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Vaughn Cultural Center

Vaughn Cultural Center

The Vaughn Cultural Center (VCC) is a cultural jewel in St. Louis’ African American community. The Center was established in 1979 with funds donated by  Mrs. Ermaline Vaughn in memory of her husband Dr. Arthur Vaughn, a St. Louis physician.  The Center is located in Grand Center at the Urban League Headquarters.

The VCC is devoted to the display of African American artistic, cultural and historical materials.    The goal of the center is to promote awareness of African American history and culture through exhibits, story telling and special programs.  The VCC features African American art, exhibits, regional and national artists and provides a venue for local poets, musicians as well as published writers.

The center is open five days a week from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm and admission is free of charge.

Center Highlights:
The works of local and national artists are on display with exhibits changing every two months.  Art classes for children as well as programs designed for children are presented with local schools.

Contact Information:

Barbara Bowman
Vaughn Cultural Center
3701 Grandel Square
St. Louis, MO 63108


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