Salters Scene: Long Gallery In Harlem

Louis Long and Crystal Joy

By Udo Salters

On a hot day in July, the Long Gallery on 2073 7th Avenue at 124th Street in Harlem,   NY, held a multi-disciplinary exhibition with original paintings and sculptures by Dáreece J. Walker and performance poetry by artist Daniel J. Watts and the InnerView Collective. Continue Reading →

Lincoln Center’s Global Exchange Offers Access To World And Cultural Leaders Via Free Live Stream

lincoln-center-artsThis 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 →

HW Pick: Lonnie Bunch’s Journey To A National Museum Of African-American Culture

lonnie-bunch-spotlight-september-20161“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 →

HW Pick: Announcing The Debut Of The Accessible Art Fair New York Hosted By artnet

artfair at montblancAs 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 →

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 →

Souleo: A world traveler takes action with When in Need Foundation

Photo Credit_When in Need FoundationBy Souleo

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 →

Salters Scene: Sugar Hill Children’s Museum New Exhibitions

Shani Peters, David Shrobe, Lauren Kelley and Sandra Garcia-Betancourt

Shani Peters, David Shrobe, Lauren Kelley and Sandra Garcia-Betancourt

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.

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Russell Simmons 17th Annual Art For Life Gala In The Hamptons

BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY - JULY 16: Angela Simmons attends Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation's 2016 ART FOR LIFE Benefit at Fairview Farms on July 16, 2016 in Bridgehampton, New York. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation)

Russell Simmons and his brother, artist Danny Simmons, co-hosted the 17th Annual ART FOR LIFE gala to benefit the RUSH Philanthropic Arts Foundation. Continue Reading →

“Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power” With Susan E. Cahan In Harlem

mounting and susan cahan1Consider this: Prior to 1967, fewer than a dozen museum exhibitions in the U.S. had featured the work of African American artists. Continue Reading →

The Art Hand Embroidery Workshop At Morris-Jumel Mansion

aefb0fcd-9acf-4c53-9d24-a5fe4d1bf9a8Explore the vintage embroidery collection of the Morris-Jumel Mansion as you learn basic hand embroidery stitches from quilt and mixed media artist Laura R. Gadson. Continue Reading →