Chris Archer is a New Hampshire artist and teacher. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, earning multiple awards, and is in the collections of the San Angelo Museum of Art in San Angelo, Texas; Tokyo Geidai in Tokyo, Japan; as well as multiple private collections. His work has been published in a series of Lark Books publications and he has written for Studio Potter Magazine.
Currently Chris serves as the Director of Community Eduation at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, NH. He also teaches in NHIA’s BFA, MFA and MAED programs. In addition, he has taught in a myriad of venues including visiting artist residencies, workshop presentations throughout New England, and Guest Lecturer at University of New Hampshire. Chris earned his BFA from Alfred University in 1992 and his MFA from Maine College of Art in 2008.