conceptual artist︎ cultural strategist︎ social justice advocate
Amanda D. King offers art as a sanctuary for social thought. King's socially engaged creative endeavors combine visual communication & design, creative direction & consulting, and arts education to mobilize her community and reciprocate grace. King earned a JD at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and a A.B. in art history at Bryn Mawr College. King was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and lives in Cleveland, Ohio, where she manages her studio practice and serves as co-founding creative director of Shooting Without Bullets.