Megumi Naitoh predominantly works in clay and digital technology. Her work is a commentary on the effects of technology in our daily lives and how technology shapes our studio practice. She enjoys developing processes and experimenting with materials in unexpected methods.
Megumi was born and grew up in Tokyo though her formal training in ceramics took place in the United States. She receives M.F.A. from Massachusetts College of Art in 2000 and B.S. in Applied Arts from San Diego State University in1995. She currently is a Professor of Art at Emmanuel College. She is a recipient of Brother Thomas Fellowship in 2013, NCECA emerging artist in 2013, Mass Cultural Grant in 2003. She is a founder and former director of Emmanuel College Artist in Residence Program, and co- founder of Ceramic Commons.
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