Annie Trevillian is an independent artist and designer with strong technical skills and experience in textiles design and printing including digital technologies. She has earned recognition for a place in the history and practice of printed textiles in Canberra from her involvement in all aspects of textile printing both as a practitioner and as an educator.
She has worked as a community artist, educator, freelance designer and practitioner. She taught in the ANU Textiles Workshop from 1992 – 2011. She has long been associated with Megalo Print Studio and Gallery as an access user, community project artist and board member.
Her research and development focuses on digital printing technologies informed by her knowledge of textiles traditions and technology. Since 2010 her commissioned work allows her to explore new technologies in collaboration with other designers. Commissions include Sydney Harbour YHA, Australian National University, ACT Health and the Legislative Assembly of the ACT.
Trevillian is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, ArtsACT, Canberra Museum and Gallery, Legislative Assembly of the ACT, National Library of Australia and State Libraries, Megalo Archive, RACV Print Collection and private collections in Australia and overseas.