HBCU Cultured Arts



Promoting the cultural arts experience at HBCUs and Youth Performing Arts Programs

About Us

Promoting the cultural arts experience at HBCUs

The HBCU Cultured Arts strives to bring awareness to the significant contributions of HBCU’s to the performing arts community.

HBCU Cultured Arts Impact Program

Equitable Access to Performing Arts Program(EPAP)

HBCU Cultured Arts Impact on the Performing Arts Community

HBCU Cultured Arts believes in the importance of supporting the future of the HBCU performing arts community. HBCU Cultured Arts gives scholarships enabling students to continue to pursue their passion and education obtained at their HBCU.

Joelle Bennett who is a Dance and Nutrition Science major at Spelman College receiving a scholarship during our inaugural HBCU Awards Show. 

HBCU Arts strives to reduce the financial barrier of instruments and uniform purchase and repair for students by awarding instrument and uniform support grants. HBCU Cultured Arts awarding the South Gwinnett High School band with a grant for new instruments.

HBCU Cultured Arts Highlights amazingly talented individuals representing the Arts in all forms.

HBCU Cultured Arts awards Stillwell Dancers with a first place prize in the first virtual
black history talent showcase hosted by the HBCU Cultured Arts.




Events & Tickets

Inaugural Event

It is with great pleasure that The HBCU Cultured Dance & Arts Society announces our 1st Inaugural event! It would mean a lot if you joined us in celebrating this monumental occasion! This joyous event will take place at ZuCot Gallery, a black owned venue located in Atlanta, GA. Get ready to enjoy good food, music and great people. This event will commence with a self touring of the art gallery, networking and serving of hours d’oeuvres, followed by the start of our awards presentation. Our goal is to pinpoint & honor past, present, and future figures within our HBCU communities who make a conscious effort to keep our talents and culture at the forefront of our HBCU schools. We can not wait to enjoy this grand event with you, and look forward to seeing you there.

**Must be 18 years or older to attend event


Promoting the cultural arts experience at HBCUs

Past, Present, and Future


“Failure: Is it a limitation? Bad timing? It's a lot of things. It's something you can't be afraid of, because you'll stop growing. The next step beyond failure could be your biggest success in life.”

— Debbie Allen

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