AMANDA KLEINMAN

Lives and works in Washington, DC 20010

Employment: Undergraduate Academic Advisor for BFA students, Corcoran School of the Arts within George Washington University

Born: Silver Spring, MD 1973

 

AWARDS

2017 Commended by International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 10, Categoery: Greening the City

2016 First place International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition Competition 9, Category: Greening the City

2015 Finalist in International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition Competition 8, Category: Greening the City

2015 Second Place in FotoDC contest, "Places of DC"

2015 Mark of Excellence, I SHOT IT, Flower Photography Competition

2014 First Place in Rock Creek Conservancy Photo Contest

 

PUBLICATIONS

Collection 9 Hardback International Garden Photographer of the Year 2016

Collection 8 International Garden Photographer of Year 2015

Cover Image Friends of the National Arboretum Summer Newsletter 2015

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

SOLO SHOWS

2014 Photographs by Amanda Kleinman, Studio K, Alexandria, Virginia, Curator: Paige Conner Totaro.

2000 Quest: The Search for Peaceful Farm Gallerie Fortrac, Washington, DC, Curator: Paul Weil.

1998 'The Amanda Experience, Studio Hoi Polloi, Washington, DC Curator: George Orozco-Cordero.

 

GROUP SHOWS

2014 Brookland Creatives, Washington, DC, Curator: Elizabeth Grazioli.

2013 Art Romp, Anacostia Arts Center, Washington, DC, Curator: Molly Ruppert.

2013 Exposure, Catalyst Projects, Washington, DC, Curators: Zofie Lang and Gail Volrath.

2011 DCAC Experience Auction

2009 Shared Currency, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC, Curator: Jayme Mclellan.

2008 15 for Phillip: 15 Artists Portray Philip Barlow, Curator Projects, Washington, DC, Co-Curator: Linda Hesh & Ian Jehle.

2007 Scope Art Fair, Civilian Art Projects, Miami, FL, Curator: Jayme Mclellan.

2001 Art Romp, Washington, DC, Curator: Molly Ruppert.

2001 Black Light Show, E Street Art Space, Washington DC.

2000 Sketchy La Casa Community Center, Washington, DC, Curator: Victoria Reis.

1999 Big America, LIPA Gallery, Washington, DC, Curator: Jayme Mclellan

1999 Spring Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art. Washington, DC, Curators: Clark and Hogan.

1999 Masters at Play, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC.

1998-1999 Masters of Art (underground art group that held pop-up shows in alternative spaces and Gallerie Fortrac).

 

EDUCATION

1995 BA Hearing and Speech Science, University of MD, College Park College Park

1998 MS Special Education, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

2013 Post graduate coursework, Digital Arts and Photography, Corcoran College of Art and Design