The African-American Master Artists in Residence at Northeastern are 13 visual artists who work in different media, have widely differing styles, and come to their art from different backgrounds. But all are storytellers who seek to relate  part of the ever-evolving narrative, that of the African diaspora. From Ralph Beach’s watercolors of the Lost Boys of Sudan and Gloretta Baynes’s digital collage depicting a 19th century writing system in Cameroon, to the oils by Keith Washington of American landscapes that contain a tragic, sinister history, and L’Merchie Frazier’s documentationin mixed mediaof 19th century African-American businesswomen, these works convey and celebrate the cultural and historical richness of the African experience.