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African Heritage Cultural Arts Center

6161 NW 22nd Ave. Miami, FL 33142 | Central Dade | 305-638-6771
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Business Description

Founded in 1975 to serve as a nesting ground for emerging talent in the performing and visual arts, African Heritage Cultural Arts Center provides inspiration and encouragement to young people within the community. The facility houses a 300-seat music hall with rehearsal/practice rooms, the 250-seat fully outfitted Wendell A Narcisse Performing Arts Theater, the Amadlozi Gallery, a 1,900 square-foot dance studio, and several multipurpose classrooms for ceramics, photography, band, painting, and chorus. African Heritage Cultural Arts Center is home to several resident artists companies featuring students, ages 6-18, and includes the Winds of Heritage Dance Ensemble and the Voices of Heritage Vocal Ensemble. From tots to seniors, African Heritage Cultural Arts Center offers year-round arts enrichment classes available to the community.

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