Writer, painter and actor/ Julian K. Van Dyke Julian K. Van Dyke the actor has been on stage in several theater productions: ("Bus Stop", "Cobb", "Bud, Not Buddy" "Sweat" all in the comfort of Riverwalk Theater located in his hometown of Lansing and East Lansing, Michigan. Julian K. Van Dyke the painter, muralist has completed commissioned art murals on walls of his hometown in addition to being shown at Agora Gallery located in the art district of Manhattan, New York and recently at the sold out Red Dot art show located in the Mana Wynwood art district of Miami, Florida. Julian Van Dyke the writer has authored books "The Music We Call Jazz" "The Things We Do At My School" "Juneteenth, Celebrating Freedom", "Does This Make You A Bully?" in addition to releasing his fun imagery, "So You Think You Can Color? a coloring book for all ages. With finding time to visit schools and talk to students, feels that "art is strengthened when it's shown and given to our youth"