Based in Toronto, Canada, Amanta Scott is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist whose work encompasses painting, sculpture, installation, sound, video, music, performance and story-telling — engaging the public to explore unity in our diversity.
Amanta has exhibited and performed in art galleries, museums, theatres, concert venues and festivals throughout Asia, North America and Europe including: National Gallery of Canada; Royal Ontario Museum; Singapore International Arts Festival; Yilan Center, Taiwan; Edmonton Art Gallery; Art Gallery of Algoma and Art Gallery of Ontario. Her work is in collections across North America and Asia.
Selected solo shows
selected group shows
education / PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
- 1987 — University of Toronto, BMUS, Theory & Composition; York University, Jazz Piano
- 1995 — Ancient Voice: Tahara Junko: Tokyo, Japan
- 1995 — Noh Mask Carving: Master Classes with Fujio Fujimori: Tokyo, Japan
- 1990 — Sculpture - Central Technical School Art Centre
- 2005 — Latin & Ballroom Dance: Love to Dance Studio;
— Independent dance studies in Toronto
- 1995 — Ancient Dance: Takeko Sudo;
— Butoh Dance Master Classes: Kazuo Ono: Tokyo, Japan