Poindexter Village–Windows of Stories, Youth Art Challenge

​The James Preston Poindexter Foundation and Ohio History Connection are inviting Columbus City Schools students to participate in an art project, Poindexter Village–Windows of Stories. We are requesting students to create works for windows that cover the two remaining buildings for the first African American Museum.

Kindergarten–8th Grade

We invite Elementary and Middle school students of Columbus City Schools to explore the culture and rich history of our neighborhood through discovering traditions of the early 1900’s and/or by celebrating the works of native Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson who gives a descriptive look into the history and life of our community.

9th–12th Grade

We encourage High school of Columbus City Schools to discover historic black businesses of Long Street or traditional celebrations of the Near East Side. Through art, have them honor the past by learning about village heroes and moments that paved the way toward this neighborhoods rich history and culture.

Poindexter Village–Windows of Stories Award Reception

Brought to you by James Poindexter Preston Foundation & Ohio History Connection
Mon., May. 9, 2022 • 5 p.m.
Ohio History Connection, Auditorium
800 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, OH 43211

Free and open for youth and families of students and community partners.
Reserve your free ticket at: https://poindextervillagewindowsofstoriesawards.eventbrite.com
For more information visit poindextervillagemuseum.org