Harlem Renaissance at the L.I.F.E. School of Art in Tappahannock

RCC Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning will offer an artistic journey through the Harlem Renaissance at the L.I.F.E. School of Art in Tappahannock. The course will be Tuesday, September 10 and 17, and Thursday, September 12 and 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm. “Harlem Renaissance Rewind: Painting and Prose” is a hands-on course exploring your creativity through expressions in painting and prose. Students will discover the different art forms and artists of the period and create their own masterpiece in the style of the movement. Participants will learn about the social, cultural, and political circumstances that gave rise to the Harlem Renaissance.
Instructor Donna Jackson is a native of Northumberland County, and currently teaches middle school art for Richmond County. Jackson, and a cofounder, opened L.I.F.E. School of Art in 2018 in Tappahannock. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design from Norfolk State University and a Master of Arts degree in arts management from George Mason University. Her love for the arts continues through her nonprofit venture.
Advance registration, with payment of $55 which includes supplies, is required. For more information or to register, call 804-333-6824 or visit www.Rappahannock.edu