Tania Nasr (1972_) is a French-Lebanese ceramist. Born in Lebanon, Tania Nasr left her country in 1989 to settle in France.
After getting her PHD in ecology and anthropology at the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Paris, France, she moved first to China and then to Singapore where she has been living and working for 10 years.
In Singapore she studied pottery with local ceramist and potters, such as the Chua brothers who have a kiln at Jalan Kelutut at Yio Chu Kang.
From a thesis research about the adaptation of men to nature and their transformation of landscapes, Tania Nasr naturally ended up doing pottery, which is the oldest form of human transformation of earth.
After studying landscapes extensively for so many years she craved creating her own landscapes and embarked in what became an artistic journey.