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Click Below for Sponsorship Packages & Opportunities!

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Voices of Transformation Inc. (Mia J. Speaks) mission is to serves our families and community, by providing a positive working environment along with promoting  positive values, lessons and interactive activities that are vital to the success of not only our youth, but to the family as a whole.



We are proud to announce that along side "SUAH African Dance Theartre, LLC" (SADT), Atlanta, Georgia's very own "Djoli Kelen, Inc." will be performing in this years 1st SADDE Concert! Click on the link below to learn more about "Djoli Kelen, Inc.!" 

"Djoli Kelen, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving,  highlighting and advancing the transformative power of African as well as African Diaspora dance, music, and culture in America."



The "Greensboro Cultural Center" is the location of the 1st "SUAH African Drum & Dance Exchange" (SADDE) - Annual Wellness Conference! Click on the link below to learn more about this wonderful location!



"Dance Project’s mission is to cultivate the field of modern dance in North Carolina, nurturing a community of artists, audiences, and students by providing opportunities for training, performance, collaboration, and employment."

Click on the link below to learn more about "NC Dance Project"!

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GreenHill, located in Downtown Greensboro, is a nonprofit visual art center with the vital mission to support and advocate for the art and artists of our home state, North Carolina. Tap into your creative side by making art, purchasing original works of art and viewing exhibitions that inspire and pique your imagination. At GreenHill there is something for everyone.

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Arts, Culture, & Education around the African American Experience, is who we are! The formation of an art gallery focusing on African American art and artists in Greensboro evolved from a long standing dream of Greensboro resident and nationally acclaimed artist-educator the late Eva Hamlin Miller. In 1982, Miller opened and operated the Z Gallery in Greensboro for five years in the dental office of her late husband, Dr. WLT Miller.

In 1990, Eva Hamlin Miller and her former student Alma Adams conceived the idea of establishing a non-profit, professional art gallery (African American Atelier, Inc.) in the Greensboro Cultural Center. “Atelier”, French for “artist studio” seeks to: promote an awareness, appreciation and sensitivity to the arts and culture of African Americans; educate and train in the visual arts; and work in harmony with other ethnic groups.

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The Center for Visual Artists (CVA) is a non-profit organization that supports emerging artists of all ages through educational programs, exhibition opportunities and community outreach. We have been at the heart of Greensboro’s art community since our earliest days as the Greensboro Artists’ League (est.1956). As the City of Greensboro works to build a master arts plan for the area, we are uniquely positioned to play a pivotal role in recognizing, supporting, and building on the contributions of creatives in our community. We know how important the arts are to vital, healthy cities!

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Downtown Greensboro Incorporated (DGI) is an economic development organization focused on stimulating investment and activity in the center city. DGI is a non-profit entity and is led by a 24-member Board of Directors composed of volunteers representing specific stakeholders in the center city.

Downtown Greensboro Incorporated has three standing committees that provide an additional voice for interested stakeholders. The committees include Economic Development, Fundraising, Events and Entertainment. Downtown business owners, property owners, workers, residents or funding partners may participate on a committee.

DGI also manages the Municipal Service District (or Business Improvement District) for Downtown and has a subsidiary Downtown Greensboro Foundation designated as a 501c3 organization for charitable and educational purposes.

DGI was formed in 1997. The geographic area it serves is generally Fisher Avenue to the north, Spring Street to the west, Gate City Blvd to the south and Murrow Boulevard to the east.

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