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Read about Kickwheel and Andrew in the Press Democrat article, Tapping into flow state at Petaluma ceramics studio, by Matt Villano.
- “Class ends and the students will just sit around for an hour, talking about what’s going on in their lives,” said Kickwheel Sonoma founder Andrew Kontrabecki. “It’s pretty amazing to see people come together like this — the clay brings them together and they take things from there.”
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