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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Two Friends Talk History is a podcast where public historian, Zofia, chats with scholars, archaeologists, researchers and more to explore fascinating histories, look behind the scenes and ask the big question that's missing in much academic discourse: so what? Why is this relevant today? Carrying on from season 1 in which Zofia and Liam explored the ancient world through stories and interviews, season 2 invites new friends to Two Friends. Find me on Instagram at Two Friends Talk History and ...
 
The podcast that takes archaeology exactly as seriously as it deserves. Two real professors of archaeology and one guy from a fake institution discuss cutting edge archaeological discoveries at a high professional level using technical knowledge and stuff. A scholarly podcast for the discerning listener, it’s handmade, artisanal, and bespoke! Critics say, “A cheeky and irreverent take,” and “the good kind of shenanigans.” Other critics say, “damaging to archaeology,” and “deeply discreditabl ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
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 ...
 
The TokyoSpark podcast brings you interesting things to discover in Tokyo and Japanese culture. Our semi-sometimes episodes are based on our semi-sometimes issues that we publish for our members -- delivered directly to your inbox.Fun and interesting things about Tokyo and Japanese culture -- not politics, news, and other boring information. Just the good stuff. Hand-picked and delivered so you can make the most of Tokyo.
 
Also on iTunes Spotify YouTube and Stitcher - Links from: https://stuartwilliams.net/bluematchbox-live Conversations about pottery and ceramics with Grant Pratt and Louise Atkinson from Bluematchbox gallery and Tilehurst Pottery in Berkshire UK. Thanks for listening. Bluematchbox video podcasts and other films: https://youtu.be/9lNZZQcIxFk www.bluematchbox.co.uk www.louiseatkinson.com www.stuartwilliams.net
 
Richard Pryce talks to entrepreneurs who share their story about how they managed their entrepreneurial journey and what they would have liked to know before getting started. Our mission is to help business owners elevate to the next level. More about It's Just Business HQ: We help small business owners, who are struggling with building online awareness and customer loyalty, and want to set their business up for the next level of growth. Follow on IG: https://instagram.com/itsjustbusinesshq ...
 
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 ...
 
Do you believe Teresa Giudice’s table flip is just as iconic as a Sopranos beatdown? Did you Kim-Kardashian-ugly-cry when Angela and Michael finally tied the knot on 90 Day? You’re not alone, the messy women of reality television have made us feel seen! Table Flipping is here to unpack the way women are portrayed on reality TV and gush about the characters, fashion choices and iconic blowups that occupy (probably) too much space in our brains.Each week actress Taylor Misiak (Dave) and writer ...
 
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Emma Baird is a jeweler in Edinburgh, Scotland, who started her adventures with Clay in 2019. Emma started out by making some simple plaster molds and slip casting porcelain that she coloured with mason stains, before trying out some experimental glaze pours on slab built stoneware plates. Emma's discovery of the endless possibilities with glazing …
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Seth Green. The clean lines and expanding silhouettes of his functional pots show a love for metal working and architecture. In our interview we talk about how a breakthrough moment in Chile lead to a new body of work, developing metallic manganese glazes, and how his level o…
 
Every year, hundreds of clay sculptures of horses, cows, and bulls are dedicated across Tamil Nadu to the god Ayyanar. Anirudh Kanisetti speaks to photographer and filmmaker Julie Wayne about the worship of this deity and what it tells us about local religions and transforming economies in rural Tamil Nadu. Contact Julie for access to the documenta…
 
Brazilian goalkeeper Lucas Covolan joined Port Vale this summer at the age of 30, after a 15 year journey through the lower leagues in his homeland, in Spain and in this country where his heroics for Torquay United in their playoff final in June, secured him a move away to Vale Park and a chance to play league football under Darrell Clarke. His is …
 
Week 9 Storyteller: Kemlyn Tan Bappe is a multi-disciplinary artist with expressions in poetry, theatre, spoken word, visual art and dance originally from Singapore, working as a special education teacher in Arizona. She is on the Youtube Webshow, "The Poets Reacts" by The Poetry Global Network. Her poems have published by SingLit Station and Squir…
 
