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Jessica G Moss and Dammit Wesley

Source: Ron Holland / Ron Holland

The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture is the mecca for the celebration of the contributions of African and African Americans in and around the Charlotte area.  If you want to delve deep into the culture of African Americans, without question or pause, the 46,500 square-foot Harvey B. Gantt Center is the Queen City’s show piece in the area of Black life.  In Part 2, ‘COMMUNITY VOICES’ host, Ron Holland talked with Jessica G. Moss, Creative Director of the Harvey B. Gantt Center and Artist and Teacher, Dammit Wesley about the host of sponsors of the Gantt Center, upcoming events and efforts to assist upcoming artists display their work.

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Exploring Black Life at the Harvey B. Gantt Center – Part II was originally published on praisecharlotte.com

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