Lynda J. Lambert

Lynda Lambert is an artist, poet, educator and Assistant Professor of Fine Arts & Humanities at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA. She is a “Commonwealth Speaker” for the PA Humanities Council and travels all over PA giving lectures on African American Art and Artists. She was chosen for the “Art in Embassies” program of the US Dept. of State and her artwork is on display from 2001 – 2003 at the US Embassy in Papua New Guinea, representing the US. Her essay, “Soul of the African American Daughter in a Sibling Society” was just published in the new book “The Sibling Society: Papers Presented at the Robert Bly Colloquium” which was edited by Terry White, Kent State University.


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