Anna Tregloan is a multi-award winning designer, artist and creative producer who collaborates on and creates work within Australia and Internationally for major cultural institutions and an array of smaller companies, galleries and artists.  She has an extensive history in contemporary theatre and dance, physical theatre, opera, live-art and immersive installations and a Masters in Animateuring from VCA, University of Melbourne. 

Presenting through out Australia and internationally Anna Tregloan’s work does not fit traditional practice definitions.  She works collaboratively on live and interactive works as well as presenting performed installations, video and photographic works, exhibitions, interventions and participatory practice.  She collaborates extensively and also works as a creative producer for other artists and groups.

Works held by the Performing Arts Museum, Victorian Arts Centre.

Anna has been presenting for over 25 years.  Independently, through her business 'anarko' and with her presenting company "The Association of Optimism".  While maintaining a unique vision she predominantly works in collaboration with companies, presenters and other artists and often in partnerships that grow over several projects and many years.  

Her collaborators include:- 
Sydney Theatre Company, 
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS), Sydney, 
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), 
Science Gallery Melbourne, 
Malthouse Theatre, 
Arts Centre Melbourne, 
The Performing Arts Museum (ACM),
Sydney Opera House, 
Melbourne Theatre Company, 
Circus Oz,
Legs on the Wall,
Bell Shakespeare,  
Ranter's Theatre, 
Bureau of Works,
Polyglot Theatre,
Papermoon Puppet Theatre,
Finnucane and Smith,
Performance Space, Sydney
Chamber Made Opera,
Bundanon Trust.

Outside of creating works Anna also advises and consults on creative policy and dramaturgical approach.  This work is most notable in her work as:-
RESIDENT ARTIST at Malthouse Theatre, 2005 -2008
ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE at Store Room Theatre Workshop. 2005-2009
ARTISTIC ADVISOR for Polyglot Theatre as part of the Artistic Catalyst Group,  2012-2018.

Residencies and Fellowships include:- 
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FELLOW: Australia Council for the Arts, Theatre Board. Included the development of new work and research and collaboration nationally and internationally (Europe) focusing on contemporary audience and their relationship to performance and artistic development strategies. 2011-2012

Selected Awards and Nominations Include:-  
BETWEEN 8 & 9. Installation and costume design.  Winner Best Production, Contemporary and Experimental Sound Performance.  Greenroom Awards, 2018.  Chamber Made Opera. 
THE LONG PIGS: Set design.  Nominated Best Design, Green Room Award Association, We Three and Insite Arts. 2015.
SMOKE AND MIRRORS #1 & #2 and SUFFICIENTLY BREATHLESS #6. Finalist Fisher’s Ghost Art Prize, Campbelltown Arts Centre. Single Channel Video and sound, 10min. #1 : 2014 and  #2 & #6: 2017.
COLLETTE DINNIGAN UNLACED at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (The Powerhouse Museum). Exhibition design. : Nominated: Best Event, APDG Awards, 2016.  &  Winner: Commendation Award, Australian Interior Design Awards, 2016. 
THE DRAGON: Set and Costume Design. Nominated Best Design, Green Room Award Association.  Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne. 2013.
TWELFTH NIGHT: Set and Costume Design. Nominated, Best Design. Green Room Award Association. Bell Shakespeare Company, National tour. 2011
VENUS AND ADONIS:  Set and Costume Design. Nominated, Best Design Green Room Award Association and Sydney Theatre Awards.   Malthouse Theatre and Bell Shakespeare.  Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland. 2008.
BLACK: Nominated Best Production (New Work), Green Room Award Association. 2007.
HOLIDAY:  Set and Costume design. Winner, Best Design. Green Room Award Association. With Ranter’s Theatre. Melbourne, Sydney, New York, Holland, Cardiff and elsewhere.  2007-2009
CRIMONOLOGY: Set and Costume Design. Nominated, Best Design. Green Room Award Association. Malthouse Theatre/ Arena Theatre. Melbourne. 2007
ELDORADO: Set and Costume Design. Nominated, Best Design. Green Room Award Association. Malthouse Melbourne. 2007
THE ODYSSEY:  Set Design. Winner, Best Design. Green Room Award Association.  Winner, Best Design, Helpmann Awards.  With Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne and Perth Festivals. 2005  
HAM FUNERAL / JOURNAL OF A PLAGUE YEAR. Set Design : Winner, Best Design. Green Room Award Association. Malthouse Theatre.  Melbourne.  2005
SKIN FLICK :  Nominated: Innovation in Form, Green Room Award Association.  2001.

