​​A Short Introduction


Marcia Selsor has been working in clay since 1966 when she enrolled in the 3-D course at the Philadelphia College of Art. She received a BFA and went on. To recieve an MFA from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. She has taught university-level ceramics at Montana State University-Billings for 25 years and is a Professor Emerita there. She also taught at UH- Manoa , UT-Brownsville, and the Tashkent Institute of the Arts. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally. She has also written for numerous ceramics magazines and journals. She has been a presenter at NCECA 5 times. She received two Fulbright Senior Scholars Awards:Spain 1985-86 and Uzbekistan 1994. She has been teaching workshops nationally since 1972 and Internationally since 1995 in Canada, France, Spain, Italy, England and Scotland. She lives in Red Lodge Montana. ​



Welcome to my Webpage
I am developing this page to provide information about myself as a ceramic  artist, how-to information about firing processes, contact information for workshops, and a gallery of various techniques that I have used over the years. 

 I celebrated working in clay for half a century in 2016.  I find the medium to provide a direction of pursuit in creative processes that never fades. Bare with me as these pages continue to develop and provide more information on alternative processes. Select from the drop-down menu in the subjects above to navigate to topics of your interests. I will continue to add different processes and techniques plus upcoming events, so come back and visit from time to time. I update workshop schedules, exhibitions, and activities regularly.