Annie May Johnston received her MFA in Print from the University of Texas at Austin and has lived and worked in Los Angeles, Paris, Glasgow, New York, and San Francisco. Currently she is an Assistant Professor of Practice at the University of Texas at Austin where she is the Print Area head, chairs the Guest Artist in Print Program and is the faculty sponsor for the UT Riso Room. She holds undergraduate degrees in Classics and Psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder and was an assistant printer at Michael Woolworth Publications in Paris, specializing in traditional lithographic printmaking. Recent awards include the Summer Creative Research Grant and the Faculty Fellows Endowment from the University of Texas at Austin. During the last few years she has shown at 500x in Dallas, Fjord Gallery in Philadelphia, The Papiermuhle Museum in Basel, Paradice Palase in Brooklyn and with Co-Lab Projects and Partial Shade in Austin. During the pandemic, Johnston participated in various in-person and online shows in Brooklyn, Boston, San Antonio, and St. Louis among others, and this year she had a two person show at Box13 that recently closed in Houston.