Your guide to Black History Month arts events across metro Atlanta

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Phyllis Stephens' "Roll Call, " a 2013 work crafted from vintage fabrics, is included in the exhibit "Artists as Friends: A Celebration of Self-Expression, Creativity & Friendships" at the Hudgens Center for the Arts.
Phyllis Stephens' "Roll Call, " a 2013 work crafted from vintage fabrics, is included in the exhibit "Artists as Friends: A Celebration of Self-Expression, Creativity & Friendships" at the Hudgens Center for the Arts.

Phyllis Stephens’ “Roll Call, ” a 2013 work crafted from vintage fabrics, is included in the exhibit “Artists as Friends: A Celebration of Self-Expression, Creativity & Friendships” at the Hudgens Center for the Arts.

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's Antonio Douthit-Boyd in Ulysses Dove's "Bad Blood, " one of the works to be performed as the New York troupe makes its annual tour stop at the Fox Theatre from Feb. 11 to 15. CONTRIBUTED BY STEVE WILSON

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s Antonio Douthit-Boyd in Ulysses Dove’s “Bad Blood, ” one of the works to be performed as the New York troupe makes its annual tour stop at the Fox Theatre from Feb. 11 to 15. CONTRIBUTED BY STEVE WILSON

Black History Month always brings a strong representation of African-American cultural expressions to Atlanta, but especially so this year.

From Roswell Roots returns with 28 events for its 14th February to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre returning to the Fox Theatre for its annual tour stop; and from the Emory Jazz Fest to a diverse group show at Hudgens Center for the Arts, there’s an impressive range of performing and visual arts across the metro area…

Our detailed roundup is currently available for free viewing on our paid subscriber site, MyAJC.com.


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