Anyone can fill a growler, but not everyone can fill their growler with custom made artwork. Unless of course, you contact Tim Carlburg. Tim has been making one of a kind growlers for people and breweries across the globe finding a niche in a market powered by people ready for their next fill of craft beer. His ingenuity and craftsmanship are what make Tim's business one of a kind, just like his growlers.
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BY CLIVE BOWEN
@ VOL 1
ON SEP 22, 2012
Potter Clive Bowen recounts his journey from his years at Cardiff College of Art, where he pursued painting and etching. He held several positions after school which led to his focus of earthenware pottery. He shows slides of his work, and explains why he loves the forms and techniques which appear most frequently in his craftwork.
The Pottery Workshop
BY DRYDEN WELLS
@ VOL 21
ON APR 11, 2013
"Our cornerstone workshop is located in a place called Jingdezhen, which is known as the place where porcelain was invented during the Song Dynasty."
In "The Pottery Workshop" from PechaKucha Night Shanghai Vol. 21, Dryden Wells talks about The Pottery Workshop -- a ceramics-making community and business located in Jingdezhen. Dryden goes over the history of the work space, and the vast array of programs it runs. The studio offers a variety of ceramics classes, and regularly hosts arts events for the local populace.
Why Name a Beer After Poe?
BY STEPHEN DEMCZUK
@ VOL 2
ON FEB 20, 2014
Eagar Allen Poe's life, legend, and macabre tales have entertained and fascinated the world for years. Brewer Stephen Demczuk combines his fascination with Poe and his passion for beer to create a new and unique way to merchandize beer.
David Taylor Pottery
BY DAVID TAYLOR
Potter, David Taylor, from Nashville shows his work and discusses his creative process. He first started pottery at Vanderbilt community classes and Mid-South Ceramics. He continues this hobby now as a student of Vince Pitelka at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville, TN.
Bringing a Big Boat Back to Life
BY LIZ MCENANEY
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 04, 2016
Liz McEnaney is an urban historian and preservatioist who has worked in exotic locales such as Maputo, New Delhi, and even New York City! She co-founded BldgBlok - an app that provides tourists with location-based historic content.
Liz's latest restoration project is a big one! The SS Columbia - America's oldest excursion steamship - is making its way back to the Hudson River - listen to her tale of bringing the ship back to life!
Learn more about the SS Columbia project here
The Journey of Life Through the Vessel
BY CORRINA SEPHORA
@ VOL 30
ON AUG 21, 2016
Corrina Sephora is a well known artist and sculpture here in Atlanta, having worked in the city for some years now. She joins us for Vol 30 to speak about a theme in her work, that of boats, a theme that spans media beyond her known metal work. Listen in for Corrina's 20x20!
The Mystery of Mimbres Pottery
BY ROSLYN FASSETT
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 25, 2017
While traveling through the Gila Wilderness area in New Mexico, Roslyn Fassett drove into the valley of the Mimbres people. Always having been attracted by tribal art, she focused on Mimbres pottery. Their polychrome clay bowls are greatly valued today. Rediscovered in the last century, valued and looted, the designs illustrate aspects of their everyday lives, ritual and otherworldly beliefs.
BY MATTHEW CUMMINGS
@ VOL 26
ON FEB 08, 2018
This is the journey of a “classically” trained glassblower into the tipsy world of brewing. Matthew Cummings discusses how those two passions intersect, and why in the hell someone would even think to open a glassblowing studio and brewery together. Craft Beer has become as much a part of my artistic expression as sculpture and glassware design. This is Craft(ed) Beer.
Not Yet Perfect Pottery
BY LUCY ABOAGYE
@ VOL 25
ON AUG 22, 2019
Lucy Aboagye - Not Yet Perfect Pottery
Not Yet Perfect is a ceramic business that strives not only to make beautiful pottery, but also to beautiful creative experiences, soul soothing spaces, magical moments and idea inducing workshops.
Ceramics are what set the table and create a place for people to come together, eat together, have deep conversation and create beautiful lasting memories.
At Not Yet Perfect we will continue to create perfectly imperfect connection, beautifully flawed ceramics, and extend this spirit of liberation to the beholders of our creations.