The N'Namdi is located in the Sugar Hill Arts District, home to many of Detroit's leading arts and cultural institutions. Our facility includes four exhibition spaces, indoor and outdoor performance areas, and a movement center. The facility also includes a gift and bookstore. We are proud to partner with Seva, an award winning restaurant and wine bar, featuring innovative vegetarian cuisine. Seva offers a full line of catering options, exclusively available at the N'Namdi Center.
Our theatre and performance space provides a venue for film, live music and experiential theatre. Past events in the Black Box include: Screening of Jackie Brown followed by a Q & A with Elmore Leonard; Performances by The Matthew Ship Trio, The Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, The Ones: YAW & Khari; and more!
Established in 1981, by George N'Namdi in Detroit, the gallery has been internationally recognized as one of the most influential contemporary abstract art galleries in the country. As part of the center, the gallery maintains its mission to develop appreciation for the historical value of the arts and inspire a new generation of art collectors