Marissa Stoffer (b. Netherlands) is a Scottish and London-based cross-disciplinary artist and educator. She graduated from Edinburgh University with an MA in Fine Art (History of Art and Painting) in 2014, receiving the Edinburgh University's Collection Purchase Prize and Graduate Studio Award.
She has exhibited in the UK, Ireland, and Peru, and is a recipient of 'The Visual Art and Craft Makers Award' (2018), attending funded residencies in Scotland (2021), Peru (2018), and Finland (2017) supported by Creative Scotland, Edinburgh Council, Marchmont House, and Hope Scott Trust. She was the recipient of the Colart Art Materials Award (2020) and received the Burren College of Art Residency through the RCA (2023).
Marissa has been invited to speak at RCA about sustainability within art practice in 2020 and 2022. She teaches her own workshops ‘Foraging for Colour’ independently and with public and educational organisations including Great Place Scotland, and Tweed River Culture. Recent exhibitions include 'The Landscape of One's Own', Vermillion Partners (2023), 'Brink' 2030 Collective, RCA Hanger (2023), and Performance at 'Ghost Notes', Fold Gallery (2023).