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Putting a spin on a piece of artwork from the Harlem Renaissance.
Art Challenge Video Recap, paradise kayla Belle, 12th Grader - North promo Point High School "Our birthday Breakthrough".The Harlem Renaissance was a cultural movement that spanned between the 1920s and 1930s.Notable promo visual artists during the Harlem Renaissance included Jacob Lawrence, Lois Mailou Jones, Aaron Douglas, Romare Bearden and Augusta Savage.During this time, an outburst of creativity among African Americans occurred in promo every aspect of art.Harlem, New York attracted a prosperous and stylish middle canada class which sprouted an artist center."I paradise was in love with Harlem before I got there" - Langston Hughes.African Americans were encouraged to celebrate their heritage.Jamey Staley, 12th Grader - Southern High School "What Black History Means to Me".Many great code musicians, writers, artist and great thinkers emerged during this time.This movement became known as the The code New Negro Movement and later coined The Harlem Renaissance named birds after promo a 1920 anthology by Alain Locke.An original work that reflects the history and creativity of the Harlem Renaissance.In honor of Black History Month, the Washington Wizards hosted a Harlem Renaissance Art Challenge which offered local middle and high school students the opportunity to showcase their creativity.Makayla Boyd, 12th Grader - Thomas Stone High School "A Prayer For Hope".Dyamond Johnson, 9th Grader - Westlake High School "Birthers of Proliferation". An original piece of work (a drawing, bitterblossom painting or mixed birchbox media piece) depicting bingemans life for African-Americans during the Harlem Renaissance.
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