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Conversations with creatives who FOUND – or re-found – their CREATIVITY as adults. We’ll explore their childhood experiences of the arts, discuss how they came to the artistic practices they now love, and consider the barriers to creativity that they experienced between the two. My guests are proponents of visual, written and performing arts, with similarities and wild differences in their experiences. We’ll explore what it is that people value and gain from their new-found artistic experien ...
 
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 ...
 
Ryan Durbin (@rdceramics) & Becca Otis (@5linespottery) share their experiences as potters, makers, small business owners, and creatives. Becca is a full time production potter & makes her own work as well, 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 ot ...
 
Get obsessed with us. Five days a week, Pop Culture Happy Hour serves you recommendations and commentary on the buzziest movies, TV, music, books, videogames and more. Join arts journalists Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, Stephen Thompson, and Aisha Harris - plus a rotating cast of guest pop culture aficionados. The Happy Hour team leaves room at the table for exploring a range of reactions and opinions on every bit of the pop universe. From lowbrow to highbrow to the stuff in between, they take ...
 
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 ...
 
This is Primal Instinct Podcast a highly inappropriate but somewhat philosophical pod, brought to you by the Italian/American host Carolina Bruscoli, and the French/Italian cohost Emilie Brillante. These two are going to tell you all their deepest darkest secrets and boy oh boy do they have plenty! Follow these two curious rascals as they try out a new skill or hobby each week for the sake of learning something new, and get to laugh at their failures with them!
 
Looking for a new craft podcast to listen to? We’ve Made It is a fun and creative series brought to you by Gathered.how. Join Zoe Williams and Sarah Orme for a relaxing chat about their latest craft projects, expert advice on how to solve common crafting problems, plus regular guests (including a few famous faces!). There will also be special bonus episodes when the Great British Sewing Bee is on the air. Make sure you keep listening to the end of each episode to discover their projects of t ...
 
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 somethin ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Are you ready to be converted to living a gardening life? Each week, join Carol Michel and Dee Nash, both passionate gardeners, authors, and long-time bloggers, as they chat over the garden fence about flowers, veggies, and all the best dirt on gardening. Carol and Dee have the audacity to call themselves gardenangelists, evangelists for gardening, and want everyone to dig in the dirt, sow a few seeds, and enjoy the simple pleasures and even a few pitfalls of a gardening life. If you are rea ...
 
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 ...
 
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Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Channing and Leah Smithson. The LA-based couple are artists and co-hosts of the podcast Vessel: Art as a Doorway. In our interview we talk about their creative practices in ceramics and painting, as well as their forays into digital art and NFT’s. We also discuss the genesis …
 
Ashley Lieb, the owner of HoneyCreekPottery, finds her truth, spirit, and therapy within the use and formation of clay. Working with clay, children, and adults alike to share the therapeutic and creative benefits of clay, is a life calling of Ashley's. She has been professionally working with clay for the last 6 years in Asheville. She is on the bo…
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Katia McGuirk of Moravian Pottery and Tileworks. Katia talked about the history of Moravian and how tile making technology has evolved to adapt to health standards and environmentally safe practices. We also discussed skilled workforce development and the need to inspire a new workforce …
 
Tasha Renee' is a Potter from Sacramento, CA who loves to experiment with form, function, and surface decoration as a way to express their creativity through ceramics. Tasha loves carving, underglaze, and leaving raw-unglazed surfaces to highlight the beauty of different clay bodies. Tasha is finding a groove in sharing their art with the world. Ta…
 
Welcome to Pottery Shorts, brought to you by The Potter’s Round Table, the topic for this episode is Glazes and Disappearing Colors. Have you ever mixed your own glaze, expecting one color, and you find the color has disappeared or turned into a color that was a surprise? In this episode Phil discusses why we get some unexpected results and why som…
 
Carol and Dee discuss Verbascum flowers, basil, herbal houseplants, and pottery. Some links: Carol's blog post about methods of harvesting Dee's blog post about her rainy garden. Carol's blog post about getting lost in the garden Verbascum flowers and seeds from Burpee Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' on Gardener's World Everleaf Thai Towers basil f…
 
This week on The Archaeology Show, we discuss three exciting Archaeology Articles and News stories. First, two obsidian flakes from central Oregon have been found in an early Holocene settlement in Lake Huron. Second, an extensive cemetery in Poland gives the Wielbark civilization its name. And finally, researchers in Arizona have programmed a comp…
 
Ryan & Becca chat with another good friend in clay, Heidi Fahrenbacher from Bella Joy Pottery. She graciously shares some great insights about slip casting, wholesale, stressful art shows, pricing your work, a viral Instagram post, mental health, small business finances, & things to be happy about. We also wrap up with a new "What would you do if?"…
 
Studying at Guildhall School of Music and Drama is challenging and invigorating, rigorous and demanding, and the standard of tuition is world class. This episode’s guest studied there as a mature student, and is grateful for the experience, which burnt through her savings and tested her energy. Find out how Maxyne Ryan ticked that one off her bucke…
 
