At MTCC, Arkansans share converged histories and expand their knowledge of African American experiences.


The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center (MTCC) honors Arkansas’s African American history and tells the story of the Mosaic Templars of America, an African American fraternal organization founded in 1882.

MTCC's mission is to preserve, interpret and celebrate African American history and culture in Arkansas. The museum promotes an #InclusiveArkansas by actively seeking to engage diverse audiences, including individuals and families who experience physical, learning and developmental disabilities.

MTCC is committed to being a museum that effectively tells the story of Arkansas’s history through the African American perspective, while creating an environment that is open and inclusive.


  • Donate online. Complete the online donation form and submit to contribute.
  • Sponsor exhibits and events to help us reach our $150,000 goal.
  • Give a gift in memory of a loved one to honor their life and legacy.
  • Share your history by donating personal artifact collections to the MTCC.

Established: 2001

Employees: 15

Service Area: Arkansas

Christina Shutt



501 W. Ninth St.
Little Rock, AR 72201


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