Anne Stagg

Anne (Howard) Stagg is an artist born in Huntsville, Alabama. Stagg received her MFA in Painting from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2000. Her research investigates subjects related to the human experience. Her most recent work, Edits & Omissions investigates displacement, loss, and survival. Stagg is an artist, mother, wife, educator, and administrator. She currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Chair of the Department of Art at The Florida State University where she teaches undergraduate and graduate level classes in the areas of critique, theory, professional practices, and foundations. Stagg maintains a daily studio practice in Tallahassee, Florida.

Prior to joining the faculty of FSU, Stagg served on the faculty at the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB) where she taught painting and drawing. While in Birmingham, Stagg co-founded a non-profit (501c3) teaching gallery called Blue Shirt Project as a means to provide a hands-on, professional practices learning environment for her students. Her love of art and community led her to volunteer at Space One Eleven where she eventually found herself filling in as their Visual Arts Coordinator and Education Outreach Specialist during a transitional time for the organization. Space One Eleven is an amazing non-profit arts organization that provides contemporary art exhibitions, arts education and after school programming for at-risk youth.

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