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Learn at The Gantt

The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture offers early childhood and K-12 guided tours and workshops that meet North Carolina Standard Course of Study (NCSOS) and are perfect for independent and public schools and homeschools. We invite you to join us for a range of dynamic experiences – inspired by the exhibitions on view – that explore African-American and African diaspora art, history, and culture.

Our Family First programs offer parents, caregivers and children the opportunity to explore the world of art together. Student and Teacher programs allow students and their teachers to investigate the important role art plays in life and learning. Through our adult offerings, patrons participate in extensive multidisciplinary programs that leave lasting impressions.

Adult Programs & Guided Tours

Experience artists’ talks, film screenings, and more. Our series and signature events include the Classic Black Cinema Series, Heritage & History Program Series and Gantt Symposium. Please visit our program calendar and subscribe to our newsletter to stay in the know.

Guided and self-guided tours are available for college students, community groups, and family reunions with 10 or more people. Tours can be customized to include an enhanced workshop experience for an additional cost. For more information, please visit our adult programs and tours information page.

Family First

A once-monthly series of art-making and cultural experience workshops that focus on visual, media, and performing arts, as well as creative writing. Visit our calendar.

K-12 In School Programs & Enhanced Tour Offerings

Our early-childhood and K-12 guided tours and workshops are designed to meet North Carolina Standard Course of Study (NCSOS) for both independent and public schools, as well as homeschools. The tours and workshops may also be booked as in-school experiences. For a list of enhanced tour offerings please visit our programs and tour information page.

For more information and to book, please email gsa@ganttcenter.org.

Your support helps the Gantt present exceptional exhibitions, leading scholars and engaging programs that celebrate the African-American story.

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