Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast podcast

461: Rebecca Hutchinson on paper, clay, and Re-Generation

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Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Rebecca Hutchinson. Her 2022 installation Re-Generation at the Everson Museum featured cocoon-like vessels that were surfaced with drawings of a rare central New York Orchids done by artist Mallory Wetherell. This work highlights environmental sustainability and hybridity, two themes that recur throughout Hutchinson’s career. In our interview we talk about structural concepts she’s learned from observing animal habitats, blending paper and clay, as well as her role as a professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. For more information visit www.rebeccahutchinson.com.


I’m happy to announce that I’ll be jurying The Clay Center of New Orleans upcoming exhibition “Less is More”. This juried exhibition is open to ceramic vessels, sculptures, and wall-mounted works, and celebrates earthenware clay and low-fire surface techniques. Application deadline is April 15th so visit www.nolaclay.org/calls-for-entries to apply today.


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