Claude Clark moved to Manayunk when he was eight years old. He was awarded a scholarship to the Pennsylvania School of Industrial Arts and later studied at the Barnes Foundation. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Sacramento State College and the University of California. He is known as a great educator having built the art department at Talladega College, Alabama, and taught studio art and African-American Art history at Sacramento State College and Merritt College in Oakland. He designed and wrote the first curriculum for African and African American Art, A Black Art Perspective, A Black Teacher's Guide to A Black Visual Art Curriculum.
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