Ann has 40 years experience as an artist, community organizer, educator, and technical writer/editor. She worked as technical writer and editor in the software publishing industry for a decade, which honed her writing and editing skills, as well as her ability to organize projects and work collaboratively. She served on the board of the Women's Caucus for Art for a decade, during which she organized numerous exhibitions, events, and programs. Ann offers her clients a unique mix of interdisciplinary, ecoliteracy, and arts-based programming and experience. She has a passion for building coalitions to produce dynamic programs and events.
A few of her most recent and ongoing projects include:
Coordinating, writing, and editing a curriculum guide for Operation Valor Arts, working with their education committee (ongoing)
Organizing arts programming for Phipps Conservatory's first BioBlitz (2016)
Curating and organizing Celebrating Native Trees, a group exhibition for the Re:NEW Festival (2016)
Co-organizing a series of events with local environmental organizations for Project Passenger Pigeon to commemorate the centennial of the extinction of the passenger pigeon (2014)
Co-curating Sustaining Systems, an ecoart exhibition for the 2013 Americans for the Arts Conference
If you are looking to provide ecoliteracy and/or arts educational programming for your institution or community, to develop an interdisciplinary curriculum, or to organize or curate your next exhibition, look no further! Please contact Ann for a free, initial consultation to discuss your next project!