Te’ Claire received her B.F.A, Honours (First Class) from RMIT Melbourne, Australia in 2017, and her M.F.A from RMIT Melbourne, Australia in 2018. Te’ Claire has worked as an assistant teacher and technician at School of Clay and Art (SoCA), Australia and teacher at Box Hill Community Arts Centre (BHCAC), Australia.
Claire currently teaches at Ceramiques, Melbourne Australia and is the recent recipient of the Kingston Studio Artist Residency, Melbourne 2019 and the Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park (SSCP) artist in residence program in Japan 2020.
Te’ Claire has been the recipient of the 2016 Trudie Alfred Bequest scholarship with The Australian Ceramic Association and the 2016 Walkers Graduate award at RMIT. And held the Art in Biomedical Science resident position at the Henry Allan Anatomy Museum of Medicine and Pathology, Australia in 2017.
As well as a finalist in award exhibitions including the 2015 Mary Lou Senini Student Art Award at McClelland Gallery Victoria, the 2017 Magic Klytie Pate Ceramics award, the 2018 Fresh! Exhibit at Craft Gallery and the 2018 Tom Bass Prize at Tom Bass Gallery, NSW, Australia.