In conclusion to the first season of Clay Commons, we hear again from some of the contributors of other episodes, as well as a few new voices. We’ve heard a lot about the issues facing individuals and the ceramics discipline at large, and in this episode we go a bit deeper into potential solutions and how this work can feed out into the wider society and change our education systems.
Clay Commons has just scratched the surface of what community ceramic spaces and artists have to offer the education space and other sectors such as care and health, immigration, human rights and even law and policy making. Episode six aims to draw some of these strands together, taking another look at clay as a transformative, identity building tool, and generally hammering home the message of clay as a force for good!
Thanks to everyone who contributed to this episode: