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The Eubie Blake Cultural Center was voted 'Best Community Hub' by Baltimore Magazine!
This fall, we are offering a series of programming in conjunction with an art exhibit, all centering on the 1968 Baltimore Riots and the 2015 Baltimore Uprising. Stay tuned for more information. Exhibit sponsored by:
The Eubie Blake Cultural Center is proud to present Steppin’ Out with Eubie: A Masquerade Fundraiser. Join us for an evening of style and elegance in the newly renovated Eubie Live! space and Eubie Art Galleries. The evening will feature live music, DJ Miss Tiff, an art exhibit, an open bar happy hour from 8-9pm, and more. Light fare will be provided. Dress to impress in your best masquerade ball costume! All proceeds from ticket sales will go towards future programming at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center. Tickets can be purchased here. To RSVP, click here.
Do you need an elegant, affordable, and accessible space for a wedding, banquet, reunion, party, or business meeting? Contact us to check a date at anytime. . Contact the administrative office at 410.225.3130 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesdays - Fridays: 1 - 6 p.m.
Saturdays - 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sundays - Tuesdays: Closed
847 North Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Troy Burton, Director
NOTICE: As part of the continuing effort to improve the EBCC we will be renovating the entire basement area starting Nov. 1. All art work, instruments, equipment, etc will be considered the property of the EBCC after Nov. 30th.
At this current moment in history, it may seem as if African American culture is on the fringe of reality. This is untrue. Black folks and Black culture are, and have always been, an inclusive part of the American landscape, even when the news tells us otherwise. During this workshop you will read and respond to works that celebrate black culture in multiple poetic forms. This workshop will examine poems that focus on our fabulous hair, fantastic food, fly language and music. We will read classic and contemporary poets such as Patricia Smith, Langston Hughes, Nate Marshall, Gwendolyn Brooks, Nikki Giovanni and more. At the end of this series of workshops, participants will come away with an understanding of how important black culture is in the real and literary world, and how to express this culture with their pens. To register for this exciting new workshop, click here. This workshop series will be offered free of charge. Sponsored by Maryland Humanities.