Amber Smalls is a Visual Artist, Museum Specialist and Sustainable Human Development Advocate. A graduate from Hostos Community College with a degree in Business Administration, Amber has four years of experience working in visitor services, archives, and educational programs. As the Hip-Hop Education Center’s Infomatic Specialist, she manages, catalogs and archives data and multimedia content. As the Visitor Services and Group Booking Specialist for the Universal Hip Hop Museum, she is the liaison between the Museum and educational institutions. From providing guided tours to facilitating workshops and community events, she strives to create a deeper connection with the community. She is passionate about helping young people find mediums of expression for their creativity and uses art as a therapeutic technique to connect people to their environment and community. Amber has curated and participated in many pop-up exhibits and her art has been showcased at the NY State Senate Office in Harlem, NY. In her spare time, she instructs recreational painting classes for adults.