Students will study historical protest posters and consider how context informs their interpretation. They will select and redesign a poster to respond to a current issue of their choice and analyze their appropriation as an act of social change, connecting to history.
View a selection of protest posters from history.
Discuss the ways protest posters serve as communication tools for social concerns.
Divide into groups to compare and contrast individual interpretations.
Consider how personal experiences inform individual understandings of art.
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