Jenna Stanton Ceramics
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    Jenna received her BFA in Ceramics at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Canada in 2003 and her Masters in Ceramic Design from Staffordshire University in ‘the potteries’ of Stoke on Trent, England in 2012.

    The MA program focused on industrial ceramic design, mouldmaking, industry placements and business development.  During her studies, Jenna was involved in the start up and sales for the programs commercial dinnerware venture, Flux, which saw students designs marketed and sold to retailers around the world from the Maison Object trade show in Paris.

    After completing her Masters, she returned to Canada where she continues to be a proud supporter and advocate for the arts through her role as Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at the historic Medalta Potteries, as a member of the board of directors with the Alberta Craft Council, and as part of the Canadian Ceramic collective Make & Do . 

    With a studio in Medalta’s International Artists in Residence, Jenna continues to explore ceramics that combine traditional craft with industrial processes and new technologies. Her designs are often influenced by vintage housewares, patterns and colours... and definitely by the 30 000 piece pottery collection and industrial ceramics history at Medalta.

    Her designs have been exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably in FRESH at the 2011 British Ceramics Biennial, Do MASTERS at the London Design Festival, and with FLUX at Maison Object Paris.