We love to share our knowledge of our past through our unique and colorful exhibits. They are the best way to encourage a conversation about African-American history not just between parents and children, but between all races. We have shown many wonderful pieces of art, including a number of quilts made by Georgia Bratton, Busy Fingers and St. James Quilters as well as African masks, farming tools and figures. We are fortunate to have such a great collection.
Our next exhibit is planned for May 2018, and will shed light on the atrocities in Tanzania. There are a group of people who are tracking down people with Albinism, who are thought to be magical because of their condition. Multi-media Artist Yrneh Gabone’s work will be featured. Please be sure to check this page often for exhibit dates.
6th Annual Museum En Black 2018 Black History Celebration & Fundraiser coming soon...Corporate Sponsorship and Vendor Opportunities Available.
PRODUCTS SOLD BY VENDORS:
*must be handcrafted by African & African American Artists,
Fine Art, Luxury Apparel/Fashion Designs & Accessories, home decor,
Eco-Organic Hair Care Products, Skin & Body Butters, Handcrafted Jewelry,
Books, Crafts and Exquisite Quilts...all goods by African & African American Artisans
FYI: inquire on our website by clicking "CONTACT US" Peace & Blessings!
“Rise and Shine" TBA at 8 AM
We will discuss our new 6th Annual Museum En Black Fundraiser in 2018, promoting charter school, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Design Academy and upcoming American African Cultural Marketplace in August 2018
A continental breakfast will be served.
Deliverance Temple Complex
1125 East 6th Street
Alton, Illinois 62002
Museum En Black
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Our exhibits change regularly. Contact our team to be informed about our current exhibits.