Exhibits & Events

Sunday, Oct. 13th 2:30 PM – The Incomparable Artistry of Calvin Ramsey

Sunday, Oct. 13th 2:30 PM  – The Incomparable Artistry of Calvin Ramsey

Calvin Alexander Ramsey, author / playwright of several books and plays. His most celebrated work, The Green Book, is a two act play focusing on the extreme challenges African-Americans faced traveling during the Jim Crow era. The original book entitled The Negro Motorist Green Book, by Hugo

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2019 Jazz Brunch – Sunday, September 8, 2019

2019 Jazz Brunch – Sunday, September 8, 2019

Purchase tickets below. Thank you to our Sponsors and Supporters! HMAAC – Jazz Brunch & Silent Auction 2019

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Art of Dyke Wood Exhibit Public Opening

In Roanoke, Virginia, the Star City of the South, a “New Star is Born,” destined to be a new treasure for the City of Roanoke. Dyke Wood, an abstract expressionist is a native Roanoker, who has resided here for all his life. He graduated from Patrick Henry

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Gospel Extravaganza

Gospel Extravaganza
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2018 HBCU College Fair

2018 HBCU College Fair

We are excited to present this phenomenal opportunity for the youth of our community!!! 😊 This is our first ever Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Fair and on-site admission event. Register TODAY!!! www.eventbrite.com/e/the-national-hampton-alumni-association-of-roanoke-hbcu-college-fair-of-2018…

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Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa

Join us for our Kwanzaa celebration on December 27, 2017 at 4:30 PM – Waldron Theatre  

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2017 Jazz Brunch – Sunday, September 10th

2017 Jazz Brunch – Sunday, September 10th

Purchase tickets below. HMAAC – Jazz Brunch & Silent Auction 2017

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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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