Assistant Professor of Ceramics
Nicole Seisler is a ceramic artist who investigates time, materiality, process, and the overlapping roles of artist/viewer/participant/collaborator. Nicole has exhibited at museums ranging from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles. Recent projects include the publication of her book Recipes for Conceptual Clay (in the time of covid-19), a solo exhibition Holding Patterns at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, CA, and the two-person exhibition In Hand at the Kennedy Museum in Athens, OH.
Nicole received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She has taught ceramics for over a decade at universities including SAIC, UW, and half a dozen schools in the Los Angeles area. Nicole is the Founder and Director of A-B Projects, a space for exhibitions and alternative education in conceptual ceramics.
MFA 2011, School of the Art Institute of Chicago / BFA 2004, School of the Museum of Fine Arts in affiliation with Tufts University
ART 116- Ceramics I
ART 216- Ceramics II
ART 316 Ceramics III