Amanda Boulos is a visual artist and educator based in Toronto. Engaging with national narratives from Palestine, Lebanon and Canada, Boulos explores how oral histories undergo constant metamorphoses. Boulos received her MFA from the University of Guelph in 2017 and BFA from York University in 2013. She has shown at Richard Rhodes Dupont Projects (Toronto, ON), Whippersnapper Gallery (Toronto, ON) and Erin Stump Projects (Toronto, ON) and has an upcoming exhibition at Untitled Arts Society (Calgary, AB). Boulos is the winner of the 20th RBC Canadian Painting Competition and will be the Isabel Pope Artist in Residence at NSCAD University (Halifax, NS) in the coming year. She is also a member of a Toronto-based project space the plumb and a programmer for the Toronto Palestine Film Festival.