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Puttin on The Ritz: New Exhibit Launched at HMAAC

Puttin on The Ritz: New Exhibit Launched at HMAAC

The Harrison Museum of African American Culture announces a dual exhibition, “MANY FACES” featuring photographer Robert Houston and “FAMILY PICTURES from UNEXPECTED PLACES” featuring photographer Anthony French. The exhibition, a photographic essay on American life, documents “Life in Resurrection City”, the concept of coming back to life […]

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Tea Party and Hat Show

Tea Party and Hat Show

Join us on Sunday, May 7th at 2:00 PM for an afternoon of fashion and tea. See the latest trends and traditions in hat design from local vendors and hat collectors. Participants are encouraged to wear their favorite hats (gentlemen too) and can be a part of […]

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The Mountaintop

The Mountaintop

The Mountaintop By Katori HallDrama, Staged Reading | February 24 – February 25 The Mountaintop takes place on the evening of April 3, 1968 in a motel room in Memphis, Tennessee. The story centers on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., prominent leader of the American civil rights […]

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New Exhibit Opening: A Place For All People!

New Exhibit Opening: A Place For All People!

The Harrison Museum of African American Culture Celebrates the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture with the Smithsonian Poster Exhibition for Black History Month! Please R.S.V.P to 540-857-4395 Admission for the opening is $10.

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The Incomparable Artistry of Waltye Rasulala

The Harrison Musem is proud to present The Incomparable Artistry of Waltye Rasulala on Sunday May 15th at 3:30pm. Join us for an afternoon of lyric and song on the Trinkle Main Stage of Mill Mountain Theatre! Waltye Rasulala, lyric soprano, has entertained audiences in both concert […]

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Moment In Time – Opening Reception

Moment In Time – Opening Reception

Please join us on Sunday, April 24 at 3:00 PM for our “Moment in Time” opening reception featuring the photography of widely acclaimed Milton Williams.

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Kwanzaa: Harvesting the Fruits

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Author to present untold story of all-African American D-Day Battalion

Author to present untold story of all-African American D-Day Battalion

Virginia Western, Harrison Museum to host special event beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 10 Virginia Western Community College and the Harrison Museum of African American Culture invite the public to attend a special presentation on Tuesday, Nov. 10, by author Linda Hervieux about her new book, […]

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Thank You to Our Sponsors!

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5th Annual Sunday Jazz Brunch

Featuring Music By: Silent Auction Silent Auction Features Artwork by Alonzo Hubbard, artist of Roanoke states, “My art is simply a tangible expression of how I process information relative to how I view life and my life situations. It is an expression of love, beauty, order and […]

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