P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

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Why not have an art sale! by Brandon Sanders

Hey, Brandon here! I need your help to raise money for SOS Children’s Villages-USA fundraisers. How will we you may ask?Let me give you a hint. Do you like to draw?Then why not have an art sale! Many people can draw. So why don’t you? We need your help, so make a copy of whatever […]

Slideshow of Geneve Brossard of Rotunda Gallery – Maasai Beadwork

Anthony Ramcharran’s Transformer Transformed Rotunda BRIC

Yesterday, when I went to the closing ceremonies at the Rotunda BRIC Gallery to see PS 119’s incredible art exhibition, I was astounded by the arresting and provoking images made by our talented students. The one image that stood out for me was this striking image, which obviously made an impact on the curators as […]

Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan – Born in Amersfoort NL & Buried in Cypress Hills Brooklyn

He was an important contributor to the De Stijl art movement and group, which was founded by Theo van Doesburg. He evolved a non-representational form which he termed Neo-Plasticism. This consisted of a grid of vertical and horizontal black lines and the use of the three primary colors. – Wikipedia

ANYtime Flatland Connection – Photo Exhibition at Brooklyn Borough Hall

From WE SHALL OVERCOME To YES WE CAN!: Our First African-American President

TABLE OF CONTENTS: I. Slavery in the New World: Which Side Are You On? II. Abolitionists & The Underground Railroad III. The Civil War: A Moral Dilemma Tears Apart The Nation IV. Reconstruction: From Bondage to the Ballot Box to Public Office V. The Jim Crow Era VI. We Shall Overcome: Brown v. The Board […]

PS 119 Photoclub’s Trip to ICP – International Center of Photography – A Sequence of Events

Walking to the Flatbush Junction Our Own Private Subway Car Are We There Yet? Forty-Second Street: Times Square Station Walking to the International Center of Photography Museum Henry Miller Theatre – Wikipedia ICP Lobby Watching A Video About The Life of Early Fashion Photographer Edward Steichen The Lost Archives of Hungarian Photographer Martin Munkacsi Upstairs […]

PS 119 – Rotunda Gallery Collaboration

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