e: amanda.white [at] queensu.ca
Amanda White is an artist, educator and academic working at the intersection of art, environment and culture, with a particular interest in alternatives to dominant visualizations of the environmental. Amanda has exhibited and published her work widely and across disciplines with support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, the Toronto Arts Council and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, among others. She earned a PhD in Cultural Studies from Queen’s University for her research-creation project, Talking Plant which focused on human-plant interaction and symbiotic natures, asking; Can we get to know plants differently? Previously, she earned an MFA (studio) from the University of Windsor and a BFA from OCADU. Amanda is currently based in Toronto, she is a teaching fellow at Queen’s University in the Fine Art (Visual Art) program, and a member of the board of directors at YYZ Artist’s Outlet.