Spelman College Glee Club
MCAAM announces “Benny Andrews, Illustrator” opening February 23, 2019
In collaboration with the estate of Benny Andrews, the Morgan County African American Museum presents an exhibition and programming showcasing the work of one of Plainview’s most celebrated sons. curated by Dr. Pellom McDaniels III of Emory University, the exhibit features large scale reproductions of Andrews’ children’s book illustrations, and a selection of photographs documenting the artist’s development from his days in in Morgan County to his emergence as an international artist of of critical acclaim. The program will also feature guest reader including Nene Humphrey (the wife of Benny Andrews), Kendall Latimer (niece), and members of the community.
Saturday, February 23, 2019,
City of Madison public Safety building Meeting Hall,
10 North Main Street,
Suite 400 Madison, Ga 30650 1:00pm
MCAAM Scholarship Opportunity
The Morgan County African American Museum is offering five hundred scholarships for two Morgan County High School Graduates that are pursing a higher education in a two or four year college/university or a certification program at a technical school.
Welcome to the official website of the Morgan County African-American Museum (MCAAM). The MCAAM is housed in the old Horace Moore House, circa 1895. The house was donated to the museum by Rev. Alfred Murray and moved to its current location at 156 Academy Street in Historic Madison, Georgia.
The museum was founded in November 1993 as a non-profit organization. Our mission is to research, collect, educate, and preserve the history and the art of the African-American culture.