- MFA, ceramics, Southern Illinois University, 2022
- Post Baccalaureate, ceramics, University of Florida, 2018
- BFA, studio art (ceramics), The University of Alabama, 2016
Meg Howton teaches ceramics. Most recently, she led the ceramics area during the inaugural UA Art Camp week in July 2022. Howton has taught ceramics and served as acting visiting artist program coordinator at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, where she received the MFA in ceramics. She received a post baccalaureate degree from the University of Florida, Gainesville, and a BFA in studio art with a concentration in ceramics from The University of Alabama.
Howton’s work has been included in juried exhibitions including Clay+, Clay Center of New Orleans; NCECA Student Juried Exhibition, DAAP: Reed Gallery, Cincinnati; Small Works 2020, Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, New York; Metal and Mud 2020, Edwardsville (IL) Arts Center (Third Place); Hope Center of Arts and Technology, Sharon, Pennsylvania; and University of Mississippi Art and Design Gallery, Hattiesburg. Howton has been artist in residence at Hope Center of Arts and Technology, Sharon, Pennsylvania, and was awarded a Windgate Grant in 2019.