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August 16, 2011

Chandra Brooks

We are starting our profiles of artists in Berlin with Chandra Brooks, an American who has been living and working in Europe for over 15 years.  Her work as a visual artist has been widely recognized and acclaimed.  Recently she developed a workshop around her piece “The Universal Fairytale” and implemented it in Berlin Public Schools.  Here are some of her views on her work, Berlin and the ability to use art to spark cross-cultural dialogue.



About the Author

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Denise is a Guyanese-born, New York City raised, Berliner. She is a dreamer, writer, activist who sometimes bakes.




 
 

 
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