Amanda Hughen has exhibited her solo and collaborative work in museums and galleries internationally, including the Asian Art Museum (CA), the Berkeley Art Museum (CA), Danese (NY), Knoedler & Co. (NY), and White Columns (NY). She has been an artist-in-residence at the DeYoung Museum of Art (CA), the Headlands Center for the Arts (CA), Oxbow (CA), and Yaddo (NY). Hughen received an MFA from UC Berkeley, where she was awarded a full Block Grant Fellowship and the Eisner Prize. Hughen/Starkweather, her 10+year collaboration with the artist Jennifer Starkweather, has been commissioned to create a large-scale, permanent artwork on the glass exterior of the new subway station opening in San Francisco’s Union Square in 2019. Hughen serves on the Board of Directors of Southern Exposure, the Advancement Committee of the Headlands Center for the Arts, and was previously Board Chair of the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. She lives and works in San Francisco.