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“Thunder Soul” Members of a 1970s Texas high-school jazz band reunite for a concert honoring their dedicated teacher and bandleader, Conrad O. Johnson Sr. Join Black Arts & Cultural Center for a screening and community discussion. 5:30-8:30pm Public Media Network (add address) FREE admission. Refreshments provided.
“Soundtrack for a Revolution” Bill Guttentag’s documentary examines the importance of music during the U.S. civil rights movement that took place during the 1950s and ’60s. The various sit-ins and public demonstrations of the era incorporated protest songs, folk tunes and spirituals, music that was a crucial part of the movement. Guttentag uses archival footage […]
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We live in a society that is losing it’s authenticity, so much that we have to add to ourselves, instead of being who we are at the core and who God created us to be. “No GMO’s” is aimed to highlight authenticity in its rarest form and uses the photography and visual art of Alfield […]
Natural Hairitage by Grand Rapids based artist E’lla Webber. The exhibit consists of silicone sculptures of African American women expressing natural hair and was a part of the 2016 Art Prize. 13
Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Black Arts Festival! Our office will be closed July 18th- July 22nd.
Black Arts & Cultural Center celebrates 30 years by exhibiting works from several of the original artists who started with BACC in 1986, including James Palmore, James Watkins, James Jackson, Al Levergne and Al Harris.