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Ceramics & Resilience

An Interview with Ceramicist Alyssa M. Julian


“I think that’s one of ceramic’s greatest life lessons; you can’t get too attached to anything. In terms of ceramics as an art, there’s a chance for loss in every step of the process. So I could throw something, and as I’m moving it off the wheel I could stick my finger in it and it’s gone. It could dry and I’m trimming it and I trim too close and I trim a hole in the bottom. Sometimes things turn into planters, but if it doesn’t work, I gotta trash it. It’s gone.”

- An Interview With Ceramicist Alyssa M. Julian