Angie Chandler is a cultural arts strategist, program curator, and writer from Brooklyn, New York. In Brooklyn, she received both her love of the arts as well as her B.A. in Education and History from Brooklyn College. As a 1st generation American, her Caribbean and AfroLatinx heritages inspire her work and the inclusion of global perspectives. Angie’s time as an educator continues to fuel her passion for social practice art, advocacy, and arts equity. As an arts administrator, she has worked in a variety of spaces increasing community engagement, curating innovative programming, and introducing new voices to institutions. Angie has been featured in numerous panels, interviews and podcasts and authored a featured Op-Ed on Arts Equity for the San Diego Union-Tribune. Angie has most recently worked with California African American Museum, the San Diego Museum of Art, and the Balboa Art Conservation Center. She currently works as an independent strategist leading her project Culture Mapping: San Diego and consulting for arts organizations and artists in Southern California.
Read more of Angie's writings here- https://linktr.ee/theartlovingaries
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