Anne Frost began work in the arts at Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray, Alberta; she moved to Toronto in the 1980s and worked for the Toronto Theatre Alliance's Dora Mavor Moore Awards and Jeunesses musicals/Youth and Music Canada.
After her MA in Arts Policy and Management from the City University, London (UK), Anne worked in management roles at Harbourfront's Festival of Authors, Theatre Direct Canada, and Mixed Company Theatre.
In 2002 Anne moved to Owen Sound and developed revenue streams at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery with Stuart Reid, Curator/Director. After an illness in 2006 she was retained by the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, again for revenue development. Anne returned to Toronto in 2013 and consults frequently in the sector as well as maintaining her teaching obligations.
Anne teaches in Humber College's post-graduate Arts Administration & Cultural Management program (2000-2009 and 2014), and since 2003 has taught undergraduates in the Arts Management program at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. Anne coordinated the Humber program in 2008-9 and has returned to this role; she was also Interim Program Supervisor for the UTSC program, 2010-11.