The Fight for Victory: Middle School Program at The Trout Gallery
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 email@example.com.