Our Staff

Marifel Bermudez, Marketing and Gallery Coordinator 

Marifel Bermudez, Marketing and Gallery Coordinator

Marifel has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts, with a concentration in Art+Design: Sculpture from Towson University. She is currently as working artist based in Hyattsville, Maryland. Her works feature a classic pantone of coral, chartreuse, and peacock blue. She works with several mediums from fibers/fabrics, woodworking, metalsmithing, fashion design, installation, and performance art.  She has exhibited at the Center For the Arts, Holtzman Gallery, Trinity University, and Hen House Art Collective.

She has been a local to Price George’s County all her life, she is deeply invested in the arts & culture that manifest within Prince George’s County. She attended Northwestern School, enrolled in the Jim Henson Performing Arts Program as a double major: visual arts and instrumental band. Marifel has assisted in the fabrication and installation of various shows such a Form. Print curated by Joshua Demonte, Deeply Embedded by Tawny Chatmon, and 400 Years: Journey to Diaspora curated by Alana Thera and Tim Davis.  She is a classically trained pianist and flutist; has taught the Little Mozart class at The Ottley Music School.

Contact Marifel: info@pgaamcc.org

Gabriel Greaves, Education Assistant

Gabriel A. Greaves is the Programs & Partnerships Coordinator for the Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center. He is also a human services professional, historian/educator and interdisciplinary researcher who has worked within community outreach/ grassroots organizing for over 14 yrs.

He is a KSU Masters of American Studies Alumnus with a background in Afro-Latino Studies, the Civil Rights era, Christianity in the Americas and the social impact of religious worldviews. Moreover, he is also a research assistant with the  National Council of Elders. Having grown up in a multi-ethnic/ multi-generational home, he loves educating through oral histories and showing the complexities of racial/cultural identities. He is passionate for community development as well as utilizing movement journalism and historical activism in order to promote the notion of the “Beloved Community” as Dr. Martin Luther King popularized.

Contact Gabriel: programs@pgaamcc.org


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