Annie Temmink is on a mission to bring the magic and enchantment of not-yet-imagined worlds to everyday life.
Our world is full of clues to others: ancient mythologies, wondrous characters, and magic. She set out to explore them through travel research in Indonesia, Japan, India, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, and Turkey, as a recipient of the Watson Fellowship.
Winner of The Best New Entrant award at World of Wearable Art (2017), Wellington, NZ, Annie’s work was featured in the Innovative Costumes of the 21st Century: The Next Generation, exhibit at A.A Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum, Moscow, Russia (2019). Her costumes, headwear and constructed accessories have also been featured on stage for the Crucible (Oakland, Ca), and on the cover of Whurk magazine (Richmond, Va).
Annie has a BA in sculpture and math from Davidson College because of her fascination with structure, scaffold and pattern, which are essential elements for well balanced and beautiful work. She loves to dance!
Find more magic on Instagram @artemmink.
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Annie Temmink is a woman of many creative talents. She is a hat and costume maker, an illustrator and an improvisational dancer. Her visually spectacular hat designs from the past year reflect a multitude of cultural influences, stemming from the work Temmink has done with craftspeople in Indonesia, Japan, India, Uganda and Tanzania. -Cville weekly