Click the video to hear Walter Hood discuss his plans for the African Ancestors Memorial Garden.
“. . .a purposefully unrhetorical work of architecture quietly affirming the power of place, as it shelters and frames a richly articulated work of landscape art."
– Harry N. Cobb, Chief Architect
Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Educational programs will provide life-long learning opportunities for visitors both young and old. We’re busy creating K-12 curriculum, field-trip experiences, digital content, professional development programs, and more.
Our innovative, fresh, fun, interesting and engaging programming will be provided inside of the museum as well as beyond its walls. We’ve already begun to offer programs. Please read our blog to find out more!
Through exhibits and experiences at the museum , untold stories about the central role of faith, spirituality and religion in the African and African American will be shared. To learn about current programming, please read our blog.