Marquetta Johnson is a Teaching Artist and Quilter currently residing in Jonesboro, Georgia. She has over 30 years of teaching experience and professional development in the areas of Arts Integration, Arts Infusion and Inclusive Classrooms. Marquetta has appeared on many radio and television shows discussing and demonstrating her art form, an example being HGTV’s “Crafters Coast to Coast”. Marquetta’s artwork has been featured in several magazines including “Quilt Magazine” and MARTA’s “Marta on the Go Magazine”. Her artwork is in many private and corporate collections such as the estate of the late B.B King, Faith Ringgold, The University of Maryland, Turner Broadcasting, and The Coca Cola Company. Marquetta is also a published author having written the book “Hand Dyed Quilts”.. Marquetta has affiliations with VSA arts International/Kennedy Center, The Names Project-The Aids Memorial Quilt Foundation, Museum of Design Atlanta and the High Museum of Art- Atlanta.. Marquetta presently is a Teaching Artist at the High Museum of Art- Atlanta.