#1 Ranked Affiliate of the National Urban League

Vaughn Cultural Center

  • The Vaughn Cultural Center (VCC) is a cultural venue in the St. Louis African American community devoted to the display of African American artistic, cultural and historical materials.

  • The goal of the VCC is to promote awareness of African American history and culture through exhibits, story telling and special programs.

  • The VCC highlights include:

    • Six artist exhibits on display yearly;
    • Free Jazz and Gospel concerts;
    • Book signings and live performances;
    • Local forum for community events; and
    • Art classes for children.

     

  • The VCC is open five days a week from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm and admission is free of charge

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

 St. Louis City Divsion

3701 Grandel Square

St. Louis, MO 63108

Contact:  Mr. Kim Love

klove@urbanleague-stl.org

(314) 615-3624

   Established in 1979 with funds donated by Mrs. Ermaline 
Vaughn in memory of her husband Dr. Arthur Vaughn, the VCC is located in Grand Arts District at the Urban League Headquarters and is supported by Regional Arts Commission.