Black Girl Beauty
MEET THE ARTIST
Chanda Burrage is an Adjunct Lecturer at CUNY Medgar Evers College, where she teaches geography and research methods courses. Chanda, a native of Winston-Salem, has served as a biomedical engineering research assistant, social entrepreneur, and project manager for various initiatives. Most notably, Chanda has helped bring climate science lessons to rural and inner-city Pennsylvania schools, telemedicine to Kenya communities, and participatory research management within central Brooklyn. Chanda is completing geography and leadership doctoral studies at Penn State University and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, respectively. She has also earned master’s degrees in international affairs from Penn State and biomedical engineering from Wayne State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. With a desire to develop social STEM leadership in low-income communities of color,Chanda seeks to challenge broader social concerns around emerging technology. She envisions a world where communities of color are treated humanely rather than as disposable testing agents for development. Black Girl Beauty, is part of 52 Studio Arts- Nu Views 2023.
Art + Activism
A Virtual Event
Feb. 12-April 2
Our 2023 annual Nu Views, is a virtual event will feature artists with a new views and way of presenting life. Featured artists : Felicia Henry-founder of Behind the Walls, Between the Lines, Akil Dusson- The Beatbox Guitarist, Kim Lake- artist, filmaker, Clifton Anderson- producer, trombonist, Chanda Burrage-Sistruptr CEO, Adjunct lecturer at CUNY Ledger Evers College, PHD candidate and the Peggy Choy Dance Company.
52 Studio Arts is committed to presenting art that represents new vision, deep insight and spiritual connection to our current diverse culture. Our art and stories have carried us through the challenging times and will sustain us today and beyond. Thank you for joining us in the efforts to keep artists working and in helping us to keep the Arts alive.