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Shaw Junior High School Negro History Week During Negro History Week, [[strikethrough]] while teaching at Shaw Junior High School, [/strikethrough]] Alma affilated with various committees [[strikethrough]] and had [/strikethrough]] art exhibits and assemblies [[strikethrough]] The senior assemblies During For ^[[some of]] these assemblies [[/strikethrough]] ^[[she]] designed the costumes and sceneries for the plays [[strikethrough]] For the month of February [[/strikethrough]] ^[[She]] presented in the Art Gallery works of Negro Artists at [[strikethrough]] Alma's [/strikethrough]] one the art exhibits, [[strikethrough]] works she [/strikethrough]] displayed outstanding Negro artists who exhibited at the Texas Centennial At one of the annual (1934) she exhibited Watercolors and Textile Designs by Miss Lori Jones, Photographer of African Art, Creative illustrations based upon African art designed of her pupils' Collection of pictures showing Negroes and their achievements in Creative Arts, Music, Theater, Fine Arts. (1931) She sponsored guest speaker, Professor James V. Herring, Head of the Art Department Howard University Subject: "Time Plus Painting". (1636) is spoke
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