Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a lecture from Sandy Lockwood. A gifted clay worker for many decades, Sandy discusses how morphogenic making and bodily learning can be a foundation for understanding the practice of wood firing. Sandy recently completed a PhD in Creative Arts from University of Wollongong and is currently a lecturer at the National Art School, Sydney. For more information visit www.sandylockwood.com.au. The lecture was given at the Cultural Confluence Wood Fire Symposium, held in Helena, MT in October 2018.

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