A recent article discussing the discover of over 200 child burials in Canada has brought the Canadian Residential School system back into the light. The schools were for First Nations children to be indoctrinated into white society. They striped children of languangen and identity and forced them into gender-typical labor. it was a horrifying time …
 
Before Hamilton made him a household name, Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the music and lyrics for the musical In The Heights. The Broadway production won four Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The film adaptation, directed by Jon M. Chu, stars Anthony Ramos as Usnavi. He hopes to return to the Dominican Republic, where he can live out the dream of hi…
 
Join us as we kick off a new season by bringing your favorite lamb related item and watching five comedians compete in completing bizarre tasks in the funniest ways in Taskmaster on youtube. S04E06 || https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhxhHEI3Exk || Theme Song: "Crooked Mile (slinky rock mix)" by Hans Atom || Outro: "I dunno" by grapes…
 
PARTY PARTY PARTY! Come to an island off the coast of Spain to spend a weekend drinking at the beach and the club. You'll have employees of the hotel assigned to show you the best time (to an ethically questionable degree), and it'll be the best weekend of your life even though you can't remember. We watched The Magaluf Weekender on ITV. S03E01 || …
 
The 2013 horror film The Conjuring made more than $300 million and spawned a blockbuster cinematic universe. The main Conjuring movies center on the heavily fictionalized accounts of two real-life demon-hunters, played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, who solve paranormal mysteries. In the new, third film in the series, The Conjuring: The Devil …
 
After 20 seasons, multiple marriages, babies and scandals, Keeping Up With the Kardashians is finally coming to a close. The E! reality series is leaving behind quite a legacy (or wreckage) in its wake. It's the end of a reality-TV era, but whatever your tolerance for the brand, the Kardashians won't be disappearing from American culture any time s…
 
Dee and Carol talk about growing hollyhocks and nasturtiums, plus the strange phenomenon which was the Cottingley fairies. A few links: Hollyhocks listed on All-America Selections Nasturtiums listed on All-America Selections Blog Post: Grow Some History with All-America Selections On the Bookshelf: All About Flowers: James Vick's Nineteenth-Century…
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome Steve Randolph, owner of J&S Collectibles in Putnam, CT to discuss comic book market speculation and the everchanging world of owning a comic book store. Learn more about how comic book stores have changed since the 90s, what kills a book in the market and some hot comic picks for your future investment. Hosted by Tr…
 
Kat & Harry Dellamater creates whimsical, highly detailed, free form ceramic tile along with their own steel frames in their studio/fabrication shop in the mountains above Boise, Idaho. Kat & Harry met and married on their property over 30 years ago and have been professional artists for the last 10 years.…
 
The Glorious Free Republic of Yorkshire is the mightiest new nation state that emerged a few decades ago from the troubled era that was early 21st century Britain. In this special episode, I go undercover at Chipperswamp Circus to discover the truth behind a series of mysterious disappearances. All the (government approved) info and entertainment y…
 
Bo Burnham's new Netflix special Inside is not stand-up comedy. It's one-man isolation theater, shot in one enclosed space and bursting with musical performances and video sendups of genres from sad-dude acoustic guitar songs to '80s synth pop. Filmed over more than a year of pandemic disruption, it's whimsical, biting, empathetic and full of earwo…
 
Looking for ways to explore your own creativity? Cass Sabo of Oxford Weaving Studio (see S1 Ep3) teaches weaving workshops for all ages. And she's also designed her own Oxford Frame Loom. Find out more, and check out a special discount from Cass at the end of the episode. Music: Day Trips by Ketsa https://ketsa.uk/under Creative Commons License htt…
 
This week we have 3 stories of Archaeology in the news. First, the oldest petroglyphs in Scotland, and also the only animal shapes, were discovered by an amateur archaeologist. Second, we discuss new developments in lithic dating using OSL. And finally, a large scale environmental survey on an Air Force base is announced in Wyoming. Links 'An incre…
 
Ryan & Becca sit down for a conversation with Link Henderson, owner of Kentucky Mudworks & Dirty Girls Pottery Tools, to go in depth about clay & tools. We learn how Kentucky Mudworks begun almost 20 years ago and how Dirty Girls Pottery Tools came about. We also answer a number of listener questions related to finding the right clay body for you, …
 
Ryan "RnB" Barber is a proud staple of Asheville NC's legendary music scene, at the forefront of its funk and R&B community. Drawing from a lifetime of singing, rapping, producing and touring across the nation, Ryan has released 6 full length studio albums. He has also been featured on many high profile projects, including producing on two of R&B s…
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Matthew Metcalf of the Bucks County Community College Historic Preservation program, and Natalie Henshaw of the Campaign for Historic Trades and Preservation Maryland. Our discussion focused on workforce development in the historic trades, and how to bridge the labor gap in our industry.…
 
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