Artist-in-Residence at Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, MI. August 2017.
Advanced Studio Critique with Mickalene Thomas at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, CO. June 2017
Artist Talk & Panel Participant with Edgar Arceneaux and Stuart Krimko. Art in a Postsecular Age. March 4, 2017
"One Day After, One Year Later", Yeah Maybe. Minneapolis, MN. January 2017
Review: Regan Golden, "Painting the Present", mnartists.org, October 12. 2016.
Group Exhibition with James Castle and others:
"Idaho Stories", Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID. Summer 2016.
Upcoming Residency: Vermont Studio Center, November 2015
"The Life of Perished Things", Metcalf Gallery, Taylor University, Upland, IN solo exhibition Fall 2013
Publication of 4 works in the book "500 Paper Objects"
Curated by Gene McHugh, Kress Fellow in Interpretive Technology at the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
The Life of Perished Things
Bethel University, St Paul, MN
National Endowment for the Arts & Idaho Commission on the Arts Fellowship
The Middle Distance, solo exhibition
Black Hunger, Boise, ID
"Urban Lifecycles", group exhibition
Sun Valley Center for the Arts
"Cutting Edge: Contemporary Paper"
Boise State University's Visual Arts Center
January 31st - February 24th, 2012
"Obsolescence," Group Exhibition
Stewart Gallery, Boise ID
November 4, 2011- January 4, 2012
I participated in Enrique Martinez Celaya's The Whale & Star Workshop the first week of August in Miami.
Union University Art Gallery
October 26- December 16, 2009
SQFT: 50 Northwest Artists
Curated by TJ Norris
Blackfish Gallery in Portland, OR.
Reception: September 3, 2009 6-9pm
This group show will travel throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada until 2011.
The Container Show @ Sun Valley Center for the Arts
The Sun Valley Center for the Arts
August 7th-Sept 8th, 2009
Reception September 7, 5-8pm
"Culture?" a group exhibition
Amanda Hamilton: Beautiful Terrible, New Work
Boise State University Visual Arts Center
Hemingway Western Studies Center
March 2nd - March 20th, 2009
Review of "Beautiful Terrible"
Idaho Commission on the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts Grant
I applied for and received a grant in December. This will support the two exhibitions I have scheduled in the spring. I'm surprised and thrilled!
"Beautiful Terrible" opens at Seattle Pacific University's Art Center
January 5 - Jan 30, 2009
Reception: Jan 29th, TBA
Artist Lecture: Jan 29th at 7pm