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THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCIL OF TUSCALOOSA TO RECEIVE $100,000 GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS FOR REGIONAL ARTS EDUCATION PROJECT

UPDATED CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING, FIRST FRIDAY, AND SELFIES WITH SANTA ON DECEMBER 4

DOCUMENTARY FEATURING TUSCALOOSA NATIVE CHUCK LEAVELL WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING BEGINNING NOVEMBER 16TH

NOVEMBER FIRST FRIDAY AT DWCAC WILL FEATURE THE WORK OF ROBIN NANCE METZ

LIVE MUSIC IS BACK AT THE BAMA THEATRE AS TUSCALOOSA TOURISM & SPORTS HOSTS THE THIRD VIRTUAL MUSIC EXPERIENCE

WORK BY SARA GARDEN ARMSTRONG PRESENTED AT THE DINAH WASHINGTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

EXHIBIT OF WORKS BY AMBER QUINN AT THE DINAH WASHINGTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

EXHIBIT OF SELECTED PIECES FROM THE ARTS COUNCIL’S PERMANENT COLLECTION AVAILABLE THROUGH VIDEO

STREAMING OPPORTUNITIES CONTINUE TO BENEFIT THE BAMA

FILM STREAMING WILL BENEFIT BAMA THEATRE

APRIL FIRST FRIDAY AND EXHIBIT AT DWCAC CANCELED

TUSCALOOSA ARTS COUNCIL UPDATE REGARDING VENUES AND EVENTS RELATING TO THE CORONAVIRUS

ART EXHIBIT AND EVENING OF ART AND BLUES AT DINAH WASHINGTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

TUSCALOOSA CITY SCHOOLS TO HOST 7th ANNUAL TUSCALOOSA CAN! EVENT IN MARCH

EVENT EXPO AT THE DINAH WASHINGTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

COMMUNITY ARTS CONVERSATIONS AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH EXHIBIT FEATURED ON FEBRUARY FIRST FRIDAY

2020 DOUBLE EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION JUNIOR DIVISION EXHIBIT OPENS JANUARY 21

SCREENINGS IN THE BAMA ART HOUSE FILM SERIES WINTER 2020 BEGIN JANUARY 14

CALL FOR ARTISTS: SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBIT IN RECOGNITION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH

2019 WEST ALABAMA JURIED SHOW WINNERS ANNOUNCED

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