For Flux Sake Podcast

CMW’s Matt and Rose Katz join co-host Kathy King to answer your burning questions about clay and glaze in a comical, albeit insightful way. Check out the latest episodes of For Flux Sake below or subscribe on your favorite podcast app.

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Latest Episodes

Episode 28 – What is Quartz Inversion?

Episode 28 – What is Quartz Inversion?

On today’s episode of For Flux Sake the gang talk about one of the famous phenomena of ceramics, Quartz inversion. Is it a big deal or just a convenient explanation for unknown failure?

Episode 27 – Why is my clay dunting?

Episode 27 – Why is my clay dunting?

On today’s episode of For Flux Sake the gang answers a few questions about dunting, as well as how and when you should use target cones in a firing. Matt also puts out a call for questions about crystalline glazes to be featured in future episodes.

Episode 25 – Can I use beach sand in my clay or glazes?

Episode 25 – Can I use beach sand in my clay or glazes?

On today’s episode of For Flux Sake the gang answers a listener question about how you might incorporate materials from your local beach into your ceramic studio. They also discuss the speed of firing in an electric kiln. Is slow better than fast? Tune in to find out and learn more on the first episode of season 2 of For Flux Sake.

Episode 23 – The Pregnancy episode

Episode 23 – The Pregnancy episode

Today on For Flux Sake we have a topical episode focused on studio safety and pregnancy. Host Rose Katz talks with Bill Katz, a retired OBGYN with over 40 years of experience, about the potential effects of ceramic materials on pregnancy.

Episode 22 – Does the coefficient of expansion really matter for a glaze?

Episode 22 – Does the coefficient of expansion really matter for a glaze?

On today’s episode of For Flux Sake our hosts talk about the coefficient of expansion and its relevance for practical use when planning glazes for your studio. Hint, hint…It’s not as helpful of a measurement as you might think. They also discuss the effect of crazing on clay body strength and how to deal with glaze faults when you work in a communal studio.

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