The Amistad Research Center is located at 6823 St. Charles Avenue in the Audubon neighborhood of New Orleans’ Uptown district. Housed in Tilton Memorial Hall on the campus of Tulane University, Amistad is situated on the St. Charles streetcar line just a few minutes from numerous restaurants in the Riverbend/Carrollton area, and is easily accessible from downtown New Orleans as well as the French Quarter.
Conversations in Color is a free public cultural series that features artists, educators, and community activists in talks about their work and its impact on social change.
Click photo or title to view previous Conversations In Color events
When visiting Amistad, you will find engaging exhibitions that explore the artistic, social justice, and civic achievements of African Americans and marginalized ethnic groups. For those who access Amistad’s public programs online, we offer exciting digital exhibitions through our partnership with the Google Cultural Institute. Click here to learn more about our exhibitions.
Click photo or title to view Amistad's Exhibits
Amistad on the Go! is an interactive print and digital educational program that works in partnership with teachers servicing students from 6th to 12th grade to provide comprehensive lessons on the history of African Americans in the United States.
AotG! toolkits include detailed curricula, student activities, and access to online resources all of which focus on the study of primary sources in and outside of the classroom. The AotG! program also includes thematic traveling exhibitions and in-service training for teachers.
AMISTAD ON THE GO!
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