Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS

Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS

Created by Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
Art Teacher: Ms. Pryor
Organized by the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
Theme: Expressions of Freedom and Equality 
Subject: Women’s History Month 
Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
1. Javier Ramirez, 9th grade 
Title: Star
Materials used: Yarn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
Art Teacher: Ms. Pryor
Organized by the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
Theme: Expressions of Freedom and Equality 
Subject: Women’s History Month 
Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
1. Created by Brynn Booker, 9th grade
Title: Hero
Materials used: burlap yarn

2. Created by Marquis White and Imani Huggins, 9th and 10th grade
Title: Bravery 
Materials used: burlap yarn
What is your artwork about? Barbara Rose and her bravery.

3. Created by Asha Battle, 9th grade
Title: A Woman’s Dream
Materials used: burlap yarn

4. Created by Katya Strakhova from Topeka, KS
Art Advocate and Dream Rocket project rocketeer