African American Historical Museum

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African American Historical Museum
African American Historical Museum is listed in the Museums category in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for African American Historical Museum which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of African American Historical Museum on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

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436 E Douglas Ave
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
(260) 420-0765
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Mathers Lecture - Rescheduled for Sunday, 8 February at 2 PM Dr. John Aden will be guest-lecturing for the Mathers Lecture this Sunday, 8 February at 2 PM. Free to the public at the History Center, 302 E. Berry in Downtown Fort Wayne, focusing on "William Warfield Renaissance Man of Color 1868-1936." The lecture will focus on recent research into Mr. Warfield's legacy and the historical mysteries that have emerged from a close reading of some of his life's records. There will also be some treatment of Mrs. Edna Warfield as well. Dr. John Aden is the Executive Director of the African / African American Historical Society Museum of Allen County (AAAHSM pronounced AWE-SOME). He holds a doctorate in History from Indiana University – Bloomington, with a focus on Africa and a second field in Chinese history. He is a former Fulbright Fellow to the Republic of Mali (West Africa), Eli Lilly Teaching Fellow, Asian Studies Development Fellow, and CIC Minority Graduate Research Fellow.

IMPORTANT UPDATE- The Mathers Lecture scheduled for Sunday, 1 February,at 2 PM at the History Center, 302 E. Berry in Downtown Fort Wayne with Dr. John Aden as the guest-lecturing, has been postponed due to the winter storm. A new post will be created with new date soon.

Please plan to go visit: www.fwmoa.org Dance Theatre of Harlem: 40 Years of Firsts December 20 - March 15 Highlighting Dance Theatre of Harlem’s 40-plus year history, this magnificent exhibition celebrates the history and art of dance with 25 costumes and accessories, set pieces, documentary video excerpts, historical photographs and tour posters; and includes four dramatically-staged ballets that are iconic to the company: A Streetcar Named Desire, Creole Giselle, Dougla and Firebird. Dispelling the belief that ballet could not be performed by those of African descent, Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook founded the Dance Theatre of Harlem in 1969. It has since grown into a multi-cultural dance institution.
Celebrate winter with a visit to downtown Fort Wayne! The 4th Annual Winterval promises a full day of indoor and outdoor winter fun for all ages. Watch ice carvers create wonders from a solid block ice, and enjoy special winter events throughout downtown. At FWMoA, we'll feature our sponsored ice sc…

Dr. John Aden will be guest-lecturing for the Mathers Lecture this Sunday, 1 February at 2 PM. Free to the public at the History Center, 302 E. Berry in Downtown Fort Wayne, focusing on "William Warfield Renaissance Man of Color 1868-1936." The lecture will focus on recent research into Mr. Warfield's legacy and the historical mysteries that have emerged from a close reading of some of his life's records. There will also be some treatment of Mrs. Edna Warfield as well. Dr. John Aden is the Executive Director of the African / African American Historical Society Museum of Allen County (AAAHSM pronounced AWE-SOME). He holds a doctorate in History from Indiana University – Bloomington, with a focus on Africa and a second field in Chinese history. He is a former Fulbright Fellow to the Republic of Mali (West Africa), Eli Lilly Teaching Fellow, Asian Studies Development Fellow, and CIC Minority Graduate Research Fellow.

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Wine Down was a very creative evening with laughter and people being blown away at their own abilities. Who knew? Well, the artist did! Teresa Yarbrough lead the group with ease and promoted confidence with the attendees.