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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

Film Viewing & Discussion: Love & Basketball

Film Viewing & Discussion: Love & Basketball

Now Showing Women’s Pay Equity Exhibit

Now Showing Women’s Pay Equity Exhibit

Music Hop

Music Hop

We’re excited to be a part of The Music Hop Kalamazoo Launch!! Stop byBlack Arts & Cultural Center on April 22nd from 7:30pm-10:30pm to check out these amazing artists! 7:30pm-DJ Conscious 7:45pm-Samara 8pm-Danny Rosea 8:15pm-Imagry 8:30pm-VH 8:45pm-Olivia Terrentine 8:50pm-DeLawren Bradshaw 8:55pm-Ashley Hicks-Alston 9:10pm-Denise Miller 9:25pm-Yolonda Lavender 9:30-Soul Cypher 9:40-Last Gasp 10:15-DJ Conscious 10:30pm-end of show Don’t miss […]

Face Off Theatre Company Presents…..Home on the Mornin’ Train, April 14 – 17

Face Off Theatre Company Presents…..Home on the Mornin’ Train, April 14 – 17

  Hope. Inspiration. Survival Two stories of courage and faith are intertwined in this remarkable play. We follow the path of a Jewish girl in WWII Germany and the journey of a young runaway slave in the deep South in the early 1800’s.  The means of survival for both is the underground railroad. Home on the […]

Exhibit Open:  Aurore Uwase Munyabera, Iwacu “Home”

Exhibit Open: Aurore Uwase Munyabera, Iwacu “Home”

 Aurore Uwase Munyabera Iwacu “Home” Black Arts & Cultural Center will feature Iwacu, meaning “Home”. Home is a land of a thousand hills nestled in the heart of Africa. Rwanda is the home of artist,who uses watercolor and digital mediums to bring us Iwacu. Her Rwandan roots can be seen in much of her work, […]

2016 Black Arts Festival Unity Sing-Off

2016 Black Arts Festival Unity Sing-Off

Sign-Up to Sing-off Here! Pay Entry Fee Here!

Film Viewing & Discussion: What Happened Ms. Simone?, March 29 @ YWCA

Film Viewing & Discussion: What Happened Ms. Simone?, March 29 @ YWCA

Black Arts & Cultural Center will partner with the YWCA of Kalamazoo for our March film viewing and discussion. In honor of Women’s History Month we’ll be screening What Happened Miss Simone? Come and enjoy the film followed by a discussion with our guest panelists… Internationally recognized artist, vocalist, writer and musician, Nashon Holloway and […]

Arts, Business, & Law Rescheduled for Wednesday, March 9

Arts, Business, & Law Rescheduled for Wednesday, March 9