Gantt Center celebrates Black History Month with special programming

CHARLOTTE — The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture is celebrating Black History month by offering a variety of programs in February.

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Here is the schedule of upcoming events:

Feb. 23 - Homage to the Black South: Art and Culture Appreciation Series

Part of a 4-part virtual discussion series on the history of southern Black art and culture, the topic of this program will be supporting artists and helping Charlotte thrive. Author and lecturer Yvonne Bynoe will facilitate the discussion.

Feb. 24 - Screening of “Julius Chambers: A Life of Service, Courage, and Conviction”

Feb. 26 - Unmasked Live: Say Their Names

A book reading, signing and discussion on “Say Their Names: How Black Lives Came to Matter in America.”

Feb. 27 - Art Up in Your Face

This pop-up art show and panel discussion will highlight Charlotte artists Dammit Wesley, Deener Davis, Makayla Binter, Carla Aaron-Lopez and Wolly McNair.

For more information on these events, click here.

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