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Anna Sande

Anna Sande is a Victorian painter, photographer, curator and writer. With qualifications in art history and political science from the University of Melbourne, she was co-founder and joint co-ordinator of the Women's Art Register Extension Project, established at Carringbush Library in 1977 and now a substantial reference resource on women’s art work. Her exhibitions include Persia and other Asias (2011) in Geelong; Iran – Two Faces (2007) at the Ararat Regional Gallery; and Commitment (2003), comprising thirty portraits and shown at the Baillieu Library of the University of Melbourne. Since painting the portrait of Watson she has written a number of exhibition catalogues and freelance articles for the Age, Craft Victoria, and Art Monthly on line and contributed to the cyberfibres online register of Australian fashion and textile design.

Updated 2018
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