Cambodian ceramicist Yary Livan had widespread support to build a traditional wood-fired kiln in Lowell. He survived the Khmer Rouge’s killing fields and came in 2001 to the United States, where he was granted political asylum. He is one of less than a handful of people still practicing the ancient art he learned as a young man.
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