Talking Clay 5: Perspectives on a Passion

In this edition of the Talking Clay series, Simon Levin sits down with artists (and husband and wife) Tyler Lotz and Erin Furimsky, to chat about their lives as artists, teachers, parents, plus the joys and challenges that come along with that lifestyle.

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Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes

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Purchased downloads are available to download for three days. Video files are compatible with Quicktime Player, Windows Media Player, and most other current video players. They are delivered as zip files containing the video files, and they require a broadband Internet connection to download (at 4 Mbps, this file can take 30–45 minutes to download.). Do not attempt with a dial-up connection.

Plus, Erin and Tyler played a hilarious Talking Clay version of the Newlywed Game (though we’re calling ours the “Oldlywed Game” since Erin and Tyler aren’t exactly newlyweds).

Like what you see? Download the whole conversation, or subscribe to CLAYflicks to see this and all the other videos in the Ceramic Arts Network Collection!

Talking Clay 5: Perspectives on a Passion

In this edition of the Talking Clay series, Simon Levin sits down with artists (and husband and wife) Tyler Lotz and Erin Furimsky, to chat about their lives as artists, teachers, parents, plus the joys and challenges that come along with that lifestyle.

$4.97

Video Download Only

Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Sneak a peek!

Purchased downloads are available to download for three days. Video files are compatible with Quicktime Player, Windows Media Player, and most other current video players. They are delivered as zip files containing the video files, and they require a broadband Internet connection to download (at 4 Mbps, this file can take 30–45 minutes to download.). Do not attempt with a dial-up connection.

Plus, Erin and Tyler played a hilarious Talking Clay version of the Newlywed Game (though we’re calling ours the “Oldlywed Game” since Erin and Tyler aren’t exactly newlyweds).

Like what you see? Download the whole conversation, or subscribe to CLAYflicks to see this and all the other videos in the Ceramic Arts Network Collection!

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