Lois Mailou Jones was an American Artist in the 20th century, who created various art-pieces. I discuss a few of her pieces and discuss their connections to the Harlem Renaissance.
A showcase of talent from all across the city, art one would never imagine seeing in any other place than New York City.
Amid the Harlem Renaissance, Black artists like Augusta Savage were at the forefront of promoting change, as their art was a platform that empowered the Black community.
Art can be manifested even in the most mundane. This goes hand in hand with the idea of pareidolia, or finding themes and associations in how things are arranged, no matter how random they may be.
“Connections” explores the idea that people can transcend their known experiences through learning about the expressions of artists vastly different from themselves.
The experiences of one freshman college student: a little lost, somewhat confused, still stuck in a pandemic. Through the lens of the Arts, this project captures the past few months of her life.
Cracking jokes in comedy is more than it seems. It can comment on society for conversations through an artistic form of communication. This idea is reflected through Bo Burnham’s “Inside.”
Learn about Aaron Douglas and his most famous contribution to the Harlem Renaissance
Understanding the meaning of everything through philosophy, arts, and literature
Jacob Lawrence was one of the fathers of the Harlem Renaissance. He spent most of his life in Harlem, which consequently was where he drew most of his inspiration from.