Wideman Davis Dance Troupe will make two appearances in Selma on Oct. 13 and 15 at Selma University and Good Samaritan Hospital respectively, both to take place at 7:30 p.m.
The time has come again for Levitt AMP to give out grants for live concerts to whatever communities have the most votes and residents are asked to help make this happen for Selma.
A fun music video featuring Selma-Dallas County leaders rapping a drug-free message has been going viral since last week, garnering more than 60,000 views and counting.
Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium has partnered with rapper Megan Thee Stallion's nonprofit for their inaugural Joy is Our Journey Dream Tour that will be making a stop in Camden and Selma.
Selma artist Cam Walker Guarino said she was pleased with the turnout for her art exhibition and reception at Anderson Gallery on Sunday, July 17.
What is an entertainment district without, well—entertainment? The 11th Annual Jazz on the Grazz Music Fest kicked off a very busy summertime weekend in the city, as part of the annual “One Hot Summer Series.” Next up is Fashion on the River on Saturday, June 25.
“I paint for the love of painting and hope that what I create brings joy to those who view my work,” said Marilyn Ammons of Camden who took Best of Show honors and a $500 cash prize for her Dry art piece “Evening on the Alabama” in the Selma Art Guild’s (SAG) Juried Summer Exhibition held Su…
It is a world of magic, enchantment and of personal development. It transforms. It builds. It inspires. It is the world of fine arts.
The story of the Civil Rights Movement has been told in many different ways. Soon the story will be told in Selma through dance.
The Selma Art Guild will accept entries for its Summer Juried Art Exhibition by juror Sandra Hicks Larson of Montgomery on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The 3rd annual Snips Designs Hair, Make-Up, and Fashion Show took place at the Ynot Entertainment Center. People of all ages came out to check out the latest fashion trends, hair styles, make-up techniques, and local music.
Blackbelt Benefit Group's Rockin' Rib Off and Rick Carter Songwriter Festival to benefit Edmundite Missions will be held on Saturday, June 4.
More than 200 local school students painted a mural depicting the history of Selma from Native Americans to present day on the side of the Selma Welcome Center on Broad Street.
Art programs from across the Black Belt region will receive grants during an awards ceremony on Saturday, May 21 at 10 a.m.
On May 6, the Selma Welcome Center will host the first day of the "Community Arts & History" mural project from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The April 1st Saturday Selma event will be held downtown this weekend and will feature its usual round of food, art and music with different venues participating.
Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center was recently awarded a $10,000 contribution by the Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission Board of Directors in memory of Freddie L. Armstead, who served on BBTCAC’s Board of Directors from 2005 until his passing in February 2022.
"A Living Diary: The Art of John Warner & Mary McCarthy" exhibit will open tonight at The Gallery on 103 Broad Street in Camden.
Selma artist and John T. Morgan Academy Art Teacher Cam Walker Guarino was the guest artist and speaker at The Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery in Wetumka on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
The Selma Art Guild’s (SAG) 50th anniversary and birthday celebration which was held at the SAG Gallery located at 508 Selma Ave. on Sunday, Feb. 20 was a tremendous success with a good turnout of folks to see the work of SAG members from over the years, some of which were sold, said SAG Pre…
Musician Rick Carter, who spent a portion of his life in Selma, will be in town on Feb. 17 and 18 to promote his new book, "Fables and Stories-Tales From An Alabama Troubadour."
The Links, Incorporated has announced its Young Master Writers Program for high school students to submit their creative works.
A juried art show sponsored by Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center (BBTCAC) is calling for artists in the region to submit their works for a chance to win $1,000 worth in prizes.
Cam Guarino was the recipient of the "Woman of the Arts" award at the Celebrating Women Shaping Our Community" ceremony held by the Selma and Dallas County Chamber of Commerce.
Author Phyllis Parrish Alston will be present at the Selma-Dallas County Public Library on Dec. 20 to sign copies of her book, "Lessons From the Front Porch Swing"
Christmas time is coming, and a big part of our celebration is the wonderful seasonal music. So, grab a cookie and a mug of eggnog and let us suggest a few musical holiday treats.
The Selma Art Guild (SAG) Small Works Show and Sale and Selma-Dallas County Historic Preservation Society (SDCHPS) Fall Fish Fry fundraiser were successful, according to officials.