Amanda Price began her path toward art education as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia and went on to complete the Masters of Teaching program at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Price began teaching art at Effingham County Middle School, where she taught for three years before transitioning to Clarke Central High School in Athens. In the summer of 2018 she completed the Red Clay Writing Summer Institute. As a Red Clay Fellow, Price researched and explored using visual imagery, particularly graphica, as a method of communication for students, particularly in the field of social justice. Recently, she has focused on creating units that develop student voice through personal identity and social issues. Price has presented at the Red Clay Writing Project Conference and the National Art Education Association Conference, and was featured in the Athens Banner Herald for her work with comics, social justice, and literacy.
Price currently teaches high school art at Clarke Central High School in Athens, Georgia. She is a doctoral student at the University of Georgia studying Art Education.