Amanda Eicher

Artist and educator Amanda Eicher’s projects investigate the roles artists play in development processes; the ways groups engage in creative thinking; and intersections between traditional community-based art practices and contemporary approaches to social engagement in art and conversational practices. Her work in the US, El Salvador, Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Sweden and elsewhere has been shown and/or supported by SFMOMA; Berkeley Art Museum; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; Headlands Center for the Arts; the Botkyrka Konsthall and their residence in Fittja, Sweden; the Fittja Pavilion at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale; CEC Artslink’s Global ArtLab; and through research fellowships with the Boston Society of Architects and the Swedish Women’s Educational Association, among others.
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