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Bring our museum to your classroom! Trained museum educators will come to your school to conduct an interactive historical workshop. Through the examination of historical artifacts and arts and crafts, students will gain a deeper knowledge of African American history in Prince George’s County.

Current Museum-In-A-Box Themes:

A Space of Their Own: Experience the history of Prince George’s County’s historically Black Townships.

Coming Home: The Story of African Americans in WWII and how they shaped community life in Prince George’s County.

A Struggle for Dignity: An Artistic Exploration of Slavery and Emancipation

War of 1812: The Life and Times of Charles Ball: Once Slave and Soldier

Paper Dolls: Poetic Responses to the Artwork of Ulysses S. Marshall

Duration: 45 minutes-1 hour, Age Group: All Grades

2011-2012 School Partners: Center for the Visual & Performing Arts (CVPA), Suitland High School 2012-2013 School Partners: CVPA, Suitland High School & G. James Gholson Middle School

To learn more about these programs, please contact:

Chanel Compton, Education Director Email: ccompton@pgaamcc.org ,

Phone: 301-209-0592, Fax: 301-209-0594 Address: Gallery 110, 3901 Rhode Island Avenue, Brentwood, MD. 20722