Selected Installations and Theatre Productions Include:-
THE GHOST PROJECT: Performance lecture and public story exchange, photographic essays and installations examining fear and imagination.  Melbourne (2016 & 2017), Bundanon (2016 & 2018), Sydney (2014), Hong Kong (2014), Prague (2015), Yogyakarta (2014) and Seoul (2014) - ongoing.
WONDERLAND: ACMI and Melbourne Winter Masterpieces. (2018). Exhibition, installation and Concept Design.
THE MUSEUM OF LOVE AND PROTEST: 40th Anniversary of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras (2018) Exhibition Design.
THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE ROSE.: ACMI (2016) & Touring (2017-2018). Exhibition Design.
BLOOD: The Science Gallery, Melbourne, Exhibition Design. (2017).
THE COLOUR OF THE SKY TODAY:  A participatory installation at the Prague Quadrennial (2015).
AM I: Shaun Parker and Company. Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne Festivals. Costume design. 2014.
MY BICYCLE LOVES YOU:  Legs on the Wall, Perth Festival & Sydney Festival.  Design and co-creator. Sydney, Perth.  2011.
SPRING AWAKENING: Sydney Theatre Company. Set design. Sydney. 2010
SUFFICIENTLY BREATHLESS #2,#3 & #4, SMOKE AND MIRRORS #1: Presented as part of Andromeda at Goyang Studios, MMCA, South Korea (2014); included in Fisher’s Ghost Art Prize Show at Campbelltown Arts Centre (2014): and presented as a site specific installation in The Rocks, Sydney for SHFA (2014).  Presented at Carriageworks with accompanying lecture as part of ATF 2015.
HOW HIGH THE SKY*: Melbourne Festival/ Victorian Arts Centre & Polyglot Theatre, 2012. Also presented at Macau Cultural Centre and Hong Kong City Hall, 2015. Installation design and concept.
RICHARD LOVES RICHARD: presented as development at Carriageworks. Sydney. 2012.
CAPES AND MASKS#1: presented at Carriageworks, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Tamworth Regional Gallery, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Orange Regional Gallery. As part of Performance Space’s Live Works season, 2010.
THE DICTIONARY OF IMAGINARY PLACES: created for the Melbourne Festival at Arts House North Melbourne in collaboration with SRTW, 2009.
OPTIMISM: Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne Festival, Sydney Festival, Edinburgh International festival. Set and costume design. 2009
The Tell-tale Heart: Malthouse Theatre, Sydney Festival, Edinburgh International festival. Set Design. Melbourne, Sydney, Edinburgh. 2007
BLACK*:  Malthouse Theatre. Melbourne. 2005
CONTEMPTUOUS PERPLEXITY: Chunky Move Studios. Melbourne. 2004
SKIN FLICK*:  La Mama & ArtsHouse (NMTH). February 1999 & July.  Melbourne. 2001
THE LONG SLOW DEATH OF A PORN STAR:  Hush Hush Gallery, Melbourne.  2004.
MACH: Melbourne International Festival or the Arts /Melbourne Museum. Melbourne. 2000
ST.KILDA TALES: Ranter’s Theatre/ Playbox. Set and Costume Design. Melbourne. 2001
ART AND SOUL: Melbourne Theatre Company. 2000.
MENTAL: Back to Back Theatre, Costume design. Melbourne. 1999

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