks about his work as a negotiator and change management consultant. Peter has trained, coached and consulted thousands of leaders and teams in over 600 companies and government bodies in nearly 60 countries around the world. We discuss negotiation strategies, the importance of open dialogue and communication strategies. Peter talks a…
 
Analyst weighs in on the suspension of a central Nfld. antimony mine, health care providers fight the pandemic - and "super bugs." Musician Ian Foster releases a new song, while putting together a video for a Christmas show, and two women say one way to combat the anxiety of the pandemic age is to decorate your home for Christmas - as earle as you …
 
Dawn Candy is an artist residing in Red Deer, Alberta. Dawn earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Lethbridge where she studied analytic philosophy and religious studies. Dawn then went on to study visual art at Red Deer College. Her work has been exhibited and collected internationally. Currently Dawn teaches community art classes in …
 
A runway at Gander, once designated as an emergency landing runway for the Space Shuttle, will close for the winter, online conversation will mark Trans Day of Remembrance, community theatre groups carry out their duty to entertain you during the pandemic, and Twillingate public library wants your old photos for on online Christmas display.…
 
Invest In Her host Catherine Gray talks with Chef Cat Cora about her Women’s Empowerment Culinary Internship Program to mentor, give back, and help women succeed in the culinary arts. ⁠ Join us on Facebook LIVE every Wednesday at NOON PT @SheAngels. Subscribe on Apple Podcast https://apple.co/3citN1I, Spotify https://spoti.fi/2ZUrFZc, or wherever p…
 
Tomáš Libertíny is an artist and designer, who was born in Slovakia but currently lives and works in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He burst into the wider consciousness with his Honeycomb Vase during Milan’s Design Week in 2007. For the extraordinary piece, Libertíny constructed vase-shaped beehive scaffolds and, essentially, let nature take its cour…
 
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