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L’Merchie Frazier, the Eliot School’s 2019 Artist in Residence, is a public fiber artist, innovator, poet, holographer, and Director of Education and Interpretation for the Museum of African American History, Boston/ Nantucket, engaged in providing innovative, placebased interdisciplinary programs, projects and lectures; promoting STEM/STEAM education pedagogy; and presenting teachers’ institutes and their extension, The Cross Cultural Classroom, marketed to independent education entities, municipalities and corporations. She is a resident artist of the AAMARP program and Director of Creative Engagement of TAP/Violence Transformed, centered on healing and art-making. Since 2001, she has designed and delivered history and art projects for community youth and adults with the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, MLK John Hancock Scholar high school students for the MAAH, Women of Color Quilter’s Network and as a resident artist for the City of Boston, New England Foundation for the Arts, Northeastern University Stable Ground, CityLife/Vida Urbana and other art residencies abroad based on community restorative justice.