(L to R: Nancy Fuller, Lindsay Oesterritter, Zac Chalmers)

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a mega panel discussion on the state of wood firing around the world. We start by talking about gender dynamics in the artists home countries before moving onto the environmental impact of firing and finding one’s voice in the process. The panel features Lindsay Oesterritter (USA), Nancy Fuller (SCT), Robin Dupont (CAN), Zac Chalmers (AUS), Tristan Chambaud-Heraud (FRA), Shikamaru Takeshita (JPN), John Neely (USA), and Linda Lid (NOR). For more information on each artist visit www.culturalconfluencewoodfiresymposium.com/artists. The panel was recorded at the Cultural Confluence Wood Fire Symposium, held in Helena, MT in October 2018.

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 I want to send a special thank you to the Studio Potter Journal for sponsoring this episode of the podcast. Since 1972, the Studio Potter non-profit organization has promoted the discussion of technology, criticism, aesthetics, and history within the ceramic’s community, through their semi-annual print and online journal. Many guests of this podcast have written for the journal and you can find those articles along with more information and more information about how to subscribe at www.studiopotter.org.

(L to R: Robin Dupont, John Neely, Linda Lid, Tristan Chambaud-Heraud, Shikamaru Takeshita)