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Dail Chambers || Bio
Dail Chambers is a mixed media artist, grounded in photography and ceramics. Topics of her interest include post colonial discourse, women’s issues and African American studies. Her works range from fiber arts to nature based installations, with many artworks in between. She has shown her works in traditional and nontraditional exhibitions in St. Louis, Memphis, Philadelphia, Chicago and Virginia. She founded and curates an annual benefit called The AIDS Project” and is a member of the Women’s Caucus of Art and Nia Artist Collective.
She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Studio Arts, concentrating in Ceramics with an Art History minor in 2007. She began this journey as a photography student at St. Louis Community College Florissant Valley. Throughout her academic career, she has been awarded the Board of Trustees Scholarship at STLCC, the Susan DeGarmo Award at Memphis College of Art, and various student achievement awards including student government nominations, grants, scholarships and merit awards.