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Meet The Crew

Who We Are


Erika L. Mixon

Co- Founder 

"FBAC is important to me because art is the sign language of the soul. It speaks when words cannot be found. It empowers , connects, enlightens, and inspires. And there's no other community or culture in the Birmingham & surrounding areas that need a dedicated space to be celebrated artistically  & express their journey more than black people"

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Ebone' Gilbert

Co-Founder  & Co-Executive Director / PR Director

"FBAC is important to me because it represents artistic advocacy. Additionally, it shows how empowered you become when you carve out aa niche for yourself and like minded individuals."

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Atuarra McCaslin


"FBAC is important to me because the black experience, art , and community are at the core of our organization. This is an opportunity to give back and continue the legacy in the arts that my parents started. "

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Jamelia Pearson

Co-Founder & Director of Finance

"FBAC is important to me because it's a way to give back to the city and people who helped mold me into the person I am today. "

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