Anna Tregloan is a multi-award winning designer, artist and creative producer who collaborates on and creates work for major performing arts companies, major Australian festivals and an array of smaller and independent companies, galleries and artists.  She has an extensive history in contemporary theatre and dance, physical theatre, opera, live-art and immersive installations.  Her work has shown throughout regional and urban Australia, Seoul, Hong Kong, Edinburgh, Paris, New York, Prague, London, Kyoto, Dublin and many other international stages.

In the last twenty-four months she has designed major exhibitions for the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney; for ACMI, Melbourne; the Performing Arts Museum at Arts Centre Melbourne and is currently collaborating with the international Science Gallery on their inaugural Australian Project. She curated and designed the Australian Exhibition for the Prague Quadrennial of Performance, Space and Design; designed staging and costumes for a Korean/ Australian physical theatre collaboration (presented in both countries); worked with Indonesian and Australian puppet companies to devise and present an immersive installation; designed the inaugural production for Western Sydney’s new theatre company (NToP); presented with Chamber Made Opera in conjunction with the Sichuan Conservatory of Music and continued to develop and present the multi-part installation project (‘The Ghost Project’) in regional and urban Australia, South East Asia and Europe.