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The University of Arizona Museum of Art and Archive of Visual Arts

Virtual Members Talk | From Jim Crow to the Harlem Renaissance: Art, History, and Social Justice

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February 1, 2021 @ 12:00 p.m.

Presented by two scholars from Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design: Dr. Rebecka Black, Associate Professor and Head of Art History, and Dr. Tom Keefe, Assistant Professor of Liberal Arts

How do art and history intersect with social movements and calls for social justice in early 20th century America? Join Drs. Becky Black & Tom Keefe as they explore the art, history and social justice implications of the pivotal eras of Jim Crow and the Harlem Renaissance.

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Image: Jacob Lawrence, Diners (also, Café Scene), 1942, Gouache on paper, Gift of C. Leonard Pfeiffer