Donna Rozman received her BFA from Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana and MFA in ceramics from Kansas State University, Manhattan. Over the years she continued to study ceramics by participating in many workshops led by nationally renowned potters. Donna works at her studio south of Crested Butte, Colorado. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, written articles for ceramic publications, and taught many workshops at colleges across the United States. Donna is currently a ceramic instructor at the Gunnison Art Center and teaches ceramics through the Extended Studies program at Western State College. In 2006 through a grant from the Lighton International Artist Exchange Program, a project of the Kansas City Artists Coalition, Donna partook in a six-week artist residency at the International Ceramic Studio in Kecskemet, Hungary. In 2010 Donna traveled to Fuping, China to speak at the International Ceramic Magazine Editors Association symposium.
Donna is represented by Grubstake Gallery, Crested Butte, Colorado and La Veta Gallery, La Veta, Colorado. Selected exhibitions include: Rendezvous: National Ceramic Invitational, The Art Association of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Contemporary Clay 2006, 2008, 2010, The Art Center, Grand Junction, Concordia Continental Ceramics Competition, Saint Paul, Minnesota; The 3rd World Ceramic Biennale Korea International Competition, Icheon, Korea; Ink & Clay 32, Kellogg University Art Gallery, Pomona, California; Regionalism, University Memorial Center Art Gallery, Boulder.