Amy Li- Chuan Chang received a BFA from The Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2007. She was awarded a full scholarship for the 2007 summer session at the Penland School of Crafts, USA. In recent years her work has been selected for several international ceramic juried exhibitions, such as the NCECA 2007, USA; Taiwan Ceramic Biennale 2008, Taiwan, and Mino International Ceramic Competition 2011in Nagoya, Japan. She has shown her ceramic works in numerous galleries in Vancouver, including the BC Gallery of Ceramics, Richmond Art Gallery, and the CCBC gallery. She is now a studio artist and has a studio set up at home.
Amy prefers to experiment with different techniques and styles. One important thing is that the concepts of her work are always related to various social phenomena. She always presents her work with humor and vivid colors, and these approaches are hints for audiences to discover the underlying meaning in her work.