The Coleman Center for Arts and Culture has brought the arts of the Black Belt region since the mid-1980’s, holding exhibitions, conducting workshops, and sponsoring local festival and events. You will find the work of both regional and nationally recognized artists here.
The Coleman Center for Arts and Culture is a contemporary art center located in York, AL. Our programs include an exhibition program that features eight gallery shows a year, the Inda-Hoghtower Artist-in-Residence program that brings regional and national artists to York to make public and community art projects, and ongoing educational programs for both youth and adults.
The Coleman Center for Arts and Culture believes that exposure to contemporary art and the remilitarization of traditional arts, culture, and community can encourage open dialogue, provoke sensitivity about the world, and inspire hope in society. It is our goal to improve the quality of life in the Black Belt Region of the Deep South through creativity and inspiration derived from the arts.
From Tuscaloosa. AL: Take Interstate 20/59 South towards Meridian, MS, and take the York exit. Turn Left onto Highway 17. Take the first left after the railroad tracks onto Avenue A, and the Coleman Center is located at the end of the block on the right hand side of the street.
From Meridian, MS: Take Interstate 20/59 North towards Tuscaloosa. Take the York exit and turn right onto Highway 17. Take the first left after the railroad tracks onto Avenue A, and the Coleman Center is located at the end of the block on the right hand side of the street.
From Montgomery, AL: Take Highway 80 West to York. Take the Alabama 17 ramp, and vere right at the fork. Continue on Highway 17, and turn right on Avenue A. The Coleman Center is located at the end of the block on the right hand side of the street.
For more information contact (205) 392-2005, Shana Berger
M,T,W,F 9-12,1-5 TR, S, 9-12, Closed Sunday
630 Avenue A York, AL 36925