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The Art of Protest


SummerFun! / Arts & Crafts -
SummerFun! 2022

Use your art skills to make a difference. Learn how artists have raised awareness of injustice, united protest movements, and stood up to oppression. Try your hand at multiple forms of art, such as posters, political cartoons, and craftivism (artistic activism based on knitting, sewing, and other “domestic arts”). By the end of the week, you will create and display your own powerful work of protest art about an issue that matters to you.

Instructor

Meredith Moore


Kids for Racial Justice

Kids for Racial Justice supports children in developing the commitment and tools to dismantle racism. Director and lead educator Meredith Moore has two decades of experience as a K-12 teacher and curriculum developer. She researched institutional racism and its far-reaching impacts during her doctoral studies at Boston College. Kids for Racial Justice brings together Meredith's passions for teaching and racial justice. She can't think of anything more rewarding than working with kids to try to change the world.

The Art of Protest-W5 PM Gr 5-9

  Meredith Moore


Ottoson Middle School
Mon Aug 1 - Fri Aug 5
12:30 - 3:30 PM

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Grades   5th - 9th

The Art of Protest-W6 AM Gr 4-6

  Meredith Moore


Ottoson Middle School
Mon Aug 8 - Fri Aug 12
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Grades   4th - 6th

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