‘Clay Times Three’, The Fourth Wall, Elsa Marston Harik

This week on Artworks, the untold origins of ceramics, dancer-musicians The Fourth Wall, and a short story by Elsa Marston Harik.

This week on Artworks-

Kathy McKimmie speaks with Yael Ksander about her new book “Clay Times Three” that digs up the unassuming origins of some complex ceramics techniques.

Also on the program,

The boundaries between musician, choreographer, and actor get a little blurry with the ensemble The Fourth Wall.

A new adaptation of Dickens’ holiday favorite, ‘A Christmas Carol, takes the stage of the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.

And we’ll hear a short story by local author poet Elsa Marston Harik.

Stories On This Episode

Clay Times Three: A Tale Of Art, Craft, And Resourcefulness

Karl Martz, 1930s earthenware pieces.

“Brown County was the great leveler," says Kathy McKimmie, whose new book unearths the story of and the connections among three Nashville potteries.

The Fourth Wall Dances To The Music

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The Fourth Wall are on the forefront of the hybrid arts movement that is blurring artistic boundaries.

A Favorite From Christmas Past

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Cardinal Stage Company brings a new adaptation of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" to the Buskirk Chumley Theater this holiday season.

Author Elsa Marston’s “In Line”

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Elsa Marston Harik reads an excerpt from "In Line" from her 2008 book 'Santa Claus in Baghdad - And Other Stories about Teens in the Arab World.'

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