The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, Charlotte

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TripAdvisor
  • Here is something to think about for those who are truly interested in racial integration in this country. Why do ethnic and other race related museums and centers have to be staffed by people of the ...  more »
  • The exhibits were excellent and very professionally done although all of the art was not in my taste realm.  more »
  • i attended an evening social gathering on the top floor of this facility. great building. my visit included a visit to the museum floors. excellent information.  more »
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  • The Harvey B. Gantt Center is a work of art in and of itself, but venture inside and you will see some of the best and most meaningful (to me) contemporary art in the country right now. The staff is friendly and welcoming. The exhibits are well lit and include large quotes from the artist's on the walls. PS, yes you can (and should) go here if you are wanting to learn about Black art and culture. No need just drive by for years like I did since moving to Charlotte! Go check it out!
  • Awesome experience. A lot of diverse artwork. Pleasant scenery. Great place to visit
  • I do really like this museum, I would rate it 5 stars if there was a more diverse selection of art to see, but unfortunately the art here is quite limited. This is definitely a must see if you're in the area though.
  • Excellent exhibits. Definitely worth the trip. My brother and I truly enjoyed the experience.
  • The building is beautiful. When I visited there wasn't a large collection but the pieces are well annotated and explained and although sparsely filled, it encouraged exploration, contemplation and builds a thread between the different rooms and collections.