JCPS students exhibit their works at the Speed ​​Art Museum

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GOOD THING, MENASHE. THANK YOU. DOZENS OF STUDENTS WERE EXHIBITED TODAY AT THE SPEED ART MUSEUM FOR THE WEB DUBOIS ACADEMY DAY FOR THE EMPOWERING THROUGH PANELS PROJECT. THE STUDENTS WERE INSTRUCTED TO CREATE THEIR OWN COMICS. EDUCATORS SAY THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THEIR STUDENTS TO EXPLORE THE POWER OF IMAGINATION, CREATIVITY AND BROTHERHOOD. IT WAS INCREDIBLE AT THE FIRST. JUST THINKING OF THE SPEED ART MUSEUM BEING A POET IN OUR COMMUNITY AND HAVING OUR YOUNG BLACK ARTISTS, OUR YOUNG BLACK BOYS CAN THROUGH THE HALL IS AMAZING. SO I AM THRILLED AND TRULY BLESSED TO HAVE A CHANCE TO BE PART OF THE EXHIBITION. UNFORTUNATELY WAS EXPOSED FOR JUST TODAY. BUT THE TEACHERS OF THE WEB DUBOIS ACADEMY HOPE

JCPS students exhibit their works at the Speed ​​Art Museum

Dozens of Jefferson County Public School students exhibited their art Sunday at the Speed ​​Art Museum for WEB DuBois Academy Day. For the ‘Empowering Through Panels’ project, students were tasked with creating their own strips drawn. for their students to explore the power of imagination, creativity and brotherhood. “It was overwhelming at first to think that the Speed ​​Art Museum is a pillar in our community, and that our young black artists, our young black boys can grace the halls are amazing. So I’m thrilled, I feel blessed may our students have this opportunity,” said Jahi Pekae, arts educator at WEB DuBois Academy.The exhibit was only on display on Sunday, but teachers at WEB Dubois Academy hope to reconnect with the museum in the future.

Dozens of Jefferson County Public School students exhibited their art Sunday at the Speed ​​Art Museum for WEB DuBois Academy Day.

For the “Empowering Through Panels” project, students were tasked with creating their own comics.

Educators said it was a great opportunity for their students to explore the power of imagination, creativity and sisterhood.

“It was overwhelming at first to think that the Speed ​​​​Art Museum is a pillar of our community, and that our young black artists, our young black boys can grace the halls, it’s amazing. So I feel thrilled, I feel blessed our students have this opportunity,” said Jahi Pekae, Arts Educator at WEB DuBois Academy.

The exhibit was only on display on Sunday, but teachers at WEB Dubois Academy hope to reconnect with the museum in the future.

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