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This program was developed and produced by Ruth R. Perlin,
Special Assistant to the Director for Education and Technology,
The Phillips Collection,
in collaboration with Swim Design Consultants:
Andrew Iskowitz, Principal/Creative Director and Laurie Swindull, Principal
John Welker, Designer

The program was made possible through a grant from AT& T

Please e-mail us your comments and ideas

The producers wish to thank the following persons for their assistance and contributions to the program:

At The Phillips Collection:

Jay Gates, Director
Elizabeth Hutton Turner, Senior Curator, organizer of the exhibition
Over the Line: The Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence
Suzanne Wright, Director of Education Programs
for excerpts from educational resources for teachers and students and images,
texts from the Student Art Workshop Program’s community collages

Richard Rutledge, Chief Operating Officer
Darci Vanderhoff, Chief Information Officer
Thora Colot, Director of Marketing and Business Activities
Nathan Martin, Grants and Research Manager
Elsa Mezvinsky-Smithgall, Assistant Curator
Faith Flanagan, Director of Graphic Communication
Joanna Rothman, Shellie Marker, Vanessa Curtis, Education Office
Silvia Malumbres, Intern, The George Washington University Museum Studies Program,
Greg Stevens, M.A.T. Museum Education Program, The George Washington University

With special thanks to:

Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence

Peter T. Nesbett, Executive Director,
The Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Foundation

Photography Credits:

Childrens’ Collages: Barry Myers, Bethesda, Md.

Archival images in Beginnings: Harlem Sequence

A Tenement House in Harlem,
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division
Office of War Information Collection, LC USW 3 24074-E

Sid Grossman, Children Playing in Alle yway, 148th St., ca.1930’s
Museum of the City of New York
The Federal Arts Project, 43.131.9.7

Sid Grossman, Harlem Scene, Eighth Avenue and 114th Street,
(outdoor produce stalls, shoppers), ca. 1930’s
Museum of the City of New York
The Federal Arts Project, 43.131.9.44

Sid Grossman, Harlem Scene, 133rd Street, Advance Division of U.N.I.A, ca.1930’s
Museum of the City of New York
The Federal Arts Project, 43.131.9.61

Sid Grossman, Harlem Scene, 133rd Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues,
ca.1930’s
Museum of the City of New York
The Federal Arts Project, 43.131.9.14

Sid Grossman, Harlem Scene, Shops, 133rd Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues,
(automobile, shoppers)
, ca.1930’s
Museum of the City of New York
The Federal Arts Project, 43.131.9.34

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