A Black Artist’s Haven on a (mostly) White Vineyard
Martha's Vineyard has long been seen as a summer retreat for the East Coast elite. The island’s reality, however, is a far more complex environment that has welcomed and inspired generations of Black Americans, including an artist and doll maker named Janice Frame.
"A Black Artist’s Haven on a (mostly) White Vineyard" originally appeared in Craftsmanship Quarterly, a multimedia, online magazine about artisans, innovators, and the architecture of excellence. You'll find many more stories, videos, audio recordings, and other resources on our site — all free of charge and free of advertising.
Written by SKIP FINLEY
Introduction by CHRIS EGUSA
Narrated by JOSHUA SIROTIAK
Produced by CHRIS EGUSA
Music by MIKE SNOWDEN / BLUE DOT SESSIONS