Meet Faith Ringgold: 86-year-old app developer
Artist Faith Ringgold is a master of reinvention. In her early 80s, she created an art making app, called Quiltuduko, based on the game Sudoku. The app uses colors and images instead of numbers and is meant to empower people to create their own art.
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