AñA Wojak is a Sydney based artist who works in diverse media that includes painting, sculpture, installation and performance. Born in Australia in 1954, she studied in Gdansk, Poland amid the turmoil of Solidarity and Martial law, and attained a Master of Fine Arts in 1983.
She has exhibited widely in Australia and overseas, both in solo and group exhibitions and her work is held in many public and private collections. In 1999 she co-founded senVoodoo corporeal performance troupe with writer Fiona McGregor.
AñA has been an Archibald Prize finalist four times, and in the Salon des Refuse twice. She has also been a Portia Geach Portrait Prize finalist three times. In 1995 her work was included in "Don't Leave Me This Way — Art in the age of AIDS" at the National Gallery, Canberra. She has been a finalist in Sculpture by the Sea four times, winning an Honourable Mention in 2000. In the same year she was awarded first prize in the Skygarden Art Prize and the Unpacker's Award in the Norvill Art Prize. She has been a Blake Prize finalist five times and was the 2004 winner.
AñA Wojak is the 2007 Artist in Residence at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney.