The first GRAMMY Museum® affiliate to be located outside of the United States, the GRAMMY® Museum Gallery in Anguilla is located within The AMA Center – a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the resources to empower the people of Anguilla and the Caribbean region to compete on an international stage in the arts, media and technology. The 1,500 square foot Gallery will regularly feature rotating interactive exhibitions curated by the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, and offer a variety of public and educational programming for the community.
The GRAMMY® Museum Gallery seeks to educate and inspire all Gallery visitors with the enduring qualities and cultural significance of all genres of music.
The AMA Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the resources to sustainably empower the people of Anguilla and the Caribbean region to compete on an international stage in the areas of the arts, media and technology.
Bob Marley took reggae to its highest heights and was one of the greatest performers the world has ever known. At the peak of his career, he sang out to the oppressed and downtrodden and became a powerful inspiration to anyone who believed music could change the world. Even today, the message and music of Bob Marley continues to uplift people around the globe. The Marley story doesn’t end there. Inspired by their father, the sons and daughters of Bob Marley carry on his work in their own unique ways.
And The GRAMMY Goes To… is an exhibit curated by the GRAMMY Museum® that gives visitors a historical overview of the GRAMMY Awards® through interactive content and artifacts. The exhibit celebrates past and recent GRAMMY winners through areas that explore how a GRAMMY is won, the star-studded GRAMMY red carpet spotlighting timeless moments from a variety of artists, and what goes into making an actual GRAMMY Award. Along with artifacts and historical information, the exhibit also gives visitors a chance to watch the most recent GRAMMY Awards telecast.