Amanda White

Portfolio of artwork and current research projects



        Photo by Meghan Krauss, 2022
Amanda White (she/her) is a white settler artist and scholar currently living and working in Tkaronto/Toronto. She is a postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Sustainable Curating in the Department of Visual Art at Western University, and is also a co-initiator of the Creative Food Research Collaboratory.

Amanda’s work sits at the intersection of art, environmental and cultural studies with a focus on plants and food. Amanda holds a PhD from Queen’s University and a MFA (Visual Art) from the University of Windsor and held a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship at Western. Her ongoing works-in-progress include several collaborative and solo studio-based projects, a co-edited book (forthcoming from WLUP) and a graphic novel.

Amanda has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in studio art, art history and cultural studies at universities including; Queen’s, Western, UofT, McMaster, and currently supervises research-creation graduate projects at Queen’s University.

She lives with her partner and sometimes artistic collaborator Brad Isaacs and their child, together they care for a cat, some fish and various plants.

Get in touch: amanda.white (at)

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