Title: Visual Artist, Contemporary Fine Artist, Life Coach
Company: Malik’s Art
Location: Richmond, California, United States
Malik H.J. Seneferu, Visual Artist, Contemporary Fine Artist, Life Coach at Malik’s Art, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in community art.
Dedicated to the art and creative space for more than three decades, Mr. Seneferu has excelled as a visual artist and cultural developer through Malik’s Art since 1988. In addition, he has offered his expertise as a teacher with the San Francisco and Oakland Unified School Districts and served as a life coach. In the latter role, he has conducted life coaching classes in prisons, guiding his clients in the idea that freedom is about the inner ability to create the self and invite light into that internal part of themselves.
Alongside his primary work, Mr. Seneferu has been consistently active within his local community, leading him to great success throughout his civic endeavors. With this sentiment, he has been the recipient of a Rebuilding to Get Together Design Award, as well as a Neighborhood Treasures Award from the San Francisco Municipal Railway and Clear the Air Project Award from the San Francisco Art Commission. He also was granted an Unsung Hero Award from the Oscar Grant Foundation.
Alongside these memorable accolades, Mr. Seneferu’s considers his most notable achievement is being celebrated by the city of San Francisco with a “Malik Seneferu Day” in honor of the work he has done all over Northern California and throughout the United States. It gives him so much pride that the city has recognized him with this honor, and he attributes his success to consistent community engagement, allowing him to build indelible relationships.
To remain abreast of his field, Mr. Seneferu maintains affiliation with the African American Art and Cultural District in San Francisco, the Museum of African Diaspora, the New York Schomburg Center, the Washington D.C. Smithsonian Art Institute, the San Francisco Foundation, McCormick and Baron, the Alameda Education Foundation, the San Francisco Art Foundation, the Richmond Art Center and the University of California Santa Barbara Multicultural Center. Looking ahead, Ms. Seneferu’s goal is to be able to have museum acquisitions throughout the United States, especially California. Likewise, he would love to cover more public art projects.
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