Amanda Game has enjoyed a thirty-five year career as an exhibition maker, curator and events producer with a specialist interest in supporting contemporary makers : their thinking and their objects. A twenty-one year career in commercial practice, at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh (1986 – 2007) has been followed by establishing and running an independent studio to foster imaginative exhibition making in both public and private galleries working with clients which include Dovecot Tapestry Studios, Edinburgh; V & A Museum, London; Goldsmiths Centre, London; Jerwood Charitable Foundation and National Museums, Edinburgh. A particular area of interest has been modern jewellery and silversmithing and she has worked on three important, catalogued shows in this area as well as working to develop the field at the Scottish Gallery and elsewhere. Jewellery Moves, National Museums of Scotland (1998); A Sense of Jewellery, Goldsmiths Centre, London (2015); 50 Secrets of Magic Craftsmanship, Lyon and Turnbull, Edinburh (2017). In 2016 she completed an MPhil Research project at the Royal College of Art London exploring the languages of contemporary exhibition making and in the same year wrote and edited Contemporary British Crafts for the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. She is a Member of the Incorporation of Goldsmiths, Edinburgh and Liveryman of the Goldsmiths Company, London.