Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Harlem Renaissance Projects

At the end of our Harlem Renaissance unit students were asked to demonstrate what they learned by interviewing a friend, creating an artwork, writing a poem or book or making a brain map. Students worked independently or in a small group. All of the projects were incredibly thoughtful and well done. Some projects included a sculpture of Zora Neale Hurston, a sculpture of a figure in an artwork by Aaron Douglas, a poem entitled Hard Times and a brain map showing the important people and places of the Harlem Renaissance.