A native of the Buffalo, NY area, Amanda Maciuba graduated from the University at Buffalo with a degree in Visual Studies and a concentration in Print Media. She has shown her work in the Buffalo area at the Carnegie Art Center, The Western NY Book Arts Collaborative, and the University at Buffalo Art Gallery.
Amanda completed a Masters of Fine Arts in Printmaking with a minor in Intermedia from the University of Iowa in 2015. Alongside her MFA, she received a Certificate of the Book from the University of Iowa’s Center for the Book. She shows her work regularly throughout the Midwest and has participated in juried shows at the Masur Museum in Monroe, LA, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, the International Print Center New York, and the Highpoint Center for Printmaking.
She has been a resident artist at the Iowa Lakeside Laboratory, the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, and the Lawrence Arts Center in Lawrence, Kansas. While a resident at the Lawrence Arts Center she taught adult classes in printmaking and bookmaking and participated in arts outreach in the Lawrence community.
Currently, she teaches printmaking and foundations classes in the Kansas City area. At the moment you may find her living and practicing art in Kansas City, Missouri and teaching at the University of Missouri and the Kansas City Art Institute.