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The African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) in Fort Lauderdale is dedicated to the history of the African-American community of the United States. The beautiful library is adorned with sculptures and is stocked with resources to study the African-American and Caribbean legacy and culture. The AARLCC is also a cultural center with an ultra-modern auditorium, meeting room, and a special art gallery, exhibiting artworks of renowned artists. The place often hosts cultural and recreational programs, and offers computer classes.
Camp Owaissa Bauer located on 199 woodland acres, facility features six cabins that accommodate up to 150 overnight campers. Amenities include a swimming pool, baseball field, volleyball court, nature trails, restrooms and a dining and social room that accommodates up to 200 people. For your security and safety, a park manager is also present on the grounds. The layout makes the camp popular for large, organized gatherings. Call ahead to check availability and for additional information.
Established with the aim of providing education through the medium of art, Young At Art Museum can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Spread over 55,000 square feet (5109.67 square meters), the museum houses exhibits like ArtScapes, dealing with art history; CultureScapes, an artistic depiction of global cultures; and more. A cafe serving healthy food is also located at Young at Art Museum.
Sixth Star Studios is the home of the theater company, The Women's Theater Project. Seeking to traverse the female experience through performance, they stage plays written by and about women.
Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, the F.A.T. Village Arts District is the city's cultural and creative hub as it is where some of Florida's most renowned artistic minds express themselves through various mediums such as festivals, street shows, art exhibitions, theater, and films. Another feature of the area are the walls, which are generally covered with innovative graffiti work that convey important socio-cultural messages, making casual strolls around the district a lot more fun.