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Book review: Harlem Renaissance Party, by Faith Ringgold

Ringgold, Faith. Harlem Renaissance Party. Amistad/HarperCollins. 2015. $17.99. unp. 978-0-06-057911-1. Ages 6-9:

In this imaginary look at a time and place in New York City during the 1920s connected to the fostering of black arts, a boy and his uncle Bates attend a party after seeing the announcement written in the sky. 107 more words

Book Reviews

Everyone Can Fly + a Book Giveaway

Isabelle had my favorite kind of play date yesterday afternoon since it involved a museum and a craft project! We met up with Joanna and her son at the… 767 more words

Slice Of Life

Interventions in Printmaking: Three Generations of African American Women

Interventions in Printmaking: Three Generations of African-American Women

Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley

This exhibition features artists from throughout the United States and the African diaspora who have brokered new technologies and approaches to printmaking while addressing issues pertaining to history, identity, and politics. 281 more words

African American Artists

Hood Dreams And Tar Beaches

He reeks of cookie dough and alien paranoia, wipes his astronaut dreams on a snot crusted superman shirt as his eyes climb every star. He counts them as day slowly releases it’s grip and turns to night. 449 more words

The Brooklyn Chronicles

Pic of the Day: Faith Ringgold

I started noticing Faith Ringgold when I read about her in Ken Robinson’s book “The Element”. Here is one of her tapestries

Art

Day 15 28 Days Later Campaign from The Brown Bookshelf: Faith Ringgold

Award winning mixed media sculptor, painter, writer, and more is Day 15 featured author. Read about this multi-talented artist/author/illustrator here: http://thebrownbookshelf.com/2015/02/15/day-15-faith-ringgold/

Children's Literature