Ann Kresge is an internationally exhibited artist whose work is in university, museum and private collections. Collections include: The National Museum of Women In The Arts, Washington DC, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Yale University, Vassar College, New York Public Library and the US Library of Congress. Her prints and books have been exhibited throughout the US and Europe, Mexico, Japan, India, China and Hong Kong. She has been an Artist-In-Residence ‘Ace Fundacion (Buenos Aries), Vermont Studio Center (VT), Djerassi Resident Artists Program (CA), McDowell Colony (NH), Artlife Latinoamericano (Mexico City), Atelier 17 (Paris), Women’s Studio Workshop (NY), Salem Art Association (OR), a Library Fellow at National Museum of Women In the Arts (DC), a Teaching Artist at Sitka Center (OR). Grants include Oregon Arts Commission/ Ford Family Foundation Opportunity Grant. Hallie Ford residency grant, and New York State Council on the Arts grants. She has served as the Program Director at Women’s Studio Workshop and the Education Director at Salem Art Association. She was born in Wisconsin, has lived in Europe and NY and is currently a resident of Salem, Oregon. She has a BA in Studio Art from Smith College and an MFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute.