CCC in the News

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Carbondale Artists Preview "Linear // Planar" and "Yellow for Frances"

KDNK Interview by Raleigh Burleigh  May 24, 2019

Artists Savanna LaBauve, Stephanie Seguin and Eden Keil currently have work on display at The Launchpad's R2 Gallery. Raleigh Burleigh dropped by for another edition of From The Gallery on Express Yourself. Exhibits Linear // Planar and Yellow for Frances run through May 31 at The Launchpad.

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Carbondale Clay Center Artists-In-Residence
Open Exhibit at R2 Gallery

Aspen Public Radio Interview by Christin Kay  May 2, 2019

Savanna LaBauve and Stephanie Seguin have spent the past two years as artists-in-residence at the Carbondale Clay Center. The fruits of their labor go on display Friday in a new exhibit at the R2 Gallery. The two artists spent their residencies exploring different forms and materials, experimentation that Seguin says is on display in their show “Linear//Planar.”

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Carbondale Clay Center Throws Down on Saturday

KDNK Interview by Megan Tackett September 20, 2018

The Carbondale Clay Center's biggest fundraiser of the year is this Saturday, September 22! To learn more, Megan Tackett spoke with executive director Angela Bruno about the Throwdown Hoedown.

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Ceramicists’ individual pursuits result in
Paralleled Pastiche

Sopris Sun Article by Megan Tackett Published Jul. 4, 2018

Artists Savanna LaBauve and Stephanie Seguin didn’t know each other when they each arrived in town last September to share a cozy studio space as the Carbondale Clay Center’s newest residents. But after a year of creative cohabitation, each acknowledges the other’s influence.

“I’m really excited to see how our work relates to one another,” Seguin said of their upcoming shared First Friday exhibition. “Each of us have seen the parts that we’re doing, but neither of us have seen it fully realized.”

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Diane Kenney Shares Her Passion for Clay on Immigrant Stories

KDNK Interview by Walter Gallacher  May 15, 2018

In 1997, Diane Kenney opened the Carbondale Clay Center and invited people of the Valley to come make something with their hands. Listen as Diane talks about community art, growing up in Illinois and her early years in the convent before coming to Colorado. That's Immigrant Stories at 4:30, only on KDNK.

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Featured Nonprofit: KDNK Interview

KDNK Interview by Raleigh Burleigh March 17, 2018

KDNK’s Spring Membership Drive is getting oh so close to the goal! For this morning’s featured nonprofit, Raleigh Burleigh interviews Matthew Eames, Studio Manager at the Carbondale Clay Center.

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Carbondale Clay Center Resident Artists

KDNK Interview by Luke Nestler  March 9, 2018

Stephanie Seguin and Savanna LaBauve are this year's Artists in Residence at the Carbondale Clay Center. They joined Express Yourself to talk about their sculptural ceramic art and their artistic process. They also described what exactly their residencies entail.

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Two Carbondale Clay Center Artists

KDNK Interview by Luke Nestler  Jan 6, 2017

This Express Yourself is all about ceramics. One artist, Matthew Eames, produces sculptural  work for large installations. The other, Frank McGuirk, produces functional work. Both are associated with the Carbondale Clay Center, and both extol the virtues of that bedrock Carbondale arts organization.

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