Interviews and Lectures
Prairie Mosaic and the Saint John's Pottery by Barbara Gravel (Prairie Public Broadcasting, 2013): Artist-in-Residence Richard Bresnahan speaks about his work at Saint John's University and the Saint John's Pottery, including a brief history of the studio and insight into his unique artistic process.
This series is part of a larger feature interviewing creative individuals in Minnesota. Video (above) courtesy of Prairie Public Broadcasting's Prairie Mosaic series. Program funded by Prarie Public Broadcasting and the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.
Designing Lives Worth Living: Stories of Integrity, Innovation, and Sustainability by Lauralee Alben (Alben Design, 2005): Filmed at the San Jose Museum of Art, this lecture presents the courageous stories of ordinary people who took extraordinary leaps of faith in themselves to design lives worth living.
In addition to highlighting creative and innovative work at corporate businesses such as Hewlett-Packard, this presentation features the Saint John's Pottery and the work of Richard Bresnahan as a potter who integrates his art into the very fabric of his life, family, community, and the earth.