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CAM Kids Day Online: Black Art History

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Welcome to CAM Kids Day Online. This month is Black History Month, so we are celebrating talented black artists that make American culture diverse and rich. Check out the activities below to learn and play! 


Meet Artist Terence Hammonds

Learn about some of the people featured in Terence Hammond’s installation, Everything is Everything, now on view in the Rosenthal Education Center (REC). 


Storytime at Home with the Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library

In this video Miss Kimberly reads Fancy Party Gowns: The Story of Fashion Designer Ann Cole Lowe written by Deborah Blumenthal and illustrated by Laura Freeman.



Artist Everage King talks about his artwork of Martin Luther King Jr.

Listen to artist and former CAM staff talk about his portrait of Martin Luther King Jr., a work which is a part of the museum’s permanent collection.



Celebrate Alma Thomas with Happen, Inc.

Check out artist Alma Thomas and learn to color in her style. Download here.


National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Have fun with these printable coloring sheets from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Harriet Tubman

Freedom Seekers

Freedom Hands


Black Art History Scavenger Hunt

Learn about some of the artwork in the museum’s collection made by black artists. Can you find these artworks in the galleries?

Click here to view the scavenger hunt