Yesterday on the blog, we announced the video release of the 2016 Conference Roundtable discussion on Fueling Creativity.  Today, we bring you a fresh new podcast episode on Fueling Innovation.  What will we fuel tomorrow?  Tune in and see!!! On today’s episode you will hear a panel discussion on fueling innovation in your studio practice with the 2016 emerging artists. Each year six early-career artists are commended at our conference for their […]

For this episode of NCECA 360 we have a group interview from our recent 50th anniversary conference in Kansas City. You will hear artists and educators David Macdonald, Sharif Bey, Gail Kendall and David Eichelberger discuss how mentorship has shaped their ceramic lives.For more information about NCECA 360, or the programming we have to offer please visit NCECA.net.” Listen in directly here! or Click Here to subscribe to the podcast feed!

Listen in to a discussion from the Seattle conference between Patti Warashina, Tip Toland and Wally Bivins on making meaningful art. Three Northwest ceramic sculptors who manipulate imagery in their narrative works will investigate what they strive to express and discover in creating works of ”substance”. Each will discuss the roles of passion, conviction and commitment in nurturing and maintaining an artist’s spirit and production over the course of a lifetime […]

On today’s episode of NCECA 360 we have a special presentation of Clay Stories from our Two Thousand fifteen conference in Providence, RI. Curated by Steven Branfman and Owen Dearing, Clay Stories features ceramic artists telling true stories in front of a live audience at our yearly NCECA conference. If you are a fan of the story telling podcasts the Moth Radio Hour or Risk you are going to love […]

“Moderator Adam Field talks with the 2015 Emerging Artists about their professional development and the difficulty of maintaining an authentic voice in a vast ocean of social media. The discussion includes Rachel Garceau, Andrew Casto, Kelly O’Briant, Roberto Lugo and Joanna Powell. The discussion was recorded at the 2015 NCECA conference in Providence, RI. You can listen & download it directly right here, or head over to iTunes and subscribe now to get […]

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We are very excited to announce the complete redesign and reintroduction of the NCECA Podcast, now known as NCECA 360.  For our inaugural episode we bring you: Ayumi Horie Alleghany Meadows Andy Brayman in a discussion of creative entrepreneurship.  You can listen & download it directly right here, or head over to iTunes and subscribe now to get all the future episodes delivered directly to your device! The NCECA 360 podcast […]

As we approach our 50th anniversary, the NCECA board has been looking at ways to expand the reach of the Council beyond our annual conference. This was a charge directly related to NCECA’s strategic plan and developed from asking questions about the role we could play in helping structure a national conversation around contemporary ceramics. Towards this end we have been developing meaningful partnerships with a number of organizations such […]

ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) The NCECA podcast has returned!  With big thanks to Ben Carter for all of his expertise and assistance, NCECA has been releasing a variety of episodes for our members to enjoy!  This season premiered in September with an episode recorded live at the 2014 Conference in Milwaukee, Igniting the Workshop Circuit.  Since then, we have made available Episode 18, Factory as Studio a panel moderated by […]

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NCECA is excited to announce the revival of our podcast!  This season premiers with an episode recorded live at the 2014 Conference in Milwaukee.  Igniting the Workshop Circuit, a popular panel led by moderator Tommy Frank with panelists Linda Arbuckle, Bill Griffith & Sandi Pierantozzi is available directly on the web here, or you can subscribe to it in iTunes and get new content delivered directly to you.   We have […]

NCECA is anxious to start getting conference content up online, but we need your help!  Our resources are, sadly, somewhat limited, so we must prioritize the sessions.  The best way you can tell us what you want to see online first is to use the NCECA App to provide feedback.  Within the app, for every session, you can identify that you attended and you can give it a rating of […]

Like Zach Morris in the 90s Television Series Saved by the Bell, I’m going to break character for a moment and speak personally….this is absolutely the number 1 presentation on my list for this conference.  I’ve been excited about this one since the board gathered to review all the programming proposals last May….A panel of giants in the clay world of social media…all with great personalities and beautiful work to […]

If you missed Janine Antoni’s Keynote Speech: At Home in the Body, at the 2013 NCECA Conference in Houston, do not fret.  For you are in luck, because you can now download and listen to this lecture as an NCECA Podcast!  Click here for the full, uncut one hour lecture.  An abstract of this lecture  also appears on page 40 of the NCECA Journal, vol. 34.  You can purchase a copy in the […]

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If you missed the panel on “Kohler residencies” moderated by Susan Barnett at the 2013 NCECA Conference in Houston, do not fret.  For you are in luck, because you can now download and listen to this lecture as an NCECA Podcast! Click here for the full, uncut one hour panel podcast. An abstract of this lecture also appears on page 96 in the NCECA Journal, vol. 34.  You can purchase a copy in […]

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If you missed Namita Gupta Wiggers Distinguished Lecture: Navigating Whiteout Conditions, at the 2013 NCECA Conference in Houston, do not fret.  For you are in luck, because you can now download and listen to this lecture as an NCECA Podcast!  Click here for the full, uncut one hour lecture.  An abstract of this lecture  also appears on page 99 of the NCECA Journal, vol. 34.  You can purchase a copy […]

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