This spectacular building houses an outstanding collection of contemporary and 20th century art, including many artists unknown to me.
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We stopped by on Sunday, 9/3/17, and it was worth it. Lovely pieces of art. Some pieces really made you stop and think. I would certainly do this again. We were even told about the advantage of having a Bank of America account. This is...More
My wife and I visited the Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture for the first time Father's Day. We enjoyed muchly. Situated within a block of two other arts/crafts museum, the Gantt probably doesn't get the attention it deserved. We saw four significant...More
So glad I found on Groupon.Attended on Father's Day. This is a great museum and very well put together. The Alison Saar: The Nature of Us, Jordan Casteel: Harlem Notes, The Future is Abstract and Zun Lee: Father Figure. It celebrates the contributions of Africans...More
Here is something to think about for those who are truly interested in racial integration in this country. Why do ethnic and other race related museums and centers have to be staffed by people of the same group? There are museums in the USA for...More
i attended an evening social gathering on the top floor of this facility. great building. my visit included a visit to the museum floors. excellent information.
It was a little on the small side, but making up for its size was the level of depth in the artists interpretation of African American history. They had abstract exhibits, camera media, and my favorite an awesome exhibition hall of sculptures... If you have...More
Besides art work there are often other cultural and fun events at the museum. During the summer months, there are rooftop jazz concerts. Saw and listened to Merlie Edgars (Medgar Edgars widow) there among others. (Pardon the spelling of her first name.)