Amanda McDonald Crowley
Amanda McDonald Crowley is a New York-based Australian art and technology, and curator and facilitator who has created programs and events of new media art, contemporary art and transdisciplinary work. She was the Executive Director of Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, 2005-2011.
Her contributions to the field of electronic art also include her work as Executive Producer of the 2004 edition of ISEA which was held in Tallinn, Estonia and Helsinki, Finland, and on a cruiser ferry in the Baltic Sea. She was also Director of the Australian Network for Art and Technology and later, Associate Director of the Adelaide Festival 2002. She has worked throughout Europe and Asia, holding residencies in Berlin, Germany (1994/5), Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada (2002) and at The Sarai Programme at CSDS in Delhi, India (2002/3). Amanda is also a Board member of NAMAC (National Alliance for Media Art + Culture).