THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ATELIER
Take a look at what’s showing inside our gallery walls! The African American Atelier Inc. has seasonal exhibits, special exhibits, and at times traveling exhibits.
Atelier Around the World is a year-round visual arts and enrichment youth program designed to enhance self-esteem and promote self-awareness.
We encourage the artists exhibited within our walls to take up space, share their stories and candid experiences. To aid in the visibility of these stories the African American Atelier highlights an artist each month.
Stay tuned for our March Featured Artist!
Arts, Culture, & Education around the African American Experience, is who we are! The formation of an art gallery focusing on African American art and artists in Greensboro evolved from a long standing dream of Greensboro resident and nationally acclaimed artist-educator the late Eva Hamlin Miller. In 1982, Miller opened and operated the Z Gallery in Greensboro for five years in the dental office of her late husband, Dr. WLT Miller. In 1990, Eva Hamlin Miller and her former student Alma Adams conceived the idea of establishing a non-profit, professional art gallery (African American Atelier, Inc.) in the Greensboro Cultural Center. “Atelier”, French for “artist studio” seeks to: promote an awareness, appreciation and sensitivity to the arts and culture of African Americans; educate and train in the visual arts; and work in harmony with other ethnic groups.
Exhibits per year
For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: (336) 333-6885 or fill out the following form
200 N Davie St # 14,
Greensboro, NC 27401, USA
Tel: (336) 333-6885
Hours of Operation:
Sun-Wed | Closed
Thurs-Sat |12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
To apply for a job with African American Atelier, please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org