Kayla Seedig (they/them/theirs) currently serves as the Visual Art Technician for Foundations Drawing within the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas (Denton, TX). They earned their BA in Art (Printmaking) from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (2014) and immediately pursued an MFA in Studio Art (Printmaking) from the University of North Texas (2017). They have been privileged to hold teaching positions for Drawing I & II, Design and Color, and Introductory Printmaking courses at the University of North Texas and Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX). Seedig held Assistantships at Frogman's Printmaking Workshop in Omaha, NE (2016, 2017), was invited as a Printshop Coordinator at Pilchuck School of Glass in Stanwood, WA (2018), and was selected to be an Intern at 500X Gallery in Dallas, TX (2018-2019 season). In 2016, they were invited as a visiting artist in printmaking and drawing at their alma mater and lead a week-long workshop in photopolymer intaglio and monoprinting. Seedig has been featured in various exhibitions in California, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington, as well as internationally in Columbia.