Evan F. Johnson (born May 22, 1995) is a printmaker, papermaker, social scientist, and philosopher. Born in Lawrence, Kansas - birthplace of numerous great thinkers - Evan eventually studied in France, where he learned French and began his lifelong quest for knowledge. He then moved to Seattle, Washington and Cornish College of the Arts where he conducted studies on quantum mechanics and social interaction while gaining the skills to produce printed media to communicate his theories.
In 2015 Evan gave a two part lecture series called “Certainty” in the Notion Lecture Hall at Cornish College after having proven the existence of widespread uncertainty across the college. He achieved this despite “a comforting sense of objectivity which shrouds the students” as he puts it in the concluding remarks of his 2015 study “Certainty and Accordance”.
Most recently Evan F. Johnson gave a series of lectures called “Uncertainty and the Value of Experience” across the academic community of Seattle beginning at Cornish in the spring of 2017.