Filmmaker Bob Hanson and interviewer Linda Kramer visit David Gilhooly, Victor Spinski, and Kurt Fishback prior to the opening of the "Clayworks: 20 Americans" exhibition at the MCC, June 18-September 12, 1971. First, ceramicist David Gilhooly describes the events and myths that undergird his frog-based cookie jars and casserole dishes. Then, like an anthropologist he details the particularly fascinating characteristics of his near-life sized Babirusa hog and Ceylon pangolin sculptures. In the second segment of the video, Linda Kramer interviews ceramicist Victor Spinski. Like a mechanic, Spinski describes the components of his ceramic machines and theorizes about the impact of the Machine Age on human development. In the last segment of the video, the filmmaker asks Kurt Fishback to explain his ceramic series of clichés and puns about "home." After describing his whimsical works, Hanson continues to ask Fishback about his education and prior art works. In the final minute of the video, Fishback's wife and children make a cameo appearance.