Due to COVID-19 current events and programs are limited or postponed. Please peruse our past and regular programming. Some programming may transition to online platforms. Please check back for updates. Thank you for visiting Crossroads Cultural Arts Center.
Exhibits, events and performances share how African Culture has survived in America. Through our projects we celebrate and revive these traditions.
Traveling groups explore the history of Blues, African American History, Civil Rights and African Survivals. Stay at Crossroads or at another local residence.
Students visit Crossroads for performances, exhibits, arts education, Black history and more.
Community members, youth and professional artists grace the stage of Crossroads Cultural Arts Center for musical performances, plays, dance recitals, oral history, art shows and talent shows.
Clarksdale is the home of the Blues and of many yearly festivals. Crossroads serves as a venue for the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival and the Juke Joint festival, among others.
Artists in Residence reside in the artist's loft and practice their art forms. Each artist presents art to the local community and offers educational workshops.
Visual arts and performance education experiences for youth, families, and adults
Crossroads Cultural Arts Center has served as an incubation location for community centered businesses as a worksite for Workforce Development.