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Celebrating Our Golden Year

For nearly 50 years, the Gantt has used its voice to present, preserve, and celebrate African American culture. We tell stories from the Black experience, shifting perspectives, shaping society, and inspiring generations. As we approach a major milestone, there is much to reflect on, to celebrate, to elevate, and consider for the next 50. Come along with us for this fantastic cultural voyage!

50 Stories for 50 Years

The Gantt's story is that of its people, this community, and a shared vision of the future. We've curated stories that uncover insight into the transformative spirit synonymous with the Gantt.

Geraldine Sumter Grounded In Excellence
Reggie Singleton The Epicenter
Ohavia Phillips Supporting Young Creatives
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A Special Performance by Boris “Bluz” Rogers

"For Black Boys Who Dream in Skylines"

This spoken word piece performed in honor of the 50th anniversary celebration and those who were instrumental in establishing the Gantt’s foundation.

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Upcoming 50th Anniversary Programs & Events

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Harper-Roddey Society Individual Giving Campaign

Join The Giving Pledge

Join the giving pledge and help the Gantt re-envision the institution for the future — so everyone can experience world-class exhibitions, educational programming, and learning resources.

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