The Hathor Cultural Art Center




To provide holistic approaches to cultural enrichment which support and strengthen the family and community and which specifically targets African American families. Establish a cultural presence within the community with respect to positive role models, and exposing families to social, cultural, educational, spiritual, business and community linkages.

Creativity Is In-less,
As Long As Our Foundation Is Rooted In Culture.

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Who Is Hathor?

Hathor is a ancient goddess, highly loved and Honor throughout Kemet (Egypt), starting from the 3rd millennium BCE. She was the goddess of motherhood, love, joy, fertility, dance, and beauty. She was also in charge of welcoming the transitioning spirits to the afterlife, providing them with food and drinks, and thus her name “Goddess of the Western Mountain.” According to an ancient myth, Hathor was a sky goddess, along with Nut. That’s why she was connected to the sky, movement of planets, birth, and rebirth after death. Hathor was married to Horus-Behdety and had a son called “Ihy,” who was the god of dancing and music.


Hathor means “estate of Horus” or “the House of Horus,” being identified as the wife of god Horus and mother of the Pharaohs. She was one of the popular deities that had different characters, most importantly being the queen of Kemet. It is also believed that she was the daughter of the sun god Re of Heliopolis.


What's Up Family,
Pack some lunch and get comfortable in Our Lounge, here at the Center. Vibe to some rhythm and Blues in your own space.
Bring a book or purchase a one. the library is yours
free WiFi

Do You Have a Questioning Nature?

the greatest mystery is reveal from within. learning more about yourself, family lineage, world History, earth's Story, and (Her)story. we welcome genuine thought
"Search Your heart" by Natara Qenut Angela Wright


The Lounge is one my visit places to go in the city

I Love Spoken Word Night
Curtis Heru

To See Our People Creating more value within our Community is something to be celebrated.

They sit at one of the gates of the NoMo aka N.Main Community, and rightfully so.
the House of Hathor is a gatekeeper
~Sabrina Odom

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