Education/Fellowships
Caversham Centre Residency Fulton County Arts Council; Balgowan, South Africa; 2003
Hambidge Center Fellow; Rabun Gap, GA; August 1996, 1999
Open Studio Program; Contemporary Art Center, North Adams, MA; 1990
Undergraduate Work; College of Charleston, Charleston, SC; 1980
BFA from Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, FL; 1979
 
Selected Exhibitions
Arts Exchange Open House, Atlanta, GA; May 2009
Magnificent Sunrise II, Rialto Theatre, Atlanta, GA; March 2009
Work on Loan to Emory Law School, Atlanta, GA; September 2008
Transcendent Tide, Uptown Gallery, New Orleans, LA; October 2007
Magnificent Sunrise, Sunrise Bank, Atlanta, GA; August 2007
What’s Cookin‘, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA; April 2007
New Works, Huff Harrington Gallery, Atlanta, GA; September 2006
Open Studio Show, The New Arts Exchange, Atlanta, GA; August 2006
Four Contemporary Artists, The Sharf Center, Port Townsend, WA; May - July 2004
Internal Luminosity, Arts Exchange Gallery, Atlanta, GA; September 2001
Old Genre/New South, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA; March 2001
Harvest, Art Farm Gallery, Atlanta, GA; October 2000
New Arts Year, Arts Exchange Gallery, Atlanta, GA; January 1999
Still Life Show, Ze Mean Bean Café, Baltimore, MD; November 1998
New Work, Lansdell Gallery, Atlanta, GA; February - June 1997
Time Splits Open, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA; July 1996
Full House, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA; December 1995
100 x 100, New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA; Spring 1994
A Sense of Community, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA; November 1993 - February 1994
Big Art 1992, Billboard Exhibition for Atlanta Arts Festival, Atlanta, GA; September 1992
Spiral Flux, Solo Show, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, GA; July 1992
New Works, Le Mieux Gallery, New Orleans, LA; December 1991
Naked People, 800 East Gallery, Atlanta, GA; June 1991
XPT-6, Director and Set Designer; Center For Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, GA; March 1991
Marks Made, Modern Frame & Design Gallery, Atlanta, GA; March 1990
The Tree Show, Modern Frame & Design Gallery, Atlanta, GA; December 1990
XPT-5, Director and Puppet Designer; Center For Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, GA; July 1990
The Cross Show, Tula Arts Center, Atlanta, GA; March 1990
Female As Protagonist, New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA; January 1990
RatroActive, Castleberry Hill, Atlanta, GA; September 1989
Eight Artists Show, Novus Gallery, Atlanta, GA; May 1989
“Traveling Man”, HBO film; paintings used in set design, Atlanta, GA; January 1989
The Great Mattress Factory Show, Buggy Works, Atlanta, GA; November 1988
Arts and Imagination, Arts Festival of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; September 1988
Urban Walls Project, Honorable Mention in citywide mural competition; September 1988
Before the Fact, New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA; September 1988
Sex and Sexism, Untitled Gallery, Atlanta, GA; June 1988
Figure and Fantasy, Untitled Gallery, Atlanta, GA; May 1988
Friday the 13th Show, Mattress Factory at Fulton Bag Mill, Atlanta, GA; November 1987
Scripto Building Show, Mattress Factory Group Show, Atlanta, GA; November 1985
The Last Show, Blue Rat Gallery, Atlanta, GA; August 1985
Two Women, Little Five Points Pub, Atlanta, GA; November 1984
Annual Arts Alliance Exhibition, Arts Festival of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; May 1983, 1982, 1981
Annual Group Show, Blue Rat Gallery, Atlanta, GA; August 1983, 1982

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Anna Hamer received her BFA from Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, FL with undergraduate work at the College of Charleston.

She was the recipient of Hambidge Center Fellowships in 1996 and 1999.

In 2003 she received the Fulton County Arts Council Residency at the Caversham Centre in Balgowan, South Africa.

From 2000 – 2005 she was a Mentor/Artist with the ArtsCool Summer Art Employment Program with the Bureau of Cultural Affairs. She has lived in Atlanta and exhibited her work for 29 years.

Her work is in private collections in Asheville, NC; Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; Columbia and Myrtle Beach, SC; Malibu, CA; New Orleans, LA; Port Townsend, WA; and Rosemary Beach, FL.
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Selected Bibliography

Worthley, Martha, The Port Townsend Leader, May 12, 2004.
Reviewed “Four Contemporary Artists,”
The Sharf Center, Port Townsend, WA.
 
Alexander, Bill, Art Papers, March/April 1994.
Reviewed “Paula Gately Tilman in Collaboration,”
Student Center Gallery, North Georgia College, Dahlonega, GA.
 
Walker, Christian, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 21, 1991.
Reviewed “Naked People,” 800 East Gallery, Atlanta, GA. 

Cullum, Jerry, Art Papers, May/June, 1991.
Reviewed “Marks Made,” Modern Frame & Design Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

Cullum, Jerry, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 5, 1991.
Photograph and notable show mention of “Marks Made,”
Modern Frame & Design Gallery, Atlanta, GA. 

Impastato, Marymay, Art Papers, May/June, 1990.
Reviewed “Female as Protagonist,” New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

Cullum, Jerry, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 12, 1990.
Reviewed “Female as Protagonist,” New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

Cameron, Dan, Creative Loafing, February 10, 1990.
Reviewed “Female as Protagonist,” New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA. 

Fox, Catherine, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 22, 1990.
Statement in review of “Johnny Detroit’s Brunch,” Seven Stages Theater, Atlanta, GA.  

Teaching/Related Work Art’sCool/Pre’sCool, Summer Art Employment Program; Bureau of Cultural Affairs, City Hall East; Atlanta, GA; Summer 2000 – 2004.
 
Art Program; Acoma Learning Center, Pueblo of Acoma, New Mexico; Spring 2000. 
Studio painting instruction; Atlanta, GA; 1992, 1991, 1990.
 
Art classes; Art/Play, Inc. Summer Camp; Atlanta, GA; Summer 1988.
 
Graphic Design Illustration work 1980 – 1998 

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