2001 Graduated from San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, C.A. M.F.A., Photography
2002 Affiliate Artist, Headlands Center for the Arts, Marin CA.
2004 MacDowell Colony Fellow, Peterborough, New Hampshire.
2015 Published Night Garden, Datz Press, Seoul, Korea, monograph (afterword by Anthony Bannon)
2015 Arteles Creative Center, Artist Residency, Haukijarvi, Finland
2019 Published Nothing Will Ever be the Same Again, Datz Press
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2020 BarTur Photography Awards - Shortlist
2020 PX3 Prix de la Photographie – Honorable Mention, Paris
2019 FRESH 2019 -- Honorable Mention, Klompching Gallery, NYC
2019 LensCulture International Art Photography Awards - 3 rd Place
2018 12th Annual Juried Competition -- Honorable Mention, GoggleWorks Center for the Ars, Reading, PA
2017 Grant Recipient, Doggone Foundation, Montreal, Canada
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Solo Exhibitions

2021 The World is Astonishing, Traywick Contemporary, Berkeley, CA
2018 True North, Traywick Contemporary, Berkeley, CA
2017 Permanent installation, MUHC Glen Hospital C8, Montreal, Canada
2015 The Density of Air, Bolinas Art Gallery, Bolinas, CA
2015 Night Garden, Traywick Contemporary, Berkeley, CA
2004 415/514, San Francisco City Hall, Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA
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Group Exhibitions

2020 Art Off-Screen, Curated by Eileen Jeng Lynch,
2019 D’Ark Room + D’Front Gallery, Book of Lights, Seoul
2019 Material Matters, Outside Gallery, North Adams, MA
2019 Lensculture Award Show, Gallerie Joseph, Paris, France
2019 Synesthesia: The Space Between, Datz Museum of Art, South Korea
2019 10000 Hours, Speedwell Gallery, Portland, Maine
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Getty Research Institute, Los Angles, CA
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
Stanford University Library, Stanford, CA
Griffin Museum of Photography, Winston, MA
Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ
Datz Museum, Seoul, Korea
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The World is Astonishing with You in it: A 21st Century Field Guide to the Birds, Ferns and Wildflowers,. Amanda Marchand. (artist book), 2021
Nothing Will Ever be the Same Again. Amanda Marchand. Datz Press, Seoul, Korea, 2019 (photo-eye Cat# ZJ081H)
The Book of Hours. Amanda Marchand. Datz Press, Seoul, Korea, 2018
Because the Sky. Amanda Marchand. (artist book), 2017
Night Garden. Amanda Marchand. Datz Press, Seoul, Korea, 2015 (photo-eye Cat# ZJ552H)
415/514. Amanda Marchand. Edition One Studios, San Francisco, CA, 2009
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1886 - 1990 Queen’s University, B.A. honors, English Literature
1991 - 1992 Emily Carr College of Art & Design, Multi-Media studies
1999 - 2001 San Francisco Art Institute, MFA in Photography
2019 Datz Museum of Art, Residency

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