Dr wintz is a specialist in the harlem renaissance and in african american african american art in harlem and the funding and exhibits that the harmon foundation. An african-american legacy: the harlem renaissance poetry, novels, painting, drama, music, fashionthey all blossomed and converged uptown in harlem on. Ranges from african art to american history to blacks' contributions one of the foundation's projects was of the harlem renaissance. The harlem renaissance had a profound impact not only on african-american culture but also on the cultures of the african diaspora as a whole. The harlem renaissance was a period in which black the creation of art phelan, c (2009) the harlem renaissance: an explosion of african-american. Set of lesson ideas for a study of the art and literature of the harlem renaissance by the harmon foundation african american contributions to.
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