Live Art And Jazz with Marjorie Eliot and Andrea Arroyo In Harlem

Arroyo-Eliot -A Rose in Harlem- 1 Photo by Felipe GalindoThe Rio III Gallery at Sugar Hill is pleased to present a special a Live Art and Music Experience, featuring the musical talents of jazz legend Ms. Marjorie Eliot, and the inspired paintings of award-winning visual artist Andrea Arroyo. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: MoCADA Inaugural Masquerade Ball

Jesse Williams and James E. Bartlett

Jesse Williams and James E. Bartlett

The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) held its inaugural Masquerade Ball on Thursday, May 14th at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Leperca Space. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Art exhibition and nonprofit org look at LGBT issues beyond marriage equality

André StIn the artwork titled, “The Promise” by André St. Clair and Tavet Gillson, a lone traveling subject walks the streets of a rainbow cityscape, under the watchful eyes of a personal deity, seeking a path to self-love and shelter. The image represents the story of many of the nation’s homeless LGBT youth.

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Harlem’s National Black Programming Consortium Wins NEA Grant

downloadThrough its grant-making to thousands of nonprofits each year, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) promotes opportunities for people in communities across America to experience the arts and exercise their creativity. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: Harlem After Dark

Pat and Allan Harris opened the doors of Harris Harlem Brownstone on Saturday, October 25 hosting Harlem After Dark.  Pat, a producer and Allan, a jazz vocalist and guitarist, were gifted two baby grand pianos and Harlem After Dark was born.

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Interview: Harlem Artist Allicette Torres

Allicette TorresAllicette Torres

The Harlem born visual artist whose work is in the upcoming Harlem Art Walking Tour 2012 in October as she shoots her art, defines what Harlem is and knows that Harlem isn’t discovered in her world of Harlem. Continue Reading →