Tiffany Hokanson is a printmaker and sculptor born and raised in the rural timber town of Roseburg, Oregon. She received her Master’s Degree from Indiana University in 2021 on a fully funded assistantship. Her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree was awarded from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon. Both degrees were received with the highest honors. At Indiana University she received the Evelyn “Pat” Glazer award for artistic merit in 2018. In 2019 she received the Marcy Murphy award and was selected to receive the Marcy Murphy award again in 2020. In 2021 she was received an artist research grant from The College of Arts and Humanities Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington. Also in 2021, she was awarded a Grant in Aid for Master of Fine Arts Projects from The University Graduate School at Indiana University, Bloomington. Tiffany holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in printmaking and has now returned to Oregon. She teaches ceramics at the Clayplace (Umpqua Valley Arts Center) and Umpqua Community College (UCC), in Roseburg. As an emerging artist, she continues to renew and evolve both her curatorial and artistic practice. She is the new director of the Whipple fine arts gallery on the UCC campus. Her work transforms the destroyed and discarded into the engaging and newly realized. Her work is collected both nationally and internationally.