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  1. Call to Order List at least three details from the picture. What elements do you see in this painting of the “Roaring Twenties”? What do you “hear” when you see this painting? What emotions and feelings do you think the artist was trying to convey when he or she painted this picture?

  2. Gallery Walk Expectations • At your own pace, walk the Harlem Renaissance gallery and silently take in each piece of artwork • On the post-its supplied, write down 1-2 sentences about the emotion that you feel when you look at the work • Attach the post-it to the work description • The music coming from the speakers is a piece of artwork too!

  3. Questions for Discussion: • 1. What feelings, all in all, did you feel were conveyed by a majority of the work? • 2. What themes did you see connecting all of the pieces of art? • 3. Based on what you’ve seen, what do you think the Harlem Renaissance was? • 4. What does “renaissance” mean?

  4. The Great Migration • Between 1910 and 1930, 1.6 million African Americans moved from the South and Southwest into the Northern Cities • Educated African Americans were able to get jobs, but many still faced discrimination in the workplace • In the early 1920s, there was a rebirth of the Klu Klux Klan

  5. The Harlem Renaissance • Art, music, poetry, sculpture was created by African American artists to express the joy, pride, and pain of being African American • These became wildly successful, and were shared on stages and in museums for all Americans

  6. Discussion Question • How effectively do you feel like these pieces of art conveyed the experience of African Americans during the time period in which they were created?

  7. In your groups, read the article that I give you. Come up with the main idea of the article as well as whether you agree of disagree with the opinion expressed in the article.

  8. Groups for the Article

  9. Five Groups for Chart Paper Questions