Address : 4807 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77004, United States
Timings : 11:00 am to 6:00 pm (Friday- Saturday)
Admission Fee : None
Educational Initiatives : HMAAC Lectures, Does It Feel Like We’ve Been Here Before, What White People Can Do etc.
Exhibitions : Souls of Black Folks, Metamorphosis, Curator Corner, 2020 Bert Long Jr. Gallery
Movies : The 24th, Do the Right Things, The Five Heartbeats, Cocoa Love, A Night at the Table etc.
Previously known as the Houston African American Museum, the Houston Museum of African American Culture was established in order to promote African American culture as well as art. It has on display a large number of art works by members of the community that depict certain aspects of their lives and culture.
Moreover, HMAAC frequently organises movie screenings, including HMAAC Movies at Sunset, which seek to educate the viewers on various matters. The educational programs hosted by the museum are suitable for people of all age groups and are aimed at creating awareness about and starting a conversation on issues such as white supremacy, racism, steps to combat such social evils and much more; these programs often include guest lectures and presentations. The Culture Shoppe at the museum is a wonderful place to find different kinds of art created by black and brown artists, along with other souvenirs.