Amanda McDonald Crowley
Amanda McDonald Crowley is a cultural worker, curator, and educator.
Working at the intersection of art, science, and technology, McDonald Crowley supports public art platforms that bring together professionals and amateurs from varied disciplines to generate dialogue and create space for audience engagement.
McDonald Crowley has worked with and advised many artist-led projects nationally and internationally including Mary Mattingly’s Swale; LigoranoReese’s School of Good Citizenship; Vibha Galhotra’s S.O.U.L Foundation; Juanli Carrión’s OSS Project; Di Mainstone’s Human Harp; and Amy Khoshbin’s TinyScissors pop-up tattoo parlor.
She has held leadership positions with Eyebeam in NYC; Australian Network for Art and Technology; ISEA2004 in Helsinki; and the 2002 Adelaide Festival. She has also completed curatorial residencies at HIAP in Finland, Santa Fe Art Institute, Bogliasco Foundation in Italy, Sarai in India, and Banff Center for the Arts in Canada.
McDonald Crowley is an adjunct professor in the Film and Media Department at Hunter College, NYC.