Amanda Quinn Olivar is a founding member of The Chimaera Project’s Board of Directors. She is the Editor-in-Chief at Curator and recently produced an award-winning feature documentary on female directors, Seeing is Believing: Women Direct, and the stage play Paint Made Flesh. Amanda serves on the Board of Trustees at The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, and London’s Fashion and Textile Museum/Friends of Zandra Rhodes, and is a member of the Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA). As a curator and arts advocate, she received the HeArt award for her efforts benefiting nonprofit A Window Between Worlds, and has worked with venues including the Cornell Art Museum, Skirball Cultural Center, Fresno Art Museum, The Brand Library and Art Center and the Bakersfield Museum of Art. Amanda is currently producing a feature film adaptation of Paint Made Flesh, and a series of short films pertaining to the arts.