Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Mary Cale Wilson. Through her multifaceted art practice, which includes sculpture, vessel making, and painting, Wilson explores ideas of womanhood and labor. In our interview we talk about using art to reconcile personal privilege, developing a personal iconography, and the ideas behind her installation Betrayal at Ebenezer. Wilson is currently living in San Diego, CA where she is teaching ceramics at San Diego State University. To see examples of her work visit www.marycale.com.

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Community Corkboard, 9/18/19:

Today’s event is an exhibition by ceramic artist Brett Kern titled The Lost World at the Erie Art Museum in Erie, PA. The exhibition features a series of new sculptures referencing 1980s’ pop icons Sylvester Stallone, Weird Al Yankovic and the cinematic classic Jurassic Park. There will be a reception Sept. 20th, 2019 and the show will be on display until August 16th, 2020. To find out more about the exhibition visit www.erieartmuseum.org.

 

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