theyellowcanoeMuseums using art to facilitate kids' introduction/exploration of #socialjustice! Here are two: one in Los Angeles and the other in Chicago. Do you know of a similar program in your area?
http://cmasj.org Children's Museum of Art and Social Justice
https://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2017/02/art-without-walls-how-would-you-defeat-racism/ ======> Repost via @hammer_museum:Throughout #BlackHistoryMonth we’ll continue to share works from our digital archive of the exhibition “Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles, 1960–1980,” which chronicled the vital legacy of the city's African American artists.
Dan Concholar was a member of the Black Arts Council (BAC), an organization that worked to expand opportunities for African American artists working in Los Angeles. The BAC successfully lobbied the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to exhibit more work by African American artists, which resulted in the exhibitions “Three Graphic Artists: Charles White, David Hammons, and Timothy Washington” (1971), “Los Angeles 1972: A Panorama of Black Artists” (1972), and “Two Centuries of Black American Art” (1976). —
Dan Concholar, “Zebra Man Coming Series,” 1971. Ink drawing. 24 x 24 in. (61 x 61 cm). Collection of Linda Goode Bryant, New York. Photo by Tim Nighswander/IMAGING4ART. #NowDigThis #digpublishing #BlackArt #DanConcholar
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