220: Tracy Gamble on how a career in acting prepared her to be better teacher
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Tracy Gamble. After a long career as an actor and then librarian, Gamble now focuses on ceramics full time in her role as studio potter for the American Art Clay Company. When not working in her Plainville, IN studio she teaches workshops on glazing techniques at art centers and conferences. In the interview we talk about the value of repetition in learning, working for Amaco, and how to work a trade show without losing your mind. For more information click here to read a Ceramics Monthly Studio Visit featuring Tracey and her husband David Gamble. This episode of the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler is sponsored by National Clay Week Open Studios, a nationwide event that celebrates clay, community and creativity. October 12-14 artists across the US are invited to open their doors for demonstrations, lectures, and exhibitions. For more information on how you can join visit www.nationalclayweek.org/openstudio. Join us for a celebration of the ceramic arts!