Tuesday, February 22 at 7:00 p.m.
Between the world wars, African American artists produced an extraordinary output of painting, sculpture and photography answering a call to action from professor Alain Locke (Howard University). Diverse in style, these artists often told the story of important events in African American history, including The Great Migration.
In this Zoom presentation, art historian Jeff Mishur of Art Excursions discusses artists associated with this movement, including Horace Pippin, Aaron Douglass, Augusta Savage, Archibald Motley, Jr., James Van Der Zee, and Jacob Lawrence.
Meeting ID: 825 7382 1187
This Zoom program is funded by the Matawan Aberdeen Public Library and is co-sponsored by:
- Monroe Township Public Library
- Long Branch Public Library
- New Brunswick Public Library
- Old Bridge Public Library
- Plainfield Public Library
- South Brunswick Public Library
- South Plainfield Public Library