Pompano Beach Arts is proud to celebrate Black History Month with exhibitions events, concerts, film poetry and more, culminating in the Pioneers’ Ball, which honors local business owners, past and present. “We are very pleased to recognize this important celebration with an array of outstanding programming,” said Phyllis Korab, Cultural Affairs Director. “Through arts and culture, we hope to stimulate conversation, broaden understanding and enhance the connection among all members of the community.”
African-American Women Changemakers
Pompano Beach Cultural Center
Now to March 30
This exhibition features photographs of African-American women educators, activists, artists and more from the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. First installed at the Ali Cultural Arts Center, the exhibition has moved to the Cultural Center lobby and first floor to celebrate both Black History and Women’s History months.