Hannah Pierce is a ceramic and mixed-media artist at Nottingham Center for the Arts in San Marcos, CA. She received her MFA in Ceramics from Edinboro University of PA and her BA in Studio Art at Humboldt State University of CA. Hannah has exhibited her work in numerous galleries and museums, including La Luz de Jesus in LA, The Clay Studio PHL, BoxHeart Gallery, Blue Line Arts Gallery, Erie Art Museum, the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA), Canton Museum of Art, the Chula Museum (Thailand), and the Bernardaud Foundation (France); And art fairs/conferences such as Aqua Arts Miami, Superfine! Arts Fair DC, and NCECA (2016-22). She was a Resident Artist at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts as a Kiln God Award Recipient (2017) and a Resident Artist and Instructor at Baltimore Clayworks as the Abilities Fellowship Artist (2018-2019). Hannah was featured in the May issue of Ceramics Monthly as one of the 2021 Emerging Artists. She was recently appointed Assistant Professor of Fine Art in Ceramics and 3-D Design at San Diego Miramar College.