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artist biography:  Anne Boudreau is a native of New Orleans. She completed her B.F.A. in photography from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She earned her M.F.A. in painting and sculpture from the University of South Carolina. She was awarded a South Carolina Arts Commission Fellowship for her sculpture and remained in South Carolina until the end of 2000. After returning to New Orleans, she continued her studio practice while teaching and coordinating exhibitions at the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts. Post hurricane Katrina, she had a 3-month residency at the Santa Fe Arts Institute in New Mexico. Upon her return to Louisiana, she helped develop and chaired the visual arts program at Lusher Charter School  in uptown New Orleans. In 2009 Boudreau was invited back to Columbia, South Carolina for a 3-month residency and a solo exhibition at the 701 Center for Contemporary Arts. At the end of 2009, Boudreau relocated to Lafayette,  Louisnana where she continues to make and exhibit her art while teaching for the Lafayette Parish School System’s Talented Program. Outside of her art making and teaching practices she enjoys gardening and cooking. -- and link to: about: artist statement
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