e: amanda.white [at] queensu.ca
Amanda White (She/her) is an interdisciplinary artist and scholar working at the intersection of art, environment and culture, with a current focus on plant studies.
Amanda is a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for Sustainable Curating in the department of Visual Arts at Western University (2021-2023). She holds a PhD (Cultural Studies) from Queen’s University, a MFA (Visual Art) from the University of Windsor and a BFA from OCADU. She has exhibited and published work across disciplines with support from SSHRC, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council among others. Amanda’s current research includes several ongoing studio-based works in progress and collaborative projects including a forthcoming co-edited book and a graphic novel.
Amanda currently teaches studio courses in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Landscape, Architecture and Design at the University of Toronto and in the Fine Art (Visual Art) program at Queen’s University, where she is also affiliated faculty in the School of Environmental Studies and the Cultural Studies Graduate Program .