The African American Cultural Center art gallery hosts nationally and internationally recognized artists known for capturing various historical and contemporary happenings related to African American and African diaspora cultures. There are typically 4-6 exhibitions each academic year, open to all members of the NC state and surrounding communities. The art gallery is open Monday – Friday from 9 – 5 p.m.
February 17 - March 31, 2020
Existence as Resistance: The Magic in Blackness
Existence as Resistance: The Magic in Blackness is a Women's Center curated exhibition of NC State students, staff, and faculty creatives who have taken an Afrofuturist lens to create radical Black futures for themselves and viewers.
This exhibit is curated by the NC State Women’s Center and hosted in the African American Cultural Center Art Gallery on the second floor of Witherspoon Student Center. Photography is the work of Jacqueline Perry with Afrofuturistic design led by Joanna Ali and created by individual student, staff, and faculty artists at NC State University. Curated by Angela Gay.