Visual Arts Faculty
Anne Eder is an interdisciplinary artist and educator. She currently teaches at Princeton University, Harvard Ceramics Program Harvard University, Penumbra Foundation NYC, Halide Project Philadelphia, and the Griffin Museum of Photography. At Harvard, Eder teaches Interdisciplinary Projects and Experimental Photography on Clay. At Princeton in the fall 2022 she teaches Discovering Photography: History, Alchemy, and Practice. Eder offers instruction elsewhere in a range of analog, alternative, and historic processes in photography.
Eder's work includes photography and sculpture and takes place where the natural world meets the narrative impulse. An advocate for increased access to the arts, the creation of public art is a dedicated part of her professional practice. She lives in Boston with her fabulous chihuahua, The Brain.