Born in 1984 in East Germany, Anna Mlasowsky holds a BA in Glass from the Royal Danish Academy and an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Washington. Mlasowsky received an Artist Trust Fellowship in 2017, was one of the Emerging Voices in Craft Shortlist Award recipients, and was awarded an Emerging Artist residency at Centrum Foundation. Her work has been included in Museum collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, The European Museum of Modern Glass and the Glasmuseum Ebeltoft.
Mlasowsky gave the Page Hazelgrove lecture at MIT and was the 2016-17 research Artist in Residence at the Corning Inc. Science Center. She was recently an artist in residence at Sculpture Space, the University of Hawaii, Manoa, and Purchase College. She was a visiting artist at Bowling Green State University, University of Texas Arlington, and College for Creative Studies. In 2018 she received the Aldo Bellini Award, the John and Joyce Price Award of Excellence and she was a Museum of Art and Design Burk Prize finalist.