Former Resident Artist
Born in Montreal, Canada, Martina Lantin received her Bachelor of Art from Earlham College (1996) and her Master of Fine Art from NSCAD University (2009). She has been an artist in residence at Baltimore Clayworks and Arrowmont School of Art and Craft, and the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts. She has taught workshops throughout the United States. After teaching at Marlboro College in Vermont, currently Martina is a professor at Alberta College of Art and Design in Canada.
Selected as an Emerging Artist by Ceramics Monthly (2002), her work has been recognized in numerous juried and invitational exhibitions and is held by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Arrowmont School of Art and Craft and the University of Arkansas - Fayetteville. In 2010 Martina was awarded an Individual Artist Grant by the Tennessee Arts Commission and in 2013 was shortlisted for the Raphael Founder’s Prize from the Society for Contemporary Craft. She has also published articles in both Studio Potter and Pottery Making Illustrated and was the subject of a feature article in Ceramics Monthly in February, 2014.