Creative Industries Residency Program
Woman sitting on a large square frame. Image supplied by Anna Tregloan
The Boy Castaways, Design for a feature film, film still, 2015. Image supplied by Anna Tregloan

Anna Tregloan

“I am best known for designing staging and costumes for theatre. But, even within that medium I have been lucky enough to work in so many different forms, from contemporary dance to opera through drama and physical theatre and from tiny one person shows through to big spectaculars. Additionally, I conceive and design installations, sometimes these include live performance, and the focus is on creating immersive experiences for the audience.”

– Anna Tregloan.

Anna Tregloan is a designer, artist and creative producer who 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 collaborating on contemporary theatre, dance, live-art, immersive installations and interactive media as well as presenting performed installations, video and photographic works, exhibitions, interventions and participatory practice. 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.

In 2020, Anna launched the ‘Impossible Project’ to collate creative endeavours that were not realised in 2020 due to the global pandemic.

Learn more about Anna Tregloan.

Anna Tregloan, Powerhouse Museum Creative Industries Resident 2020
Anna Tregloan, Powerhouse NSW Creative Industries Resident. Image: Daniel Boud