Anna Reich, MFA

Anna Reich, MFA

Associate Professor of Art

Art Department


MFA in Photography, 2012, Bard College; B.A. in Studio Art, 2008, University of California - Davis

Anna Reich is an associate professor of art who specializes in photography. She earned an MFA from the Milton Avery School of Art at Bard College, and has worked as a visiting artist and lecturer at both the Vilnius Art Academy in Lithuania and the Art Academy of Latvia. Her work investigates memory, identity and landscape and has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and abroad. Highlights include the Sioux City Arts Center in Sioux City, Iowa; the Association of Icelandic Visual Artists' Studio in Reykjavik, Iceland; ZARYA Center for Contemporary Art in Vladivostok, Russia; the American University Museum in Washington, D.C.; and the Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture in Chicago, Illinois. She has received numerous grants, including a travel grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Art (2013), a Fulbright Research Fellowship (2013-14), an Artist as Activist Research Grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation (2015) and a South Dakota Arts Council grant (2017-18). In 2019, Reich co-lead the project Re-presenting Native American Archival Histories which was supported by the Council for Independent Colleges' grant program, Humanities for the Public Good.