Curator Amanda Cachia

Posted June 16th, 2012 by Anthony

Amanda Cachia photo
This month’s Telling Our Disability Stories interview is Amanda Cachia.
Amanda is a free lance, fine arts curator from Sydney, Australia. She has organized exhibitions focusing on social justice issues including disability. Recently she selected and organized “Medusa’s Mirror: Fears, Spells & Other Transfixed Positions” for Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland. The show included 8 artists challenging the able-bodied gaze on the disabled subject. Among her upcoming shows Laura Swanson and Corban Walker works will be at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford College, MA from October 29 – December 15, 2012. She will be presenting a lecture on the works and disability influences of Chuck Close at the de Young Museum, October 13, 2012. Also, Cachia is the Chair of the Dwarf Artists Coalition for the Little People of America.
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