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Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
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Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, gives instructions Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum on making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America.

Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Olivia Cassidy,3, watches Genesis Rodriguez demonstrate a painting technique as Cassidy creates a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Olivia Cassidy,3, watches Genesis Rodriguez demonstrate a painting technique as Cassidy creates a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, left,demonstrates painting techniques Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, left,demonstrates painting techniques Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, gives instructions Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum on making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, gives instructions Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum on making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, gives instructions Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum on making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, gives instructions Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum on making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies in a Juneteenth water color collage activity in style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism, Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. This activity is part of the Museum's Juneteenth Celebration, they partnered with Juneteenth Lehigh Valley to take part in the activity locations leading up to Juneteenth. Different locations are hosting an event each day.
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies in a Juneteenth water color collage activity in style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism, Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. This activity is part of the Museum’s Juneteenth Celebration, they partnered with Juneteenth Lehigh Valley to take part in the activity locations leading up to Juneteenth. Different locations are hosting an event each day.
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, demonstrates painting techniques Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, demonstrates painting techniques Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Genesis Rodriguez, the Allentown Art Museum lead educator, hands out paint and paper supplies Thursday, June 6, 2024, for making a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Three-year-old Olivia Cassidy creates a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Three-year-old Olivia Cassidy creates a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Beth Merwarth helps her 3-year-old granddaughter, Olivia Cassidy, create a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Three-year-old Olivia Cassidy creates a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Three-year-old Olivia Cassidy creates a watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Three-year-old Olivia Cassidy shows her finished watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
Three-year-old Olivia Cassidy shows her finished watercolor collage Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the Allentown Art Museum. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
The Allentown Art Museum hosts a a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism activity. The activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. activity was part of the museum's celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)
The Allentown Art Museum hosts a a watercolor collage in the style of Sam Gilliam, known for abstract impressionism activity. The activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. activity was part of the museum’s celebration of Juneteenth, the June 19th holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America. (Amy Shortell /첥Ƶ)

 

 

 

 

 

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