East Harlem Kenny Scharf Mural Stolen A Second Time

East Harlem artAn art installation on the East River Esplanade worth thousands has been stolen for the second time this summer, a spokeswoman for Friends of the East River Esplanade told source. Continue Reading →

Call For Uptown Artists: Portraits of Community

seitu worldsThe Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in collaboration with NY-Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital, welcomes submissions for NoMAA’s next exhibition entitled “Portraits of Community: People, Places.” Continue Reading →

PAL Partners To Unveil Harlem Center Mural Created By PAL Teens

mural1On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, the Police Athletic League (PAL) in collaboration with Creative Art Works unveiled a mural created by PAL teenagers at the PAL Harlem Center. Continue Reading →

Celebrating The Legacy Of Dance In Harlem is…Fabulous!

Sounds and Motion_Grace Williams1A newly expanded art exhibition by Community Works to salute pioneers in dance in Harlem will open formally at MIST Harlem, 46 West 116th St., between Lenox and 5th Avenues, with a special public reception for community leaders, artists and  interested residents. Continue Reading →

Harlem School Of The Arts Announces Programming For Its Fall 2016 Season

Alicia Keys and children of HSA_Photo Credit Michael Loccisano for Getty Images

Today, the Harlem School of the Arts announced programming for its Fall 2016 Season. Under the leadership of President Eric G. Pryor, the premier arts institution kicks off a dynamic season of more than 15 performances, concerts, exhibitions and events that feature music, dance, theatre and visual arts. Continue Reading →

Iconic Artist Keith Haring Mural At Risk In Harlem

HaringBy Councilperson Mark Levine

residential building which houses dozens of tenants and a mural by the iconic Keith Haring is in danger of being lost to our community. Continue Reading →

Architecture Through the Eyes Of The Artist Moderated by David Zhai In Harlem

Architecture Through the Eyes of The Artist moderated by David ZhaiMeet the artists in Uncommon Landscapes and delve deeper into how they visualize spatial concepts and disrupt our ideas around form and construction.  Continue Reading →

The Harlem “Genius” Charles Alston New York 1900’s

Charles_AlstonCharles Alston was a renowned African-American artist of the early 1900s. Not only was he a revolutionary painter, but he was a sculptor, a muralist and also a very influential teacher. Continue Reading →

Harlem Artist Tomo Mori New Mural Unveiled At Columbia University

Tomo MoriHarlem-based visual artist Tomo Mori will transform the Miller Theatre lobby at Columbia University in West Harlem into an immersive work surrounding viewers with a sponge-stamped waterfall of images, based on her cut and painted mosaic process. Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Dee Opens New Art Space In Harlem

gallery inharlem1Ah, summer! Everyone is at the beach and in the mountains, running along the sands, scuba diving, and windsurfing, an ice-cold frozen margarita, piña colada, or daiquiris in hand. But the new art season awaits. It is sneaking up on us. Continue Reading →