Our Legacy ~ Our History ~ Our Minnesota Story

MAAHMG Exhibit "Unbreakable: Celebrating the Resilience of African Americans in Minnesota." Based on popular demand, the exhibit has been extended through February 2019.

Free Admission

Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery

1256 Penn Avenue N., Fourth Floor

Minneapolis, MN 55411

(Regional Acceleration Center inside the Copeland Arts and Training Center)

(Free parking in the ramp)


New art exhibition opens November 1. "Grace" tells the visual story of African American women wearing hats, often called church hats, which has cultural and spiritual significance in the African American community. The exhibit features photography by Walter Griffin and paintings by Beverly Tipton Hammond. The exhibit also includes a collection of hats provided by Kevin Henderson of Mr. H's hats.

An opening reception will be held November 1, from 5 pm to 7 pm. The artists will be present and will have works for sale. Admission is free. The exhibit runs from November 1, 2018 through January 31, 2019.

Walter Griffin

Beverly Tipton Hammond

MAAHMG on the Red Carpet at "Green Book" movie screening at the Twin Cities Film Fest Oct. 17.

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