8 days left to show Ben Carter and The Tales of a Red Clay Rambler some love.

I’d heard Ben’s voice for quite a while before getting to meet him in 2013 at Arrowmont. The Tales of  Red Clay Rambler are a constant in my studio. They inspire, challenge me and keep me up to date with current artists and how they are affecting the art world, the market and our lives.

Ben had somehow convinced me to be a guest on the podcast. An honor I wasn’t convinced I was worthy of, but an experience I won’t soon forget.  An insightful and extensively knowledgeable interviewer, Ben is a blessing in our field. His generosity and time and efforts to bring us this amazing podcast should be acknowledged. So if you can please help support Ben through his Kickstarter project to bring us another season of The Tales of a Red Clay Rambler.

Help fund the third season of this thought-provoking podcast exploring the lives of creative people around the world.

Read more about the project and what your financial support can assist with here on Kickstarter.
And find Ben and the podcast here.

podcast thursdays: Slate’s Political GabFest

Slate’s Political
GabFest
A weekly news show that is self described at the “kind of
informal and irreverent discussion Washington journalists have after hours over
drinks.” I love the casual approach that Slate’s Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson,
and David Plotz have to talking about serious political issues of the day.
Their knowledge of politics is equally matched by their quick-witted jabs at
each other’s opinions.
Visit http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/gabfest.html
to listen to the latest episode or find the show on iTunes.
Visit Ben’s blog to listen to the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast. Discussion about clay, culture, and travel at www.talesofaredclayrambler.com

podcast thursdays: The Moth- Charlene Strong- It Wasn’t Enough

The Moth- Charlene
Strong- It Wasn’t Enough
The Moth showcases riveting first person stories told in
front of a live audience by America’s best storytellers. In this episode
Charlene Strong tells a story of love and loss. Visit http://themoth.org/posts/storytellers/charlene-strong
to watch a video of the performance or find the podcast on iTunes.
“Charlene Strong is a
Human Rights Commissioner and advocate for equality. Her story and fight for
family rights were critical in helping to pass landmark domestic partnership
legislation in Washington state. Charlene is the subject of the award winning
documentary, For My Wife…, chronicling the making of an activist.”
Visit the blog to listen to the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast. Discussion about clay, culture, and travel at www.talesofaredclayrambler.com