It is the home of many well-known artists and actors. Located throughout the city, many mural art and wall art are placed everything in the city which is like no other. I believe this could have impacted her into becoming interested in art and creating her art such as the Kitchen and Back Yard. She wanted to leave a mark in art history by having others remember her from something that has not been done before. Although, many will think her art is unusual, she created something talks about her life and the way she is able to view art in today’s age.
Margret Sanger was born on September 14,1879 in Corning, New York. She worked as a nurse and developed a desire to help women who were suffering from unwanted pregnancies. She started touring around to educate women and she also started a feminist publication called the Woman Rebel. This magazine caused Margret to potentially face five-years in prison so to avoid that she moved to England. In October 1915 she returned to the U.S and continued to advocate for women 's rights to birth control.
Another reason she deserves to be honored is her analytical mind is advanced because she learns it over time as she goes on. According to (Osburn) she is working on her novel for her bachelor of art. Finishing her novel is very important to her.
A famous artist once said “What I would rather do is to paint something beautiful”, Alma Thomas. Throughout her entire life Alma Thomas have created many paintings that hang up on museums walls where everybody was able to recognize that was a painting done by Alma Thomas. Not only did she spend time painting famous art work, Alma Thomas was an art teacher who taught at Washington D.C. schools for over 35 years. Many people today will describe Alma a force in the Washington Color School. Alma Thomas is an inspiration to me for her early life challenges, teaching career, and successful accomplishments.
At only 17 years old Susan eloise hinton became one of the most successful authors of the 1960’s she broke the barriers of being a female writer by writing her award winning book the outsiders and is still one of the most popular writers of young adult fiction. Once published the outsiders gave her a lot of publicity and fame, and also a lot of pressure. She was becoming ¨the voice of the youth¨ The pressure of that title resulted in a 3 year writer 's block. Her boyfriend (and now, her husband),who had gotten sick of her being depressed all the time, eventually broke this block.
She had lacked access to healthcare for most of her life because of her race, and so when she was diagnosed with cancer she ended up at Johns Hopkins Hospital, because it was one of the few hospitals on the east coast that allowed the treatment of African Americans. It was on her death bed in John Hopkins, that some cells were taken from her without her permission, which was not ethical. It was those cells that were immortalized in a culture and are now called HeLa cells. HeLa cells, while not ethically sourced have been an amazing cell culture. They have been used to develop the polio vaccine and invitro fertilization, and the cells are still being used for drug development today.
When she joined Ailey’s dance company to when she became a choreographer. She had contributed so much to the AAADC by not only being a part of it but by giving to the company whether money, publicity, or even hard work is. She has won many important awards such as the Kennedy centers honors, The BET honors award for education, New York state Governor’s art award, Prime Time Emmy Award and American Choreography Award for Outstanding Choreography in the PBS special A Hymn for Alvin Ailey, national medal of arts, and many more. Where is she now?
-Vivien Leigh was born November 5, 1913, in the city of Darjeeling, India. A daughter of an English stockbroker and an Irish mother. The family rebounded to England as Vivien turned six years old. A year afterwards, the premature Vivien Leigh came forward to her classmate Maureen O’Sullivan that she will be famous, but so soon that anyone would have known about her bright future. As a teenager, she went to schools, in England, Germany, Italy and France.
By showing that she can do that she is setting examples that anyone can do anything they just have to put in the work and never give up not matter what. Like Katherine Johnson known as the woman who loved to count, she also had many other wonderful things in her life like being a wife ,mother, and a right to freedom in history. Her life has inspired many young women around the world to stand for what they want in life and don't hold back and also respect people and make sure they respect
Her legacy inspires and influences artists, designers, and writers
Unfortunately, Angela’s father died when she was 9 years old, which had a huge impact on what the rest of her life would be like. Lansbury received a scholarship to study drama at the Lucy Fagan school in New York City. Her mother later than advised Lansbury