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Temple Hill Eighth Grade Scholars Honor Black History Month with Typographic Portraits
Temple Hill eighth-grade scholars created Typographic Portraits of inspirational African Americans in honor of Black History Month. Ms. Elizabeth Mill's students combined the beauty of lettering and illustration to create the remarkable images. The portraits honor the legacy of past and present heroes in Black History from Rosa Parks and Muhammed Ali to Kobe Bryant.
This lesson focused on NYS Learning Standard: VA:Cr2.3.8 - Select, organize, and design images and text to make visually clear and compelling artistic work.
Photos in story provided by Ms. Elizabeth Mills
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