Ann Haley (Atlanta, GA, b.1991) is a multimedia artist, curator, and educator in New Orleans, LA. Haley received a BFA in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2014 and has exhibited work internationally in solo and group exhibitions in Lacoste, France, Savannah, GA, Gainesville, GA, and Kansas City, MO. In New Orleans, Haley has exhibited at the Contemporary Arts Center, SHED Gallery, Carroll Gallery, Antenna Gallery, and Staple Goods Gallery, and has curated, collaborated, and solo-exhibited numerous art shows that center around themes of identity, grief, and the body as a collective member of The Front Gallery since 2020. Art Education has had a special place in Haley’s heart since 2014. Most prominently teaching and developing curriculums at Mini Art Center, Youth Empowerment Project, and Waldo Burton Boys Home, Haley’s teaching practice is founded in art being accessible and a priority for New Orleans youth.



Virtual Artist Panel, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, 2021


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