The Muhammad Ali Center is already gearing up for our 7th annual Shining a Light Photography Contest and Exhibition. On June 4, 1919, Congress passed the 19th amendment. In 2020 and in support of the Frazier History Museum’s initiative and the city of Louisville, the Muhammad Ali Center will host Shining a Light:
Muhammad Ali Center Part of Microsoft’s Legacy Project: A Powerful and Historical Virtual Experience to Empower Students and Communities This Black History Month
LOUISVILLE, KY (January 29, 2021) — Learning and celebrating Black History has never been more important than right now. To this end, the Muhammad Ali Center is pleased to announce that it will be one of just a handful of attractions around the country that was chosen for inclusion in
Celebrate Louisville’s Main Street history at the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience! Save $3 by mentioning this discount at the front desk or by using code ALI2019 when making a reservation online: https://reservations.heavenhill.com/Info.aspx?EventID=9 Offer good from 6.1.19 to 6.30.19
Much of our life is wrapped in memory. Remembering and understanding our past truly shapes our future. As families visit Cave Hill Cemetery to remember “The Greatest”, they are encouraged to visit the Broadway office of the Cemetery to write a special memory or reflection about Muhammad Ali on stationary
Celebrate the legacy and work of the late Howard L. Bingham, Muhammad Ali's best friend and personal photographer. In the Shadows features never-before-seen photos taken over four decades of Howard's career, capturing significant historical events in the United States, from social activism to pop culture, while revealing intimate photos of Muhammad Ali.
Miss Kentucky Scholarship Foundation’s Quality of Life Awards Luncheon is an event designed to celebrate the commitment to service of the young women competing in the Miss Kentucky Scholarship Organization (young women ages 13-25).
Where Inspiration Takes Flight is a community art project on display as part of the "I Am Ali" Festival this summer in Louisville, Ky. Throughout the festival, visitors are encouraged to answer the question "What Inspires You?" by writing it down on a butterfly window cling. The butterflies are displayed on the
Muhammad Ali’s Principles of Confidence & Respect Everything we do and everything that we will become starts with one thought. One thought can impact the rest of your life. Through poetry and dynamic storytelling, author and spoken word artist Hannah Drake will lead a writing workshop on the importance and
In the Shadows: Photography Exhibit by Howard Bingham opens to the public during a special “Night at the Museum” on Wednesday, July 5th from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at the Muhammad Ali Center. The exhibit contains over 50 carefully selected images photographs by Muhammad Ali’s best friend, who was also his personal photographer for
Mark’s Feed Store will donate 15% of food and beverage sales that have the vouchers attached to their guest checks. Vouchers can be found online at www.Marksfeedstore.com under our Community Section and can also be shown from our Social Media posts while visiting the restaurant. Proceeds will be donated to