Currently on Display
Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
Open to the Public
This community’s first BLACK LIVES MATTER mural is the most beautiful one in the nation, and it is the welcoming mat to our most historic African American community Jordan Park, and the beautiful Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.
T-shirts and Black Lives Matter Mural prints are available for purchase.
Items are available for pick-up Tuesday – Friday, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
May-June 2022 | Tuesday - Friday, 12-5pm | Opens Tuesday, May 17
Woodson African American Museum of Florida
The Woodson African American Museum of Florida is proud to kick off a “hot fun in the summertime” series when welcoming local artist Vivia Barron’s folk art collection “The Right to Swim.”
June 19, 2022 | Doors open at 6pm / Showtime is 7-10pm
The Mahaffey Theater Plaza | On St. Pete's Waterfront
$1000 | 1 Table of 10
Concert | Lawn Party | Fundraiser
The Woodson Museum of Florida and its “First Ladies Society” will host the Jazzy Juneteenth Jubilee, a concert and lawn party featuring local, national and international musicians at the scenic waterfront park at the Mahaffey Theater, welcoming 1,000 guests and supporters of The Woodson African American Museum of Florida.
Purchase a Table
Secure your table of 10 with friends and family and plan your evening out before its sold out.
The event doubles as the inaugural edition of the Jubilee – designed as a signature event of the First Ladies Society – while continuing the momentum of the Woodson’s multi-million-dollar capital campaign. The Jubilee will feature NAACP image award nominee Nathan Mitchell and Friends – Marcus Anderson and Glenn Jones and performances by local artist saxophonist Jordan Bolds and vocalist Theo Valentin.
All White Party
It’s an ALL WHITE PARTY with a “diner en blanc” flair. This dazzling evening of all white will light up the night as we celebrate African Americans independence in this nation. The lush lawn of The Mahaffy Plaza will be adorned with white tables and linen with attendees draped in the mandatory “all white” summer chic dress code to create an exquisite ambiance for a party with a purpose on the plaza with the beautiful waterfront serving as the perfect backdrop.
Tables and linen will be provided but guests are asked to create their own outdoor dining experience with their personal table décor, food and nonalcoholic beverages. A cash bar will be available on-site.
All Proceeds will benefit the creation of the new Woodson African American Museum of Florida.