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


The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center (MTCC) honors Arkansas’ 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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