Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Mallory Wetherell. Her ceramic vessels are decorated with crisp drawings of symbolic elements, such as hair, internal organs, and clothing, which create a biographical sketch of her daily life. In our interview we talk about teaching in a rural environment, how an early interest in prosthetic design and medical drawing shapes her aesthetic, and how politics and parenting have changed her studio practice. For more information visit www.mallorywetherell.com.
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Community Corkboard, 6/26:
Make and Do is hosting their first annual Canadian cup show, titled Plenty. To enter you must be a Canadian citizen and the deadline for submissions is July 1st. For more information visit www.makeanddo.ca/call-for-entry.