February 12, 2022

Horace Pippin was an African American artist who questioned the true meaning of victory for African American soldiers and America at large during World Wars I and II.

In this program, students will investigate discrimination during times of war through photographs, World War I and II posters and comic books. Using Pippin’s tools as an artist and storyteller, they will create individual representations of what victory would look like in today’s America.

Reservations are required for these programs. To reserve your space, please email Allison Neslund.

Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.


Further information

  • Location: The Trout Gallery
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Calendar Icon
  • Cost: Free