Jen Mills

Jen Mills

Jen Mills Seward Park Ceramic Instructor

Biography:
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About Jen:
Jen Mills has an MFA in Ceramics from the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and a BA in Religion and Art History from the University of Puget Sound. She is a recipient of an Artist Support Grant from Jack Straw Productions, and has been a visiting artist and lecturer at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI and Wichita Sate University. She has taught at Pottery Northwest and South Seattle Community College. She currently teaches at Seward Park Clay Studio.
Her work has recently been featured in Distillations and Eruptions: 5 Ceramic Installations at the National Conference for Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), Contemporary Tulipieres at the Museum of Northwest Art, curated by ceramic artist Carol Guthro, and Abstract Affinities at Francine Seders Gallery, curated by ceramic artist Anne Hirondelle.

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