“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”— Frederick Douglass
In celebration of Black History Month we are pleased to introduce you to Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller, who in 1907 was the first African-American woman to receive a U.S. federal government art commission.
We are honored to have Faith Ringgold, a former lecturer at the Art Students League, join the Seeds Advisory Board. We are also delighted to congratulate James Little, a current instructor and Seeds board member, on being included in the upcoming Whitney Biennial.
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