African Americans have a long tradition of making the objects of everyday life stretching back to their first days in the Americas. Carver High School graduate Charles Harrison
African Americans have a long tradition of making the objects of everyday life stretching back to their first days in the Americas. Carver High School graduate Charles Harrison (September 23, 1931 – November 29, 2018) carried this tradition forward in his 32-year career as an industrial designer at Sears, Roebuck & Company. Harrison created iconic products such as the View-Master children’s toy and the plastic garbage container, and his practical innovations touched many lives. Join Community Educator Princess E. Crump for a presentation and Q&A about the life of Charles Harrison.
As the Executive Director of the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center for 12 years, Princess E. Crump is passionate about preserving historic buildings and creating cultural enrichment learning experiences. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation Management specializing in Nonprofit Management and Human Service Administration from Arizona State University and has completed a certification program from the University of Phoenix in Human Resource Management. Ms. Crump has also worked with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the Arizona Cactus-Pine Girl Scout Council, and Camp Fire Boys and Girls of Greater Arizona. Ms. Crump now devotes her professional time to her business, Crumpled Paper Solutions, and serves as the Board President of the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center.
6:00—6:30 p.m. View the Exhibit A Place for All People
6:30-7:30 p.m. Presentation
$5 General Public / $4 AHS Members:
RSVP to [email protected] or 480-929-0292.
All Day (Tuesday)
Arizona Heritage Center
1300 North College Ave