All galleries will be closed for maintenance until Friday, October 27.


The Claude Worthington Benedum Gallery at The August Wilson African American Cultural Center boasts a wide range of dynamic exhibition and educational spaces that have hosted thousands of talents artists and creative students of all ages and backgrounds. Within recent past, acclaimed visual artists who have showcased their works include Hebru Brantley, Romare Bearden, Latoya Ruby Frazier, Vanessa German, Tarish Pipkins, Peju Alatise, and many more.

Exhibit Information

August Wilson African American Cultural Center’s exhibits are free and open to the public during our gallery hours. Registration is required for August Wilson: The Writer’s Landscape, the first-ever permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and works of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson. To reserve tickets for The Writer’s Landscape, visit the Timed Ticketing page below. If you are interested in bringing a group or want a private tour of the exhibit, submit a tour inquiry.

Timed Ticketing


  • Thursday: 3pm – 8pm
  • Friday: 3pm – 8pm
  • Saturday: 12pm – 5pm
  • Sunday: 12pm – 5pm

The Hope of Radiance

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Frame of Reference: Jo-Anne Bates

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Frame of Reference: Jo-Anne Bates

Travelin’ Mercies: Transits

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Seed Lynn

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