Olivia Evans is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in Spokane, WA, working in video, photography, drawing, and film. In 2018, she graduated from Eastern Washington University with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in studio art and a minor in film. Her work is heavily influenced by motherhood, the subconscious, and social events -- intertwining traditional and digital media to create narratives of the self. All these influences echo her eclectic cultural experiences of growing up in an economically challenged home with an Italian mother and African American/Native American father. Living with her mother and sister for most of her life, till her parents marriage renewal in 2007. Olivia is working with The Alliance for Media, Arts, & Culture as a local producer of the documentary series Monday Movies and co-curates events in the Pacific Northwest region. She actively participates in Alliance National Youth Media Network activities. Her work has been featured in Saturate, a city-wide arts event in Spokane, at the Kress Gallery in Spokane, and Terrain 12, a large exhibition that features over 200+ artists in the PNW.