“He’s kin. He’s part of the family,” says Executive Director Abigail Norman. He came to the Eliot School in 2013 wanting to teach his passion—comic art, sequential art. He began teaching adult and children’s comic classes as well as life drawing. Read more.
In 2020, the Smithsonian Center of Folklife and Cultural Heritage launched an African American Craft Initiative. The Smithsonian called it “a pan-institutional effort to highlight the voices and work of African American makers while building strong, maker-led networks and collaboration opportunities.”