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Hannah March Sanders received her BFA at Tulane University and an MFA in printmaking from Louisiana State University. Along with her husband, Blake, Hannah operates, an artist collaborative that organizes portfolio exchanges, exhibitions and other art events.

In recent years, Hannah has exhibited work across the globe at the Printmaking in Graafika Festival in Estonia; The Shed in Galway, Ireland; Global Vision at Kyoto Seika University in Japan; New Narratives at the International Print Center New York; and 30 Years of LSU Printmaking at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans.

She is currently an Assistant Professor of 2D Media at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College's Jefferson Davis Campus in Gulfport, Mississippi, where she teaches 2D Design I & II including Color Theory, Art Appreciation, Art History, and all levels of Drawing.

In her free time, Hannah likes to worry about what she should be doing with her free time, cook, and watch movies. She also enjoys rainy afternoons, 0.5mm Staedler black ink pens, and the smell of old books.