Through Thursday February 27, level 3 of the Hannon Library is host to a vibrant exhibition of art from K-5 students in the LMU Family of Schools.
Celebrating Black History: Culture, Community, and Contributions
Historian Carter G. Woodson felt that Black History Month should emphasize the influence of African Americans on American history. During the Harlem Renaissance, artists, poets, novelists, and musicians also looked toward Africa as a source of history and culture. This exhibit provides us with an opportunity to reflect on the culture, community, and contributions of African Americans in through the creative lens of the students in our local community.
This exhibition is free and open to the public.