Harlem Arts Alliance kicks off Women History Month

db440a16-46d7-4847-ae6a-c73388cb6bd3Harlem Arts Alliance kicks off the month of March with an impressive lineup of announcements and cultural updates from the Apollo Theater, Harlem Arts Festival, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), Carnegie Hall, Walker International Communications, Walk Tall Girl Productions and more! Continue Reading →

Lupita Nyong’o Day Declared In Harlem

lupita in harlemIt’s about time that Lupita Nyong’o had her own day in Harlem! On Tuesday, New York Congressman Charles Rangel and Harlem Arts Alliance Chairman Voza Rivers named Oct. 20 Lupita Nyong’o Day in Harlem, N.Y. Continue Reading →

The Harlem Arts Alliances Harlem Arts Advocacy Week 2015

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Harlem Arts Advocacy Week is key to the mission of Harlem Arts Alliance. With the leadership of Executive Director, Linda Walton, Harlem-based HAA strives to unify artists and arts organizations, large and small, and to link the arts with other sectors within the community.

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Fall Open House: The Black Fantastic At The Schomburg

FINAL+Fall+open+house+cropThe Schomburg Center’s annual Fall Open House is an opportunity for our audiences and patrons to access and engage with our collections, exhibitions, and programmatic offerings in an evening filled with conversations, performances, films and art.  Continue Reading →

Dance/NYC Celebrates Dance in Harlem And Upper Manhattan (video)

sarren walker banceDance/NYC, dedicated to promoting the knowledge, appreciation, practice, and performance of dance in the metropolitan area, today announced the release of its new NEW YORKERS FOR DANCE campaign spotlighting local residents, community leaders, and artists in Harlem and Upper Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Harlem Group To Receive $750,000 Grant from UMEZ

CCCADI Gala Guests  Lloyd Williams Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce    CCCADI Pres and Founder DrThe Caribbean Culture Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is slated to receive grant funding of $750,000 over the next three years from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone for capacity building as the organization works towards their move to a new home in a renovated firehouse located at 120 East 125 Street in Harlem.  Continue Reading →