Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Ann Shaner. Along with her husband David Shaner, she was instrumental in the success of the Archie Bray Foundation during the late 1960’s. In our interview we talk about 35 years teaching in the public schools, her time at the Archie Bray Foundation, and moving to Big Fork, MT, where she and David raised their four kids. To read more about Ann’s experience check out the “Wives” article she and Gertrude Ferguson wrote in Vol. 20 No. 1 of The Studio Potter journal www.studiopotter.org.
Community Corkboard, 9/6/19:
Today’s event is the Brooklyn Pottery Invitational happening this weekend September 6th-8th at The Old American Can Factory in Brooklyn, New York. The event features twelve potters including Ryan Greenheck, Lois Aronow, Doug Peltzman, Brenda Quinn and many more. Each artist will be demonstrating one facet of their work throughout the weekend, as well as having new work to sell. For more information visit www.brooklynpotteryinvitational.com.
I’d like to thank Amaco/Brent for sponsoring the community cork board. Brent Equipment is celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year and have created a Limited Edition Black CXC wheel. Brent equipment is made in the USA with high quality, locally sourced materials, which allows them to provide an industry leading 10-year warranty. For more information visit www.amaco.com. To have your event or comment featured on the Community Corkboard, send me an email through the contact link at www.talesofaredclayrambler.com/contact.