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 2019, 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.
7th Annual Museum En Black 2019 Black History Celebration
Crowdfunding Fundraiser coming soon...Corporate Sponsorship and Vendor Opportunities Available our 2019 Event.
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 7th Annual Museum En Black Fundraiser in 2018, promoting charter school, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Design Academy and upcoming American African Cultural Marketplace in November 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.