Olivia Evans is a grant-awarded, multidisciplinary visual artist, producer, and owner of Mama Wolf Media, LLC, based in Spokane, WA. Working in video, photography, drawing, film, and beadwork, her work is heavily influenced by motherhood, nature, the subconscious, and personal experiences – intertwining traditional and digital media to create narratives of the self. All these influences echo her eclectic cultural background of growing up as a Black, Italian, and Native woman. She boasts a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art, and a minor in Film from Eastern Washington University (2018). As a producer and social media manager for the Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, an arts non-profit, she continues to elevate marginalized communities in film & art through Social Media posts, Documentary Film events, and other projects. 

She has consulted at various organizations and schools such as, Spokane Arts, Artist Trust, Whitworth, Gonzaga, and 6-months as a Marketing & Communications Coordinator for Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition, where she empowered victims of Domestic Violence through visibility on social media, marketing materials, MMIWP campaign, and community partnered events. Her work has been featured in several exhibitions, for instance, Spokane Art’s SATURATE, Terrain 12 & 13, INT’L All Media Exhibition ‘22, Land Acknowledgement exhibition ‘22, and as a co-curator at the GU Urban Arts Center for “Home: Imagining the Irrevocable.” She has also been featured on KXLY, Krem2, and various radio stations. Today, she continues to expand her art practice in many facets, such as directing Spokane’s 1st BIPOC art, film, and music festival The Root Experience: Living Cultures of Art, Music & Soul, grant reviewing/ writing/ paneling, adjunct teaching, and film festival paneling.