NMAAM's Season of Giving Campaign
We are thankful for your contributions on #GivingTuesday, which totaled $29k in donations. The National Museum of African American Music's Season of Giving continues with the Limited Edition campaign. From now through February 28, 2021, you will receive a commemorative NMAAM t-shirt when you donate at the $100 level and an exclusive NMAAM catalog when you donate at the $250 level as a token of our appreciation for your support. Click here to make your donation today!
SAVE THE DATE: Virtual Concert Featuring Eric Roberson, Will Downing, and Avery*Sunshine
To celebrate our January 2021 opening, NMAAM, in partnership with HCA Healthcare, invites you to enjoy an evening of live music right from the comfort of your home. Experience this one of a kind virtual concert featuring Eric Roberson, Will Downing, and Avery*Sunshine on Weds., Dec. 16 at 8PM CST/9PM EST, on NMAAM's Facebook page and YouTube channel. Tickets will be available beginning Wednesday, Dec. 9. For more information and to reserve your space, click below.
NMAAM x AARP Tennessee's Courageous Conversations
NMAAM partnered with AARP Tennessee for Courageous Conversations, a 2-part series about the role music plays in helping us cultivate equitable relationships that kicked off in November. Tune in Monday, Dec. 14 at 2PM CST as NMAAM VP of Brand Partnerships, Tuwisha Rogers-Simpson, joins Derek Young and Anna Parker Walker for "The Power of Possible Similarities." Click below to register.
My Music Matters Artist Chat with Eric Roberson
The "King of Independent Soul and R&B," Eric Roberson, joins us this week as our My Music Matters Artist Chat guest. We're LIVE on Facebook with this GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-faceted recording artist Weds., Dec. 9 at 5PM CST/6PM EST. This is an event you won't want to miss!
The Catalogue: NMAAM's Virtual Hip Hop Gallery
Acclaimed hip hop photographers Mel D. Cole and Jonathan Mannion have captured some of the most iconic moments of the culture, and now those legendary image are part of NMAAM's first-ever virtual gallery. Explore the gallery, hear the photographers' stories behind the photos, and dive deep with Mel, Jonathan, and Very Smart Brothas co-founder Panama Jackson as they discuss their love of hip hop
Volunteer with NMAAM 
There's still time to apply to volunteer with NMAAM! Volunteers are extensions of our museum education team, acting as guides, storytellers, and orators, engaging visitors with the history of African American musical innovation, and inspiring them to understand the greatest connection each person has within the world – music.

Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn and grow in numerous roles including assisting in areas of retail, education, visitor service, and more. Select volunteers will also receive the chance to serve as griots, or storytellers, guiding visitors throughout their museum tour experience.

Ready to apply? Click below to submit your application.

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