Located at 170 NW Fifth Avenue in Delray Beach Florida, the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum is a black history museum and cultural center dedicated to sharing the cultural contributions of people of African descent. In addition to rotating exhibits, the museum hosts a history preservation bus tour, youth programming, genealogy workshops, lectures and panel discussions and MLK, Juneteenth and Kwanzaa celebrations. Exhibit Hours are 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tuesday – Saturday. Admission: $10; Members are free.
Celebrate the year end at the annual Kwanzaa Celebration.
Spady Museum Showcases the Talents of Miami-Born Haitian Artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, Nov. 10-April 26
This artwork by Edouard Duval-Carrié is titled L’Orange de Mme Lenormand de Mezy and is on view now at our current exhibition, Decolonizing Refinement: The Kingdom of This World. We're closed Mondays, but come check us out for the rest of the week from 11am-4pm and for late night hours, 6pm-9pm, during this week's art walk!
Starting January 2019, in addition to sharing artifacts, art and history, we will be sharing literature! Join us for a series of conversations as, together, we read Alejo Carpentier’s 1949 novel, The Kingdom of this World. Contact The Spady to register today! 561-279-8883 The Solomon D. Spady Black Cultural Heritage Museum and Kitchen Table Literary Arts Center, Inc. will partner for an interactive, hybrid book club discussion series. The discussion will explore the intersections of history and art, the Haitian Revolution, racial, political, and religious oppression, and finally, the function and abuse of power across cultures and communities. Discussions are free and open to the public, as well as streamed online.
On our Ride & Remember Historical Tour, the history of Delray Beach comes alive! Climb aboard The Spady’s popular, monthly Ride & Remember Historical Tour and enjoy the interactive, personalized stories of Delray Beach’s interesting origins and development. Our next tour is next week, December 8th from 10am-12pm! Visit www.spadymuseum.com/trolley-tour/ to save your seat.