Java Lewis Art Show

Friday, April 11  6pm

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Friday, May 9th

2:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. show

Saturday, May 10th

3:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. show

Tickets $15  

An original one-man stage play that journeys through the life of renowned poet and writer, Langston Hughes.

A Negro Writer, an adaptation from Hughes autobiography, “The Big Sea,” recounting his

haunted times growing up in the southern church, controversial summers with his

estranged father, finding love in Paris and more. Follow the captivating journey

for a night of artistic remembrance for the enchanting and musical language of

"A Negro Writer".



Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and Birmingham Mountain Radio's The Lost Child Present:  

Sun Ra Celebration

Friday, May 24, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and Birmingham Mountain Radio's The Lost Child present A Centennial Tribute to Sun Ra, celebrating the life and legacy of Birmingham's own, otherworldly musical visionary.  One of jazz music's most innovative and iconic personalities, Sun Ra (1914-1993) was a composer, bandleader, and poet-philosopher who sought to communicate cosmic truths through his longtime band, the Intergalactic Arkestra.  The centennial tribute will reunite members and alums of the Arkestra for a special, one-night-only performance: led by drummer Craig Holiday Haynes, the band will also feature Sun Ra alums Kwame Hadi, Bruce Edwards, Ray Blue, Radu Ben Judah, and Chandra Washington.  In addition to this performance, the evening will include an on-stage jam session, open to any interested musicians; free admission will be given to any musician who brings an instrument for the jam session.  Throughout the night, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame's museum will also feature an art exhibit including both visual art and live, interactive models.  Refreshments will be provided by the Cahaba Brewing Company. 

Please call (205) 327-9437 for more details.



We Must be driven by our love and not misled by our hate. Finally, a play that attacks the problem head-on. Seeing before your eyes the true understanding of "How A Black Man Loves", you will be taken on a journey through a black man's heart, mind, body, and soul and see him as you have never seen him before.His pain, his sorrow, his happiness, and his joy. Come witness brother smooth, brother shy, brother hype, brother intellect, and Black Love himself, as they open their hearts, minds, and souls to you.

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Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Presents:

12th Annual Student Jazz Band Festival

April 16th, 17th, and 19th

Directors: print, complete, and return the form below to register your ensemble:

SJBF 2014 form

Support hard-working and talented middle school, high school, and collegiate jazz ensembles from across Alabama and beyond as they perform back-to-back in the Historic Carver Theatre! Free of admission and open to the public, this three day family-friendly jazz festival is an annual highlight at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame.


" When Love Isn't Enough"

A Stage Play by Van J. Will  

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Coming Nov 8, 2014 to The Carver Theatre

 Tickets on Sale Aug 1, 2014