Independent Curator / Writer / Features + Production Director

Chicago, Illinois



Amanda Roscoe Mayo is a curator of contemporary art and writer based in Chicago. She has curated exhibitions and programming for the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), Wattis Institute (San Francisco), The Oakland Museum of California (Oakland), ArtpadSF (San Francisco), Hairpin Arts Center (Chicago), The Metro (Chicago), Michael and Noemi Neidorff Gallery (San Antonio), and many others. She has contributed writing to Art Practical, SFAQ/NYAQ, KQED Arts, Consequence of Sound, and Chicago Gallerist in addition to exhibition catalogs. Currently Mayo serves as the co-founder and coordinator for the Studio 3325 artist-in-residence program, which hosts artists working in social justice by providing studio space, exhibition support, and programming in the community. In addition to Mayo's curatorial work she is a dual Features & Production Director for Chicago Independent Radio Project (CHIRP) where she manages and co-produces an award winning artist interview program and podcast.