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WELCOME TO THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ATELIER

Our mission at the African American Atelier is to support and present the work of artists of color while exposing, educating, and engaging the residents of Guilford County.

1990

Year Established

1991

Galllery Opened

10+

Exhibits per year

26+

Awards Won

"In honor of Eva Hamlin Miller"

Laura Miller Huntley

Check out our most recent artists opportunities! 

Promoting Art & Culture Since 1991

For over 30 years the African American Atelier has found ways to support and provide mentorship to other organizations that promote culture as well as support and promote  artists. Check out a few of the partnerships in 2024 that promote art & culture.

 Soliloquies : A Journey in Time

 June 7th - July 27th

T.Walker is a local Greensboro creative that will be hosting his exhibition, Soliloquies : A Journey in Time which can be viewed from June- July 

John Kornegay is be shooting FREE Father/Children Portraits once a month from June- August in preparation for his debut exhibition of the Baba Project in October with our gallery

Casa Azul of Greensboro will be hosting Chronicles de Cocina: The Stories We Tell Through Latinx Food." in the gallery beginning in September

We are proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming Black Deaf Excellence event hosted by MyASLteacherROCKs! MyASLteacherROCKs has been providing services at our programs as well as hosted beginner ASL Class in the gallery.

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“(Tenant) is a non-profit resident organization of the Greensboro Cultural Center, made possible by a significant in-kind contribution from Creative Greensboro, the City of Greensboro’s office for arts & culture.”
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