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ARTIST Robin Chandler has worked in the media of collage, photography, computerized imaging and creative writing for more than 20 years. Her work appears in numerous public and private collections in the US, the Middle East, India, Australia and Southern Africa. Please visit the works on exhibit section of this site for more detailed information.

Chandler is an artist, educator, poet and writer, and was born in Boston. She studied studio art and art history at the University of Massachusetts and holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Northeastern University in Boston. She has been the Director of the Women's Studies Program at Northeastern University since 2004.

Chandler, a Fulbright scholar and NEA grant recipient, is a member of the IAAeC (The Institute for African American e-Culture), a group of computer scientists, social scientists, physicists and educators devoted to expanding research on the digitial divide and IT access for African Americans.


Genesis, Genesis (above) was on exhibit at the Krannert Art Museum in Champaign, Illinois until January 2001 in "Rivers of Spirit: ArtWomen in the African Diaspora."