We are looking for vendors to join us for our 2020 Juneteenth celebration at NewBo City Market! Space for this event will be limited, so vendor applications will be reviewed on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you would like to participate, please fill out the form below. Any questions may be directed to LaNisha Cassell. Loading…
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Entries by Jennifer Beall
Visit the Nikee Museum Store December 3 through January 4 for special weekly savings! Week of December 3 10% Off All Books, T-Shirts, & Mugs Week of December 10 20% Off All Cards, Stationary, & Ornaments Week of December 17 25% Off All Batik & Jewelry December 26-28 25% Off All Figurines, Wall Art, […]
Earlier this month Communications Associate Jennifer Beall did a Community Spotlight interview with Z 102.9’s Eric Hanson. Listen below to learn about our upcoming October events! This interview originally aired on Sunday, September 22.
Dr. Simon Estes will be the Lifetime Achievement Honoree at our annual History Makers Gala on October 3. Get your tickets today to be part of this special event. Born in Centerville, Iowa, in 1932, Dr. Simon Estes first singing experience came at age eight when he performed with the choir in Centerville’s Second Baptist […]
Lorinda L. Ampey is a vital leader in the community as the Director of Programming and Outreach at the Boys & Girls Club. She is living her dream working with youth and upholding the promise she made to herself after a very traumatic school experience. Lorinda’s promise was that if she ever had the […]
This month we’re celebrating Brianna Kim’s sixth year as a member of the AAMI staff! Brianna joined the Museum’s team as a curator in August 2013. In that role, she curated three of our past exhibits: Behind the Beat, Products of a Creative Mind, and Mightier than the Sword. Not only did she plan and research these […]
This article by Curator Felicite Wolfe was originally published in the Summer 2017 edition of the Iowa Griot, the AAMI’s member publication. A unique piece of folk art with an uncertain past, the Topsy-Turvy doll has become subject to debate and controversy among historians. In its simplest form, the doll has two heads with their […]
This summer, the African American Museum of Iowa announces it will join museums nationwide in participating in the tenth summer of Blue Star Museums, a program which provides free admission to our nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families. The 2019 program will begin earlier than in past years, launching on Saturday, May 18, 2019, […]
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