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L’Merchie Frazier

Boston artist-in-residence

L’Merchie Frazier, the Office of Recovery Services, and Office of Women's Advancement will hold quilting and poetry workshops with women in recovery.

"When Women Succeed: The Quilted Path" is a multi-disciplinary and public fiber art project. Ms. Frazier will collaborate with the Office of Women's Advancement and Office of Recovery Services to increase resources and awareness of women who are recovering from substance abuse.

A visual artist, performance artist, educator, and activist, Ms. Frazier is the Director of Education at the Museum of African American History in Boston and an artist in the African-American Master Artist-in-Residence Program at Northeastern University. L’Merchie Frazier’s project builds upon the mission of the Office of Women’s Advancement, the newly formed Office of Recovery Services, and the Mayor’s vision for a thriving, healthy, and innovative Boston. Through workshops, her multi-disciplinary civic practice will focus on deepening relationships between the City and the recovery community.

Watch: L'Merchie Frazier's Boston AIR Video
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