Ana Panić (1978, Belgrade) is a Serbian curator and an art historian.
She has worked as a curator of the visual art collection at the Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade since 2005. She is the author or co-author of numerous exhibitions focusing on the history and popular culture of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Red kiosk K67 (2015), They Never Had it Better? Modernization of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia (2014), Yugoslavia from the Beginning to the End (2012), The Non-Aligned Movement From Belgrade to Belgrade (2011), Women’s Corner (2010), Deadly Treasures (2009), Tito’s New Years (2008), the permanent exhibition of relay batons at the House of Flowers (2007), CongratulaTi(T)Ons (2006), as well as the exhibitions showcasing the collections of the Museum of Yugoslav History: Art and Authority - Landscapes from the Collection of Josip Broz Tito (2014), The World of Silver (2008), Youth, the Queen of Life (2005), May 9th 1945 – 2005 (2005).
Ana Panić is the winner of the Mihailo Valtrović prize, awarded by the Museum Association of Serbia for the category “Individual” for an exceptional contribution to the improvement and development of museum work and the development of culture in Serbia in 2008. She won this prize for the project The World of Silver (the exhibition and the accompanying publication). In 2012, she was awarded this prize for the exhibition Yugoslavia from the Beginning to the End, which was chosen best of the year. In 2010, she completed on-the-job training at the Malmö Museum (Sweden), aimed at the development of educational programmes and improving the experience of working with museum audiences.