On May 15, 2020, we visited the studio of Carole Epp for our second LIVE episode of Talking Clay. Here's the recording for those of you who missed it! Enjoy!
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Carole uses P300 white mid-range porcelaneous stoneware from Plainsman Clays. Carole bisques to cone 04 with a 10-minute soak at top temperature. Carole glazes to cone 6 in an electric kiln with a 10-minute soak at top temperature.
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The Talking Clay Field Trip series was started in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, as a learning tool for potters who were suddenly left without access to a studio, or students and teachers who found themselves thrust into remote learning. Hosted by Simon Levin, the field trips feature great conversations, some demonstrations, and a peek into the studios of some of the greatest makers in our field.
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