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Black Arts & Cultural Center is partnering with GLAMA (Great Lakes Acoustic Music Association) and hosting a Meet & Greet Artist Reception for the The Ebony Hillbilles. Thursday October 23, 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the Black Arts & Cultural Center, complimentary refreshments provided.
The BACC would like to formally congratulate Belinda Tate as the new Executive Director at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts in downtown Kalamazoo. We would like to welcome her to the Kalamazoo community by hosting a Welcome Reception, Thursday October 9th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the Black Arts & Cultural Center, 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, […]
The Piano Lesson Opens Friday Oct 24, at 8pm. Dates: Oct. 24-25, 31, Nov. 1- 8pm, Oct. 26 & Nov. 2- 2pm Ticket Prices: General Admission Tickets- $20 BACC members-$15 Seniors and Students-$10 Purchase Tickets Here Summary: It is 1936 and Boy Willie arrives in Pittsburgh from the South in a battered truck loaded […]
Join us Friday October 3, 2014 from 5pm-8pm, in the Gaily Sydnor Gallery at Black Arts & Cultural Center for a showing of creative works by Grand Rapids Artists Scott Robinson and Gil Horne. Refreshments and info on the BACC will be provided.
We are glad to host Monroe A. O’Bryant aka Akibang, whose graphic series “Realistic Neglects” will be showing in the Gail Sydnor Gallery until September 30th, 2014. You do not want to miss this exhibit! *Images contain graphic content, discretion is advised*
KALAMAZOO, MICH.- The BACC would like to thank all those who made the 2014 Black Arts Festival a major success.The hard work and dedication of the Kalamazoo community paid off in a huge way. Interim Executive Director, Yolonda Lavender, stated, “The festival was very successful. We were able to build on the legacy the BACC […]
KALAMAZOO, MICH- Western Michigan University Alum: From Pursuing his Dreams to Pursuing his PURPOSE National Speaker and self-proclaimed “Networking King and Versatile Man of the Century” Joe Johnson is jumpstarting the lives of people all across the country. Johnson, who is known for his energetic speaking, re-engaging people into their own lives, education […]
KALAMAZOO, MI — After six years at the helm of the Black Arts & Cultural Center, executive director Sid Ellis announced he will be leaving the organization later this week. Ellis has accepted a position with Kalamazoo’s Colleague International, an organization that, according to its website, “facilitates international exchange programs to further adult professional development in business, education, […]