Museum Campus South is a collection of seven museums located in the heart of Chicago’s mid-South Side.
Connecting Black Art & History – Celebrating Excellence. FREE ADMISSIONS!
Featured are musician/composers Ann Ward, Coco Elysses, Maia, Shanta Nurullah, Sherry Scott and Rita Warford and more.
Pemon Rami, Director of Educational Services and Public Programs talks about why educators should use Discovering DuSable Digitally.
On Saturday, March 28, 2015, the DuSable Museum of African American History will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of one of Chicago’s most popular social events, the “A Night Of 100 Stars” Gala.
Kenyan-born Peres Owino explores, a tension that exists between Africans and African Americans.
“AACM in Conversation…with the Founding Members” in conjunction with our current exhibition ‘Free at First’- The Evolution of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians.
Reflecting on the Dream—Programming for the entire family!
Du Something Festive! Celebrate the holidays at the nation’s oldest African American History Museum!
The DuSable Museum is proud to be a 2013-2014 Community Partner of Clear Channel Entertainment, Inc.
The DuSable Museum of African American History would like to thank Clear Channel for being a community partner!