Lu Vickers’ childhood in rural Chattahoochee was filled with stories. The small town shares a strange past with the state’s mental hospital, but more than that, Vickers always had her young ears open for local gossip while she used her imagination to craft stories.
Brie Medina has a passion for art and education and after earning undergraduate degrees in visual art and women’s studies, she is now seeking a master’s degree in art education from Florida State University.
As a student at Florida A&M University, artist Earl Washington felt the loving support of his mentors Curtis and Yvonne Tucker.
Jeff Mandel first saw the dramatic play “Our Town” during his high school and college days.
As a veteran art teacher, Leslie Anderson has developed an impressive collection of lessons over her career.
Jill Klein knows that sharing is caring, especially when it comes to baking.
More than a decade before “The Star-Spangled Banner” officially became America’s national anthem, “Lift Every Voice” was dubbed “The Negro National Anthem” by the NAACP.