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What is IPAMA?
The Institute for the Preservation of African-American Music and Arts is the educational and cultural initiative of the Holy Redeemer Educational Consortium envisioned by Bishop Sedgwick Daniels. This initiative is designed to preserve the rich tradition of African-American artistic contributions in the performing and visual arts.
Its goal is to integrate the arts into academic achievement and performance utilizing science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
By pre-serving diverse musical genres and legendary contributions of African-Americans and through displaying and exhibiting artifacts, paintings and an array of artistic rendering that demonstrates cultural appreciation of the arts, the I-PAMA will advance awareness of the Black artistic journey through a collection of archival displays and historical footages that de- picts the African-American artistic sojourn. The Mother Kathryn Daniels Conference Center has provided community empowerment and family reunification initiatives since its inception in 2004. The center encircles educational, financial, societal and ecumenical programs that enhance the quality of life for thousands of Wisconsin Residents.
Through generous donations and purchases, the IPAMA actively collects archival materials, books, photographs, clothing/textiles, audio visual materials, fine art and historic objects. The IPAMAs overall collection includes institutional history and educational objects and materials that are used in IPAMA programming. Please visit www.i-pama.com to learn more information.