Back to Biographies Annis Fitzhugh
Dundee Contemporary Arts

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After graduating with a B.A (Hons) degree in Fine Art and Art History at Falmouth School of Art, Annis specialised in print at the Slade, where she won the Rodney Burn prize, and later at Central School of Art.
Alongside a teaching career she has worked and exhibited at national and international level. She is currently Print Studio Director at Dundee Contemporary Arts where she works with artists to make innovative print works, as well as running the open access production facility.
Over the past 10 years Dundee Contemporary Arts has presented some of the most vibrant and challenging work by both emerging and established, internationally respected artists. DCA uniquely, for a gallery of this standing, houses a world-class facility for the production of printed works, with a generously equipped print workshop at the core of the building and organisation.  This facility includes all the traditional print processes. Newer, safer processes such as acrylic etching and waterless lithography are also promoted. DCA has the honour of curating and producing Scotland’s 2009 Venice Biennale exhibition with artist Martin Boyce, including an integral print project with the artist.  The results of this will provide a focus to the Impact exhibition, and form an interesting link with the earlier editions made at DCA with Martin in 2003.
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