The Fight for Victory: Middle School Program at The Trout Gallery
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About the Event
What is victory? This is a question posed in the painting Mr. Prejudice created by the artist Horace Pippin. Pippin experienced how African American soldiers fighting in World War I and World War II faced discrimination when they returned from battle. This inspired a fight not just abroad, but also at home. In this program, students will use Pippin’s self-taught art techniques to decide how they see American victory.
This program is designed for students of Middle School age. This program is free and open to the public.
Reservations are required for these programs. To reserve your space, please email Allison Neslund at firstname.lastname@example.org.