I am thrilled to be a part of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts' virtual conference this year. Every year, NCECA hosts a week long conference with lectures, panels, and demos for potters and the ceramic community. This year, I will be representing Giffin Grip and showing participants various techniques and ways I use my Giffin Grip. Join me on Wednesday, March 17 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET for my demo and to ask me any questions!
I was fortunate enough to be on the podcast DAYDA, or De Aquí y de Allá (rooted from a common Spanish-language refrain meaning, “I’m neither from here nor there”), with Latinx host, Karen Sanchez, a Salvadoreña recording from Los Angeles. Karen created this podcast to reclaim the narrative— stating that we are from here and from there—and holding all aspects of our identities with equal significance, we can find a true sense of belonging. Check out the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts here.
I was featured in Shoutout LA about how my background has shaped who I am today, how I run my business, my career path, and what I love about Long Beach.
Shoutout LA is part of the Los Angeles based Voyage Group of Magazines and Voyage LA, which is about giving the community an opportunity to go beyond stories. Shoutout LA hopes to inspire important conversations within the community that puts artists, creatives, and local businesses in the center of those conversations.