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Lesson Two: Colors Tints & Shades

Hi everyone! As mentioned before Lesson Two will be posted today. (See 28 secs video for details) This class is geared toward our older students however, younger students are more than welcome to try this exercise out. I will upload this to my YouTube channel (at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesjVCRs0SzWK_WgJYj48Ew) and add the assignment to the google classroom. Thanks and have wonderful day!

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Lesson One Posted – Free Online Art Classes

I’m so happy that many of you expressed interest in the children’s online art classes. For students (parents) who signed up for the classes you should have received a google classroom invite from me. If you are interested in signing up your student please email me by filling out the contact form at this website.

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Free Online Art Classes for Out of School Children

Hello everyone! There is so much happening at this moment in each of our lives with the Coronovirus pandemic. For me this means finding activities for my children to do while at home for the next four weeks. I’m offering free online art classes for our beautiful and creative children. The classes are geared towards school aged children and most materials will be items you can easily find at home or online. Please read this post for details.

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“Making History: Meta Warrick Fuller’s Ethiopia,” by Renée Ater

At the same time, Ethiopia's message was assimilationist in the way it was exhibited at a "melting pot" event, representing the emancipation of a people attempting to prove their value to a society that had long excluded blacks from full involvement as United States citizens.[2]