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American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

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We all have individual perspectives. Forty years ago, through his unique style of painting, artist Oscar de Mejo depicted seminal scenes from the American Revolution. These 15 works are housed in the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation permanent collection. To help us build with the future in mind, we welcome new traditions to be developed with the next generation through this drop-in maker session. Drop-in for however long you want to stay for these art-maker activities. Again, through the artwork of de Mejo, explore the theme of LIBERTY as it relates to you and your views on the American Revolution.

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In Person, Indoor

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beginner-friendly

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