about Anna Tuhus

Anna Tuhus is an artist/researcher/educator based in London, with Swedish origins. She works across different creative disciplines; engaging storytelling, materials, visual media and object interaction. Her work is highly process-driven and research-based, revolving around human-nature relations, mythology and meaning-making.

She has a MA degree in Information Experience Design: Experimental Design, from the Royal College of Art and a BA degree in Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins, University of Arts London.
With a background in craft practices, she has qualifications in fine metal work, fashion and textile techniques, and has been a recipient of awards by the Swedish Crafts Council and the British Goldsmith's Centre. She has held research and lecturing residencies in Rajasthan, India, revolving around socio-economic futures of local craft traditions. She is involved in community education in London, specialising in creative pedagogy for adults.
Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums.