AmbeR Day Scott earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Midwestern State University 2001. She experiments with new formats to produce large scale temporary pieces of public art. Amber is a natural collaborator with a knack for bringing the public and the creative sector together to experiment with creative expression.

Amber serves as coordinator for the Regional Museum Network, fostering cooperative relationships among museums in our Region. The award winning program provides opportunities for member museums to leverage the resources available through the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture and other local, regional and national funding agencies. As a highly visible and active artist, AmbeR also serves as a liaison to the artist community, managing the Artist Roster and encouraging artists participation in local exhibitions and other learning programs offered by The Alliance.

An energetic member of the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture’s Teaching Artist Learning Lab, AmbeR provides arts classes for children in the community. She has been a resident artist at the Wichita Falls Public Library, the Kemp Center for the Arts, and Southside Youth Senter. Her work has been exhibited at 9th Street Studios, Fain Fine Arts Gallery and the Kemp Center for the Arts.