Amy Todman is an artist and writer from Scotland who is making her home in Beirut, Lebanon.
Selected recent solo exhibitions include The Partial Foreground (Henrik Igyityan National Centre for Aesthetics, Yerevan, Armenia) and From Here to There (Dalan Art Gallery, Yerevan, Armenia). She has published two poetry collections, Twig (2019) and G(love) (Sad Press, 2018) as well as the artist book Cover (Brae Editions, 2014).
She holds a fine art degree from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (Dundee, Scotland), an MLitt in the History of Collecting and Collections from the University of Glasgow and a PhD, which examines the development of the idea of landscape in Britain during the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Latterly, she was Curator of Art and Political Collections at the National Library of Scotland, in the department of Manuscripts and Archives.