Dialogue 

I am invested in conversations at the intersection of craft, social practice, pedagogy, collaboration, and the natural world. Below is work I have facilitated, edited or authored in print or in person. This work is different than press mentions, which are listed on my CV. Click images below or check out the image view.


Publications Authored, Designed and/or Edited

Hello Neighbor Newspaper, Edited and Designed by Amanda Leigh Evans

The King School Museum of Contemporary Art (KSMoCA) Mentorship Program, Edited and Designed by Amanda Leigh Evans

This Is Where I Sleep: Photographs by Kids at The Living School of Art, Co-Edited, Designed and Authored by Amanda Leigh Evans and Anke Schuettler

If You Can’t Grow It, You Have to Dig It: A Participatory Clay and Conversation Project on Mining, Rural Geology and Global Industry, Edited, Designed and Authored by Amanda Leigh Evans

Social Objects, Co-Edited and Designed by Amanda Leigh Evans and Mary Callahan Baumstark (with the Socially Engaged Craft Collective)

It Can Change As We Go Along: Ten Years of the PSU Art and Social Practice MFA Program, Co-Edited by Amanda Leigh Evans and Harrell Fletcher

KSMoCA: The First Four Years of the King School Museum of Contemporary Art, Co-Edited by Roz Crews, Amanda Leigh Evans, Harrell Fletcher, and Lisa Jarrett

The Wishing Rocks, Edited, Authored, and Designed by Amanda Leigh Evans (with The Living School of Art)

The Global Table, Co-Edited, Authored and Designed by Amanda Leigh Evans and Krysta Williams

Features in Publications, Articles +Interviews


Shaped By The People: Conversations on Participatory Education, Edited by Harrell Fletcher and Molly Sherman, featuring Amanda Leigh Evans in conversation with The Living School of Art.

An Open Letter to CFile (01.19.20), written by Amanda Leigh Evans

Talk to The Gun, Edited by Gemma Rose Turnbull and published by Publication Studio, featuring Amanda Leigh Evans in conversation with her mom



































Workshops and Facilitated Conversations


The Useful Art Object: Considering Critical and Socially Engaged Craft Practices (2016), facilitated at Yale Union, Portland, OR

Considering Social Practice, Craft and Aesthetics, facilitated at Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR

Social Craft Marathon Live!, collaboration with the Socially Engaged Craft Collective for National Clay Week

Talk to Everyone and Everything About Race, collaboration with Roz Crews, Lo Moran, and Lisa Jarrett