Anne Harper Arrasmith was born on February 20, 1946, and died on February 1, 2017.
She was an American artist and curator.
Anne lived and worked in Birmingham, Alabama.
She co-founded and operated along with Peter Prinz the not-for-profit Space One Eleven.
She was a student of Edith Frohock while at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Arrasmith and Peter Prinz founded Space One Eleven with a mission to present significant, provocative exhibitions that confront ideas in a southern context or framework.
He was the director for this facility.
She received support from the Birmingham Museum of Art before it began receiving grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
With her leadership and the help of Peter Prinz, Space One Eleven made it possible for the children who live in Metropolitan Gardens to participate in art.
Anne Arrasmith passed away at 70 years old.