Anna Tsouhlarakis is a Halcyon Fellow from the 2016 Studios Program. Her work ‘Untitled (Silhouettes)’ motivated by the protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline, was included in the Ward 12 Exhibition at Halcyon House in December 2016.

Anna works in sculpture, installation, video and performance.  She received her BA from Dartmouth College and MFA from Yale University.  She has participated in several art residencies including Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and Yaddo.  Her work has been included in exhibitions both nationally and internationally.  She has been awarded various grants and fellowships including the Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Contemporary Art in 2011.  Her recent awards include an Artist Fellowship from the Harpo Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities as well as a Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Fellowship.