Talking Clay 7: Perspectives on a Passion
In our newest, and perhaps most unique episode to-date of Talking Clay, host Simon Levin goes back to school! Simon sat down with some local high schoolers and talks about art, ceramic objects, and life as an artist. Discussions about cultivating your own aesthetic, how to overcome frustration while making, and exposure to the ceramics field are just a few of the topics covered in this episode. (Scroll down for more!)
Video Download Only
Runtime: approximately 52 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.
You also get to see what Simon calls his “teaching collection” of pottery and listen in on the candid conversation about the work of other influential artists. You’ll be surprised to find that the some of the students’ questions prompted inspiring answers from Simon that are applicable not just to art, but also to life outside the studio … and the classroom.
We’d like to thank Ms. Tera Stockdale, Principal Kenton Lee, and the students of Columbus North International School in Ohio for hosting us and for all of their thoughtful questions.
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!