Amanda Morgan is an installation and digital media artist. Morgan has exhibited internationally in public and commercial galleries the USA, Brazil, Australia, China, Greece, and Indonesia. Morgan was a co-founder, co-director and a curatorial member of Conical, Melbourne Australia from 2001-2004.

She has won a number of esteemed art awards and scholarships including Bates New Media Art Award New York, NAVA Janet Holmes à Court award with Australia Council, City of Melbourne Laneways, and Australian Postgraduate Research Award.

From 2008 and 2009 Morgan conducted a residency with Warlayirti Artists Aboriginal Corporation, WA, and in 2004 she held a residency with the NSW Ministry of the Arts at the Gunnery Studio Artspace Sydney. In 2012 she has been selected for a residency with PointB Worklodge New York.

Morgan has been a lecturer from 2000 to 2012 in Fine Art, and Theory, and Digital Media at numerous institutions, including Melbourne University, Deakin University, Swinburne, and VCA, where she was second year Coordinator in 2003. She currently is a tutor in the Architecture department at Melbourne University.

Morgan has forthcoming exhibitions at City of Albury Q-View Digital Gallery NSW, Gertrude Projection Festival, and Fairhall house Museum. Her work is held in a number of international, national and private and public collections.