Marcus Kwame Anderson

Marcus Kwame Anderson, born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1976, moved to Albany, NY at 2 years old. He loves creativity, music, life, love, happiness, and freedom of expression, all of which has helped him create art for as long as he can remember. Much of his art is a representation of the beauty and diversity of the African Diaspora. Anderson believes that art is a powerful vehicle for change, and as an artist it is his job to use his talent for that purpose. “I have a lot to say and art is how I’m most comfortable communicating.”

Anderson led the project of the mural art workshop with School 1 and Troy Alley Action, all of which was documented by Media Alliance Producions in the video “Art and Action.” Through this workshop, Marcus Kwame Anderson painted a mural on a building in the neighborhood of the Sanctuary for Independent Media, and involved the community to make something beautiful for themselves and their surroundings.

Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Share on Twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on Linkdin
Share on email
Share via Email

Get to know even more Sanctuarians!

Steffi Santos

Steffi is an undergraduate student at the University at Albany (SUNY), majoring in Atmospheric …

Ana Cowie

Ana Cowie is an undergraduate student at Oberlin College. She is passionate about the …

Anna Steltenkamp

Anna Steltenkamp began working with the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Summer 2020. Anna …

Upcoming Events
Dec. 04
People’s Health Sanctuary presents: End-of-Life in the Age of Covid
Dec. 11
Water Justice: Echoes from Lock One
Dec. 12
Water Justice: Youth future

Stay Informed

Sign up with your e-mail address to keep up to date with events, workshops and other announcements from The Sanctuary. You may unsubscribe at any time
* indicates required
Don't worry.We <3 privacy, and will not sell your information.