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Conversations with the Objective Clay Artist Collective

Objective Clay is a collective of twelve ceramic artists that developed out of the Utilitarian Clay Symposium at Arrowmont back in the fall of 2012. The goal of the group is to support one another and contribute to the broader clay community. In the summer of 2016, Objective Clay traveled to Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine for two weeks working together in the studio. While there, they created a series of videos capturing the individual thoughts and processes that go into making one of their favorite ceramic objects, the cup, as well as why they make art and how they developed their successful careers.

Lucky for us, they have decided to share them with the CLAYflicks audience. Just added: Bryan Hopkins! Check out Bryan’s full interview below, along with interviews of Doug Peltzman, Sunshine Cobb, and Jen Allen. Stay tuned! We’ll be adding more videos soon!

  • Doug Peltzman

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Comments
  • Nancy S.

    I known what you’re saying. I always have said that making pots and golf have so much in common. Choices, timing, selection of tools, focus and intention are so much a part of both activities

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