Tom Hubbard is an interdisciplinary artist and educator whose practice includes ceramics, photography, mixed media, and public art installations. Characterized by a minimalist approach, his work often explores themes of loss, and the effects of mobility or reinterprets industrial forms as elegant, ambiguous objects.

Widely recognized for his artistic contributions, he has taught classes, led workshops and shared insights into his creative process as an instructor at the Harvard University Ceramics Program. He has also shared his work through lectures and presentations and his work has been featured in Ceramics Monthly and Ceramics: Art & Perception. Exhibited widely in both the U.S. and The Netherlands his work is included in several private and corporate collections including the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and The Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area. Notable commissions include the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as public art installations for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority and the City of Columbus, OH. Hubbard was recently named a McKnight Foundation Ceramic Artist and completed a short term residency at the Northern Clay Center.

Born in San Francisco and holding a BFA from Indiana University, Hubbard grew up in the Midwest and lived in Maine, Ohio, Indiana, Georgia and The Netherlands. He currently resides in Massachusetts with his wife and a rescue dog from Mississippi.