JENNIFER CHUA received her MFA from the University of Hawaii in 2015. She holds an Ed.M from the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a focus on Arts in Education, and a BA in English Literature from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). While she works primarily in clay, she often incorporates other time and labor-intensive craft mediums and techniques, such as knitting and crochet, to meditate upon memory, loss, and longing through tiny, repetitive actions. Her exhibition history includes juried and invitational shows in Hawaii, California, and New York City, and while studying towards her MFA, she received a curatorial graduate assistantship for the Art Galleries of the University of Hawaii, as well as a graduate teaching fellowship in ceramics. In March, she completed her term as Student Director at Large for The National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts (NCECA).