Fourth Floor Art Gallery
Black History Month Art Exhibit - February 2 - March 11, 2016 Exhibitions & Programs Hours About Our Queens Exhibit Details Driving Directions & Visitor Parking Gallery Mission Since 2004 the John B.
Purpose The Archival Gallery at Florida Memorial University is housed on the first floor of the Nathan W. Collier Library. It has been established not only to further establish historical order, but also to give a terse account of university records items that have been received and maintained throughout their life cycle. These records are kept as accurate historical evidence of value as they have been accessioned and barcoded for permanence in the University archival and special…
Dr. John Biggers, world-renowned artist, established the Art Department at Texas Southern University in 1949. One of his major goals for the University was to develop a collection of traditional Africa Art. | Examples of the African Art Gallery | The University Museum at Texas Southern University was founded in the year 2000. #BlackMuseums
Descendant of Booker T. Washington and Fredrick Douglas speaks at Voorhees College’s Founder’s Day
Dr. Kenneth Morris, Jr. delivered a message on students creating their own legacies through education during the Voorhees College 121st Founder’s Day Convocation.
University Museum and Cultural Center
University Museum and Cultural Center (UMCC) online. UMCC is home to the Keepers of the Spirit: The L.A. Davis, Sr. Historical Collection that documents the more than 140 year history of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB).
Winston-Salem State University
This is the home Simon Green Atkins built around 1893. He and his family lived here for more than 20 years. In 2002, the house was moved three blocks away to its current location and renovated. It is currently home to the Winston Salem State University Alumni Engagement and the Passport Office
Applications To Black Colleges Are On The Rise And D.C.'s HBCU Museum Aims To Push Enrollment Higher | WAMU
Historically black colleges and universities have educated future doctors and lawyers, lifted many African Americans out of poverty and created the black middle class as we know it. A new HBCU Museum, located near Howard University, is working to preserve that legacy.
The Mezzanine Gallery at the Wallace Hall Fine Arts Center is a meeting ground for the students of Gadsden State, the local community and the arts community at large. The mission of the gallery is to present significant works, through exhibitions and programming, by local, national, and international artists.