Lauren Seiffert (she/her) is a multi-disciplinary artist, arts administrator, and educator living in Bend, Oregon (the occupied ancestral lands of the Northern Paiute, the Wasco, and the Warm Springs tribes). She earned her BA in 2010, her BFA in 2011 from the University of Oregon, and her MFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2014. She is a founding member of FO(u)RT, an interdisciplinary art collective focusing on critique and collaboration. Her creative work includes sculpture, installation, fibers, and video, often using found and original objects, images, refuse, and social media comments to create darkly-humorous installations.

Seiffert joined the board of Scalehouse Collaborative for the Arts, a nonprofit arts organization, in 2020. She serves on the exhibition committee, leads the Scalehouse Voices lecture series, and is Gallery Manager and Curator at Scalehouse Gallery. She is the Regional Coordinator for the Americans for the Arts - Arts and Economic Prosperity Study, a national economic impact study of nonprofit arts organizations.

Seiffert has exhibited locally and nationally.