The 16th century saw the emergence of famous Rajput aristocratic households such as the Sisodias of Mewar - but it also saw the career of remarkable military entrepreneurs from relatively humble backgrounds, such as Silhadi of Raisen. Anirudh Kanisetti and Aditya Ramanathan explore his career and that of his descendants, and what it tells us about …
 
A government’s responsiveness to citizen’s preferences is dependent on a host of factors. In this episode, Suman Joshi and Sarthak Pradhan, discuss the dynamics between the three agents - politicians, bureaucrats, and citizens - and look at how these dynamics shape the government's delivery of goods and services to citizen’s preferences. Check out …
 
In this episode, Zofia is joined by archaeologist and University of Edinburgh PhD candidate, James R. Page! James shares his insights into how Romans dealt with the changing and often dangerous environment of river transportation, and how local resilience and adaptation changed landscapes in their pursuit of water management! I hope you enjoy the e…
 
Claire Wilcox is best know for her work as senior curator of fashion at the V&A, where she has staged shows such as Radical Fashion, Vivienne Westwood, The Golden Age of Couture: Paris and London 1947-57, and Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, as well as launching the genuinely groundbreaking, Fashion in Motion in 1999. She is also professor in fash…
 
Biobanks, which are repositories of human biological materials, will shape the future of life science research. This means India needs laws to govern biobanks, that address issues like ethics, data protection, and consent. In this episode, Shambhavi Naik and Priyal D'almeida discuss the importance of biobanking, the regulations currently in place, …
 
It must be very odd for a lad from Stoke on Trent to be suddenly representing your mum’s home nation of Chile, especially when you don’t speak Spanish, but that’s exactly what’s happened to Blackburn Rovers Ben Brereton Diaz in the last 12 months, who recently lined up against the likes of Messi and Neymar in the Copa America! A little closer to ho…
 
Travis, James, Kevin and Joel are celebrating Travis's recent engagement at Disney World by discussing Disney collectibles! With Disney's long history, which collectibles are the ones you want to avoid? More important, which Disney collectibles should you invest in? Park exclusive items, Disney Pins, animation cels and even Disney Militaria? Hosted…
 
Laura Crosland creates wheel thrown pottery intricately carved with geometric patterns and distinctive glazes, alongside a range of tableware in her studio in St Ives, Cornwall. Laura studied ceramics at Wolverhampton University before working for potters Peter Beard and Penny Simpson before 2 years at the Leach Pottery as a production potter.…
 
Host: Gareth Davies. Produced by The Sound Boutique. Gareth chats to John Sewell, the founder of online art marketplace Cosimo, about supporting artists and monetising creativity. Links Cosimo website: https://bit.ly/3DxWswZ Cosimo on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3mJUELn Cosimo on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3gPv0AZ Everything screenless: https://bio.lin…
 
The Apple v Epic Games lawsuit recently culminated in a 185-page judgment that has implications for the future of in-app purchases on the App Store. While the 30% cut that Apple places on developers is going to stay, Apple is now not allowed to prohibit developers from including links, buttons, and calls to action in apps and metadata. Prateek Wagh…
 
Over the last three months, Chinese leader Xi Jinping has appointed several new generals in the People’s Liberation Army. The head of the Western Theatre Command, which is responsible for India, has been changed four times in just the past year. Suyash Desai and Aditya Ramanathan discuss what’s driving these changes and what they might mean for Ind…
 
In this episode, I chat about dropping my youngest off at college and the transition to the empty nest! Also, all the journaling, quilting, knitting, and reading that it takes to cope with that! For complete show notes visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.By Kristin Esser
 
And we're back! Season 2 kicks off with our new and improved formula starting with our recap of Anthropology 101 and includes your favourite Old White Man Say's as well as a modified Brads pick of the week This weeks episode has the group start Anthropology 101 with a new professor June Bower played by the loveable Betty White, although the episode…
 
