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 →
This year’s Global Exchange conference will bring together nearly 300 world leaders and influencers to advance the power of “Art for Good” in meeting the critical challenges facing our world. Continue Reading →
“Every day I wish I was as strong as my enslaved ancestors. When I look at what it’s going to take to build this museum, I take great comfort in coming out of that community,” says Lonnie Bunch III,. Continue Reading →
As art lovers at Harlem World Magazine we were plaesed to read the announcement of the debut of the Accessible Art Fair New York. Since 2007, The Brussels Accessible Art Fair has been a focal point to discover new talent and an opportunity for artists’ to exhibit their work to a distinguished audience. Continue Reading →
When most travelers go on vacation it is to relax and unwind. However for Chetachi Ecton traveling to resorts throughout the world proved more taxing than relaxing. It was during a trip almost three years ago when she stepped foot off of a resort that her life changed forever. Continue Reading →
By Udo Salters
On Thursday July 14th, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling celebrated two New Exhibitions by artists Shani Peters and David Shrobe.