Krista Grecco

  • B.F.A., New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, 1994
  • M.F.A., The Ohio State University, 1998

"What draws me to teaching is the interaction with students. I have never been satisfied only working in an isolated studio, and I thrive mixing with different people and students. Teaching techniques that I do not use every day, and encouraging my students to experiment and push their boundaries, inspires me to do the same with my own work."

Krista Grecco | Foundation studies professor

Awards, recognition and honors

Graduate Fellowship Award, The Ohio State University; Magna cum Laude and Divisional Honors in Ceramics, NYSCC at Alfred University

Previous Positions

Visiting faculty in foundations and ceramics, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia; part-time assistant professor, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia; full-time visiting assistant professor, Denison University, Granville, Ohio

Publications and presentations


  • Daehler, Hanspeter, "Krista Grecco, The Ambivalence of Being," Ceramics Art and Perception, September 2010: 12-15
  • Ritzler, Karl W., "Why I Love My Job," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 1, 2007: R9


  • "The Clay Figure Throughout History," Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia, 2008