Dr. Charles Mack's Introduction | Digital Traditions


Dr. Charles Mack: It’s only in the South that the folk pottery heritage of this country has been able to maintain an uninterrupted presence. The potters, with whom I spoke, in the summer of 1981, played a crucial role in keeping their traditional American art form alive. Sadly, many of them are gone now, but their recorded voices allow us to continue Talking with the Turners.