Baba SouSou! Celebrating Our Fathers! In Harlem

Activities for families with children ages 4-12! All attending children are free to take a book in exchange for a well-loved book they bring. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Jacob Lawrence Rare Signed Autograph Photo, November 29th, 1976

A rare hand collectible signed in black ink marker photograph by Harlem renaissance Harlem-based artist Jacob Lawrence from Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Public Art Takes Root Across 110th Street In Harlem

Marcus Garvey Park, like all of Harlem, is contested space. It was named for the Pan-Africanist leader in 1973, but the adjoining landmarked district retains the old name, Mount Morris Park. Continue Reading →

The Sounds Of Caribbean Music 2017 Fab Fundraiser At Harlem School For The Arts

Even the balmy 96-degree weather cooperated, setting the perfect mood for the Harlem School of the Arts’ (HSA) recent  Caribbean heritage celebration.

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First Friday’s Gathering Of The LGBT Pride Edition At The Schomburg In Harlem

To kick off LGBT Pride Month, the Schomburg Center is proud to present the third annual First Fridays: LGBT Pride social gathering, in honor of our In the Life Archive.
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STEM Kids NYC Is Hiring! STEAM Teachers & Gurus Needed At Columbia In Harlem

STEM Kids NYC, a Harlem-based 501(c)(3) founded in 2015 and featured on NBC’s GIVE show, bridges the gap between current school curriculum and the immediate need to prepare students for STEM skills and for jobs that do not yet exist. Continue Reading →

Blick Art Materials Coming To 125th Street In Harlem

The growing retail landscape on 125th Street will house yet another high-profile tenant. Continue Reading →

The Stars Shine At Harlem-Based The Brotherhood/Sister Sol Gala 2017 (Photographs)

A Manhattan gala honoring award-winning actor Jeffrey Wright and acclaimed artist Carrie Mae Weems raised nearly $1 million for The Brotherhood/Sister Sol (Bro/Sis), a nationally recognized, Harlem-based nonprofit and youth development organization, a record. Continue Reading →

Twyla Tharp Talks At ARTMakers At HSA In Harlem

Celebrated choreographer Twyla Tharp speaks about her life’s work as a dance icon. Continue Reading →

Styles & Storytellers At La Maison d’Art In Harlem

Styles & Storytellers is the first installment of a series of exhibits and artist talks created by artist J.T. Liss. 4 unique artists, 4 unique styles, 4 completely different stories about their lives and work. Continue Reading →

Arts And Culture Lives As Lavazza Partners With The Guggenheim

Harlem has always had a love affair with arts and culture, from Orson Welles Macbeth to the Harlem Renaissance.  That’s why we love the annoucement today, Lavazza took another major step in its ongoing commitment to helping promote the arts and culture around the world with the announcement of a multi-year collaboration with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Fariña Kicks Off Annual Borough Arts Festivals

Chancellor Fariña today kicked off the third annual Borough Arts Festivals, a series of visual and performing arts events in each borough that provide platforms for nearly 2,700 students from over 460 schools to showcase their work from the school year. Continue Reading →

Statement From Actors’ Equity President Kate Shindle After Senate Votes To Fully Fund NEA

Thousands of actors and stage managers live in Harlem because of its rich history of live theatre from the Harlem renaissance to the second renaissance of today. Continue Reading →

Harlem Arts-Inspired Rental Hits The Market

Less than two months after offering up its affordable rentals, leasing is now underway on the market-rate units at Harlem 125, a new two-building rental project located at 69 East 125th Street. Continue Reading →

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz In Conversation With Raphael Montañez Ortíz In Harlem

El Museo del Barrio presents artist Beatriz Santiago Muñoz in conversation with El Museo’s founder, artist /educator Raphael Montañez Ortíz. Continue Reading →