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Albert Michael Auld, Jamaican sculptor. Community Service award Fondo del Sol Museum, Washington. Active Native American Issues, American Indian Society, Virginia, since 1991; co-founder Powhatan Cultural Arts, Columbia, Maryland, Washington, since 1990.


Auld, Albert Michael was born on August 15, 1943 in Kingston, Jamaica. Son of Ian Sturdee and Phylis Mae (Campbell) Auld.


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Howard University, 1966. Master of Fine Arts, Howard University, 1980.


Graphic designer, Lindo, Norman, Craig, Kumel, Kingston, Jamaica, 1966;designer, illustrator, National Education Association, Washington, 1967-1972;art teacher, Sidwell Friends School, Washington, 1972-1976;founder, director, A&B Associations Advisory, Washington, 1973-1982;founder, co-director, Opus 2 Gallery, Washington, 1973-1980;lecturer design department, Howard U., Washington, 1976-1982;teacher, sculpture, Duke Ellington School of Arts, Washington, since 1982. Cultural chairman Caribbean/American Intercultural Organisation, Washington, 1976-1984. Chairman artist's board Fondo del Sol Museum, Washington, 1982-1986.

Co-founder, designer Pure Jamaican, Inc., Los Angeles, 1995.


  • Other Work

    • Creator: (comic strip) Anansesem, 1968. Sculptor: Powhatan Totems, 1987 (grantee 1986), Jamestown Totem Poles, 1994-1995. Viceo artist: Taino/Carib Esthetics, 1992 (grantee).

      One-man show: (sculpture) Honoring the Memory of Itiba Cahubaba, 1996-1997.


Active Native American Issues, American Indian Society, Virginia, since 1991. Co-founder Powhatan Cultural Arts, Columbia, Maryland., Washington, since 1990.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: writing, researching indigenous aesthetics, participatingin Indian Pow Wows.


Married Rose Amelia Powhatan, June 11, 1966. Children: Ian, Alexei, Kiros.

Ian Sturdee Auld

Phylis Mae (Campbell) Auld

Rose Amelia Powhatan

Ian Auld

Alexei Auld

Kiros Auld