The African American Cultural Society, Inc. is pleased to host Water/Ways, a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Museums on Main Street program. It will be on display in the Founders Gallery of our African American Museum and Cultural Center from July 9th through September 3rd, 2022.
We want you to have a memorable experience at our cultural center and museum. This is why we offer several ways to let you engage with us. Whether you are a student aspiring to a career in art, history, design, museum studies or the operation of a non-profit organization, or an individual who cares about Florida/American history and the heritage and culture of people of African descent… or perhaps you are simply a couple that wants to get married in an awesome environment. We have everything for all of you. Come visit us and consider becoming a member or volunteer today!
Learn about our mission, collections, and organizational systems. Gain practical and theoretical training in museum work, and contemplate the role of museums in contemporary society.
Work closely with a member of the AACS staff, attend speaker talks and a monthly study group meeting, and have a memorable experience at our cultural center and museum.
African American Museum and Cultural Center
The African American Museum and Cultural Center of Florida has a variety of year-round volunteer and internship programs available for students of all ages. Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and support our goal to preserve and perpetuate the heritage and culture of African Americans.
Call 386-447-7030 for more information.
Donate today to help expand our collections and exhibitions, nurture dialogue and scholarship, and introduce new generations to all the AACS has to offer.
Become a sponsor or patron. Contribute to our maintenance reserve fund or purchase a heritage brick.
Our beautiful facility is an ideal year-round location to host your wedding or special event. Get started today. Please fill out our facility rental inquiry form so we may better understand your needs and be prepared when we contact you about your event. For questions, or to schedule a meeting, contact Blanche Valentine at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 386-447-7030.
Requirements to book an event:
Complete an online facility rental inquiry form, and meet with our Cultural Center Administrator to discuss options.
Sign a rental application a minimum 30 days prior to your event. Sign a rental contract and provide a deposit to reserve a date.
In The News
City of Palm Coast Named one of the most Water Wise.
The City of Palm Coast was named one of five national winners in the 11th Annual Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation by pledging to reduce water use by 51.5 million gallons of water over the next year. In addition to reducing overall water waste, residents from Palm Coast pledged to reduce their use of single-use plastic water bottles by 119,543 and eliminate 3,152 pounds of hazardous waste from entering watersheds.
Florida Inland Navigation District (FIND) Hosts Public Outreach Event
Sharing the many benefits of having a Florida Inland Navigation District in the communities along the 400 plus miles of Intracoastal Waterway, Flagler County was in the spotlight as Flagler County’s FIND Commissioner Randy Stapleford hosted the public meet and greet community outreach event. Gracious with time and helping others get involved in the organization, Stapleford has racked up a few fans including the African American Cultural Center and Museum who spoke about their upcoming Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit.