Stephanie Lanter has been an artist and educator working in clay, fiber, mixed media and words since 2000. Prior to her arrival in Connecticut, she taught in Kansas for 15 years, at Emporia State, Washburn and Wichita State Universities. She was a founding resident artist at the Red Lodge Clay Center, and has also had residencies at the Archie Bray Foundation, Arrowmont’s Pentaculum, the LH Project, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and the Mendocino Arts Center. She was the first Jentel/Archie Bray Foundation Critic at the Bray.
Along with exhibiting her sculptural ceramic work to an international audience, she has given numerous workshops and presentations, including for ArtAxis National ClayWeek Conversations in 2018, CAA and more. She has written for and been featured in journals such as Ceramics Monthly and Ceramics, Art and Perception. In 2010, she received a Kansas Arts Commission Collaboration Grant to support the interdisciplinary installation and publication series, The Waiting Room Projects, directed by Marguerite Perret, and exhibited across the country and in the Netherlands. She received an MFA from Ohio University in 2002 and a BA from Xavier University in 1998.