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C.V./Exhibition History :
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Anna Broell Bresnick has exhibited her work numerous museums including the de Cordova Museum, Berkshire Museum, LACE, Stamford Museum, and the Bruce Museum as well as The Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts. She has exhibited in galleries in New York, the West Coast and throughout the United States as well as in Berlin, Rome and Vienna.  Her work has been written about in the New York Times, Art In America, Art New England and many regional newspapers.  She has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants, including two from the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, two full residency grants to the Vermont Studio Center and two Artist In Residence Grants from the International Festival For The Arts, New Haven, CT.  She served 4 years as the director/curator of the John Slade Ely House, Center for Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT, and has curated a number of independent exhibitions.  She studied at the Akademie fuer Angewante Kunst in Vienna, Austria, and received her MFA from San Jose State University. 
Over the last ten years, Anna Broell Bresnick has collaborated with dancers and musicians in the creation of installations for performances.  These have included large sculptural structures, floor drawings and video.
Broell Bresnick has taught at Stanford University, University of New Haven, University of Bridgeport and the Educational Center for the Arts, where she served as Visual Arts Department Chair for 25 years.  She has given lectures at a number of museums, galleries and universities.
Anna Broell Bresnick was born in Hamburg, German, has lived in Vienna and Rome and currently resides in New Haven, CT. USA