Susan Widlake studied Russian and Bulgarian at university. After that she turned to accountancy, even though she ‘didn’t really like maths that much’. She travelled a lot for her work in the finance and pharmaceutical industries, but at the weekends she would enjoy sewing projects, and even had a little travelling craft box to dip into on train jou…
 
An interview with Mona, owner of The Prickly Pear and Prickly Pear Body. The Prickly Pear is a nursery with purpose located in Sacramento, CA - where they offer a special program for developmentally challenged adults to practice garden therapy. They provide a stunningly landscaped space with an emphasis on inclusivity for all and sustainability for…
 
Alyssa and Taylor discuss some big life updates that happened while they took a summer break, get into Britney Spears engagement and Amelia Gray's blessed breakup. They discuss all the drama happening on Bachelor in Paradise and how Kenny is still the MVP. Then they recap the whirlwind of stories coming from Erika Jayne on Real Housewives of Beverl…
 
The Tibetan Plateau is one of Asia's most important geopolitical regions, and it has shaped the history and culture of the continent in deep and abiding ways. Anirudh Kanisetti speaks to researcher Shivam Bahuguna to understand the intricacies of medieval Tibet. (Correction: The scholar mentioned by Shivam is Diane Weston, not Diane Watson). Follow…
 
Paul Lowe Was born and raised in Oslo Norway where he spent his childhood cooking and crafting with his Grandmother. Paul worked as a food and prop stylist all over Europe before settling in NYC 15 years ago. Paul's love of ceramics started 7 years ago after taking a class.... It was love at first slab. Paul describes his style as heavily influence…
 
Minimum Support Prices have been integral to Indian agriculture for decades. Sarthak Pradhan and Suman Joshi discuss the hows and whys of MSPs with Takshashila's alumni Saurabh Karamchandani and Rakesh Kumar Yadav. The discussion traces the trajectory of the MSP regime from its origins to the multiple market failures it has caused. This episode is …
 
Billy Sharp is Sheffield United through and through, and in his third spell with his boyhood club, the 35 year old goalscoring captain shows no sign of stopping any time soon, and is targeting another impressive haul this season and hopefully a new contract with the blades. Elsewhere, Clem catches up with Ian Evatt, who’s had a short but very impre…
 
Piet Hein Eek is a world renowned Dutch designer, who made his name when he graduated from the Academy for Industrial Design Eindhoven in 1990 with a cupboard made from scraps of wood he found in a lumber yard. He set up his own practice three years later creating furniture that, in his words, was designed from ‘available possibilities’, with piece…
 
India needs to generate more than 20 million jobs every year to provide opportunities to its working population. However, even before the pandemic, it only produced somewhere between a million and 4.3 million jobs a year. One way to generate more jobs could be to build new cities, which need people to build and run them. In this episode, Sridhar Kr…
 
An interview with author and Ethnomycologist, Jeff Chilton. Jeff has nearly 50 years of experience studying and cultivating mushrooms. He is the president of Nammex, a company specializing in mushroom extracts. He is also the founder of mushroom supplement company, Real Mushrooms. In this interview Jeff outlines the numerous health benefits of mush…
 
In this episode: *Discarded Chocolate, 1: Rudy and LaDonna* *Discarded Chocolate, 2: Jack and Darlene* *Discarded Chocolate, 3: Bobby and Julia*. Poet, novelist, and singer/songwriter Phillip Henry Christopher spent his early years in France, Germany, and Greece. His nomadic family then took him to Mississippi, Georgia, Ohio, and Vermont, before se…
 
Travis, James, Kevin and Joel are discussing all the tips and trick to deciphering signatues on whatever it is you have signed! If you do have a signed piece, is trying to figure out who signed worth your time? Art, Comics, and even Weapons can all have these signatures, but when are they valuable? Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Brun…
 
Rebecca McClure is a ceramic artist from Victoria, British Columbia in Canada, the territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples. She began working with clay in 1991, but previously studied art education, theatre design, and art history at the University of Calgary. Rebecca creates work with a modern vibe, using classic forms, stark contrasts, and vibrant col…
 
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