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February Film Viewing & Discussion: Hidden Colors 2

February Film Viewing & Discussion: Hidden Colors 2

FOTC Presents, Detroit 67, Feb. 9th – 12th

FOTC Presents, Detroit 67, Feb. 9th – 12th

“13th” Documentary, Film Viewing & Discussion Jan. 31st

“13th” Documentary, Film Viewing & Discussion Jan. 31st

Art for Change

Art for Change

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Exhibit Open: Celebration of Kwanzaa

Exhibit Open: Celebration of Kwanzaa

Black Arts & Cultural Center presents a showcase of the celebration of Kwanzaa featuring graphic arts by Andre Ford.  

November Art Hop: Dialogic featuring James Jackson

November Art Hop: Dialogic featuring James Jackson

Dialogic presented by James Jackson. 50 years of art in Kalamazoo dealing with the environmental impacts through the eyes of Aikido and pureminology.

Become a Kwanzaa Bazaar Vendor Today! **Location Change**

Become a Kwanzaa Bazaar Vendor Today! **Location Change**

Sign up today to be a Kwanzaa Bazaar Vendor and be part of the Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration weekend! Signup, online payment accept below. Download and complete the vendor form below and scan and email back to info@blackartskalamazoo.org. For more information or questions please email info@blackartskalamazoo.org or call (269) 349-1035.     Download Vendor Form Pre-Kwanzaa Bazaar Vendor […]

Exhibit Open: Alphabet Medley III

Exhibit Open: Alphabet Medley III

BACC will showcase Alphabet Medley III and exhibit featuring a local artistic cohort consisting of several local artists. Exhibit will be showing until October 31st, 2016.

Pre-Kwanza Celebration, Dec 15th – 17th

Pre-Kwanza Celebration, Dec 15th – 17th

Help Us Reach $2,500! Donate to Win!

Help Us Reach $2,500! Donate to Win!

Join Our Cause The Black Arts & Cultural Center has been in existence for more than three decades and stands as the only organization of its kind in Kalamazoo and Southwest Michigan.  BACC has provided programs, activities and events that have enriched the local, regional, national and international community and encouraged many artists, specifically artists […]