Anna Glaze earned her BA in History of Art at The Ohio State University and her MA in Art History at University of California, Davis, where she specialized in the art and culture of late dynastic China. Her research includes scholar painting from the Ming/Qing transitional period, women’s embroidery of imperial China, and the decorative arts of the late Qing dynasty.
She assisted in organizing the exhibition, Visualizing Revolution: Propaganda Posters from the People’s Republic of China, 1949-1989, held at the UC Davis Nelson Gallery in conjunction with the Shanghai Propaganda Art Centre. She is a member of the Association for Asian Studies where she has presented her research. Anna has worked as a specialist of Chinese works of art in appraisal and authentication at Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers, San Francisco.
She has taught at Academy of Art University since 2012. Since then, she has authored AHS 600 Art History Theory and Methodologies course for incoming art history graduate students as well as AHS 634 Dada and Surrealism for continuing graduate students.