Deep Cuts // Dorothea Crosbie-Taylor on Sargent Johnson
The next Deep Cuts talk features local icon and the first California-based African American artist to receive a national reputation, Sargent Johnson. Dorothea Crosbie-Taylor, a park ranger at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, explores Johnson's work on view at SFMOMA and draws connections to his works around the city. Crosbie-Taylor has worked at the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park for the last year and a half. Her background is in history with a master's degree in public history from California State University, East Bay. Prior to working at San Francisco Maritime, Crosbie-Taylor worked with the Oakland Museum of California.