Sacred spaces

Featuring Black-owned and operated arts and cultural events.

Lacey Holmes
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Detroit ACE will partner with cultural and historic partners to present Sacred Spaces, a celebration of many of Detroit's Black-owned and operated arts and cultural spaces. Participating galleries and cultural centers will host a month-long celebration of positive and meaningful images of African Americans and their centuries of contribution to American culture and history. The month will feature exhibits, film screenings, artist talks, and panel discussions. Sacred Spaces, which launches February 1, invites metro Detroit residents to visit 16 African-American-owned spaces to see creative and powerful art by more than 100 African-American artists. With support from the Ford Foundation, Sacred Spaces will end with a closing reception on February 28 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History designed to inspire reflection, discussion, and appreciation. Register for the reception at: