Silent Protest Art Walk Curated By Dream Hampton, Jamal Joseph, Emory Douglas And More

On July 28, 2017, the art world and creative community at large will gather in mass to silently protest fear-based prejudice and bigotry that has pinnacled across the globe in the last several years. Continue Reading →

Archaeologists Prove That Art Is The Oldest Profession In The World In Africa (Update)

It’s perfect that the art capital of the world is NYC, and Harlem is one of its foundations, but if you want to see where art began, go to a cave. Not just any cave, but not just one cave either. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces His Cultural Plan For All New Yorkers, CreateNYC

Mayor de Blasio today joined NYC Cultural Affairs Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl and Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer to release CreateNYC, New York City’s first-ever comprehensive cultural plan. Continue Reading →

HBCU Actress And Educator, Dr. Tommie “Tonea” Stewart

By Robert Walker

Down South in Montgomery, AL. there is a voice and personality as big as all of the state itself that echoes from Hope Hull to Harlem. Continue Reading →

Central Park Spring By James Reuel Smith, 109th Street, Harlem, NY, March 18, 1901

The Central Park fresh water spring photograph by James Reuel Smith at West 109th Street, (150 feet east of) Eighth Avenue, Harlem, New York, on March 18, 1901. Continue Reading →

The ‘Liminal Space’ Explores Guyanese Heritage In Harlem

Migration is perhaps the defining movement of our time — for both the ones who leave and the ones who are left. Continue Reading →

Notes On Revolución: Latinas In The #Resistance Movement At El Museo In Harlem

What role do Latinas play in today’s political landscape? Join us for an engaging panel discussion with film shorts regarding the current challenges our nation is facing in maintaining basic human rights, particularly for marginalized communities and women. Continue Reading →

Maurice Brown Signature Jazz Sound At Harlem Arts Festival 2017 (Video)

Check out the contemporary Jazz trumpeter/MC /Producer Maurice “Mobetta” Bro wn, if you haven’t heard of him he’s at the upcoming Harlem Arts Festival 2017. Continue Reading →

A Mayan Tapestry, Traditional And Contemporary Paintings From Guatemala In Harlem

The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano is pleased to present “A Mayan Tapestry – Traditional and Contemporary paintings from Guatemala,” an exhibition of paintings. Continue Reading →

Join The End Of The Year Association Of Dominican Classical Artists Concert Celebration

Harlem is cordially invited to the Association of Dominican Classical Artists, 2016-17 End of the Year Concert and Visual Arts Exhibit by youth of Washington Heights, Inwood, and Harlem. Continue Reading →

The Perfect Mix Of Art And Music At The “Art Out Loud” Launch At Viacom

Harlem is one of the oldest arts communities in the world, so when VH1 sent us this article about the Vh1 Save The Music Foundation x Gibson Foundation partnership as part of VH1 STM’s 20th Anniversary campaign – we loved it. Continue Reading →

Lauren Kelley New Director And Chief Curator Of The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum

The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum in Harlem has just announced the appointment of Lauren Kelley as Director and Chief Curator, effective immediately. Continue Reading →

Classical Theatre Of Harlem’s Free Production Of The Three Musketeers

The Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director) presents the New York premiere of The Three Musketeers, written by Catherine Bush and adapted from the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas. Continue Reading →

‘Lina Puerta: From The Botánico Series,’ At Columbia University In Harlem

This July, the Harlem-based Colombian-American artist Lina Puerta transforms the lobby of Miller Theatre with a new installation from her Botánico Series, inspired by weeds and uncontrolled nature within urban spaces. Continue Reading →

The Collectors Series Work By Chief Nike Okundaye At Sugar Hill In Harlem

A lecturer at Harvard University, featured as one of OkayAfrica.com’s The Best African Art in 2014, work as part of the art collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art and countless honors, Chief Nike Okundaye is the epitome of a “Renaissance Woman” carrying the torch as an artist, social entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Continue Reading →