What's Happening At The Gantt
Kwanzaa 2013: Celebrating Ujima/Collective Work and Responsibility
December 28 - Call: Habari Gani?! (What's going on?) – Response: Ujima! [oo-jee-mah] Spend the third day of Kwanzaa at Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture in the spirit of Ujima or collective work and responsibility - to build and m...
African American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center
October 26, 2013 - Current - African American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center is an exhibition in which works by renowned artists Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, and Sam Gilliam are coupled with the work of exciting new visionaries, including C...
Visitation Policies & Protocol
Please Do Not Touch Artwork
Special care must be taken to preserve the artwork and maintain the presentation of each exhibition. The oils on your skin will damage the surface of a painting, discolor bronze or rust steel. Please help us to preserve the art for other visitors and for future generations.
Photography and Video
You are allowed to take pictures in the following areas: Grand Lobby, Performance Suite, and the Rooftop Terrace. Photography and videotaping of the artwork is forbidden. Photography of special and/or traveling exhibitions is not allowed. Flashes, tripods, monopods, and video cameras are not permitted.
In the interest of maintaining an enjoyable environment for all our visitors, we ask that you place your cell phone on silent mode or turn it off completely while in the galleries. If you receive a phone call, please leave the galleries to have your conversation.
Pets and non-service animals are not permitted in the building. Service animals (guide dogs) are welcome.
Firearms or dangerous weapons of any kind are not permitted on the premises.
Smoking is prohibited inside the building. The use of smokeless tobacco is also prohibited while in the building.
At no time will an individual and/or individuals engage in any activity that is dangerous and/or inappropriate to other visitors, staff or artwork.
Lost or Stolen Items
The Gantt Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
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