At the King Arts Complex’s Martin Unites exhibit, Yajim Amadu gives a special inside look of his concept, “Inspire Change In Perception”. The display is currently on view in The Elijah Pierce Gallery until February 22, 2020, from 11 AM to 5:30 PM.
“Working to connect community through the arts, it engages central Ohio through performing, cultural, and educational programs that increase and disseminate knowledge regarding the vast and significant contributions of African-Americans to the culture and history of the U.S. and the world. The Youth Arts Education program is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary initiative designed for children and […]
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The goal of the King Arts Complex’s three-day Kwanzaa Winter Youth Academy is to teach kids about the holiday through art. And so on Wednesday, the first day of the week-long African-American holiday, that’s precisely what about a dozen children from 5 to 13 years old were doing.
About a dozen children took part in the Kwanzaa Winter Youth Academy on Thursday at the King Arts Complex. Organizers said the day camp for children ages five to 13 runs from December 26-28 and January 2-4. The holiday of Kwanzaa lasts for seven days in total, and each day, children at the camp are […]
Do you love your visiting relatives but, after 24 hours, enough is enough and if they won’t leave, you will? The arts community in Columbus gives friends, foes and family many opportunities to escape into holiday beauty, passion, drama and fun.
An annual Ohio art show will once again highlight black history and culture through several artistic mediums. The fifth annual Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms exhibit opens Saturday at the Ohio History Center in Columbus.
Chief Judge R. Guy Cole, Jr., U.S. District Judge Algenon L. Marbley and Alex Shumate to be honored at the King Arts Complex In 1940s Birmingham, Alabama, Center Street represented the color line. African-American families lived on one side of the street, while their white counterparts owned homes on the other. But when African-Americans began […]
Central Ohio’s celebration of the Harlem Renaissance continues this fall and into early next year, as the Greater Columbus Arts Council, Columbus Museum of Art, CAPA, and other arts organizations