Student Artwork: Kai Gokita



Oil pastels

Kai Gokita


My name is Kai. I am twelve years old. I enjoy playing the piano.

About the Art

This piece is a drawing of an exhibit at the African American History Museum. The exhibit is a photo of the February 1st 1960 lunch counter sit in by Black students at a Woolworth in Greensboro, North Carolina. For me, this drawing means that everyone should be treated equally.


I like riding my bicycle, eating cup noodle and playing video games. I hope to become an engineer.

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GEORGIA O’KEEFFE | White Flower (detail), 1932 | Oil on panel | © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, ARS | Gift of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. | 1934.007
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