Amanta Scott

Amanta Scott

About Amanta Scott

Amanta Scott (she/her) has exhibited and performed in galleries, museums, theatres and festivals throughout Asia, North America and Europe including: National Gallery of Canada; Yilan Performing Arts Center, Taiwan; Singapore International Arts Festival; Canadian Embassy in Tokyo; Edmonton Art Gallery; World Trade Centres, Taipei and Barcelona; Royal Ontario Museum; Art Gallery of Ontario; Art Gallery of Algoma; Thunder Bay Art Gallery; Art Gallery of Peterborough; MacLaren Art Centre; Robert McLaughlin Gallery; Justina M Barnicke Gallery; Miles Nadal Gallery; Nuit Blanche Toronto, and Orillia Museum of Art & History. She has directed workshops for refugees, newcomers, Indigenous people, students and seniors across North America and Asia; including Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts; and TASIS school in Dorado, Puerto Rico. With artworks in collections across North America and Asia, she has won awards, private and public art commissions, grants (Canada Council, OAC, TAC, Trillium); and Artist Residency fellowships (Government of Japan, Japan Foundation).

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