As a designer, director, installation artist and creative contributor Anna Tregloan has collaborated extensively along with presenting her own work to public and critical acclaim. Her work has toured throughout Australia along with Edinburgh, Paris, New York, Prague, London, Kyoto, Malaysia, Seoul, Beligium, Dublin, Holland and many other international stages. She is honoured to have been awarded several Greenroom Awards, a Helpmann Award and the John Truscott Award for Excellence in Design for Theatre. Companies she has worked with include many major performing arts companies and major festivals along with an array of smaller and independent companies and artists.
She has a Masters by Research in Animateuring with Honours from the University of Melbourne, Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts. Until December 2008 she was resident artist at Malthouse Theatre and until the end of 2009 is an Artistic Associate of the Storeroom Theatre Workshop. She is currently an artistic advisor as part of Polyglot's Artistic Catalyst team. In 2011 she was awarded an Australia Council Fellowship (Theatre) in which she development of new work and completed research nationally and internationally on the context of audience to performance. Over the pass few years she has focused developing environmentally positive artistic practices and encouraged collaboration and discussion with other artists and presenters in that context.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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