VH1 Save The Music “Master Class” With Harlem Fave Patrice Jackson At Thurgood Marshall Academy

VH1 Save The MusicNext week, VH1 is holding there exclusive annual VH1 Save The Music “Master Class” at Thurgood Marshall Academy for Learning and Social Change. Continue Reading →

Harlem School of the Arts Launches Original Student Production In Harlem

AllTheNews-Image-FINALThe Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) will launch the Fall 2016 Season with its first original student theatre production, All The News, a dynamic fast-paced satire of contemporary news programs and infotainment. Continue Reading →

Isis Kenney’s ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’ At HSA

HSA photoThe Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) will present Artist Isis Kenney’s The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, a powerful digital art exhibition that combines Hip Hop culture, fine art, current events and politics to address controversial societal issues.  Continue Reading →

Harlem School Of The Arts Announces Programming For Its Fall 2016 Season

Alicia Keys and children of HSA_Photo Credit Michael Loccisano for Getty Images

Today, the Harlem School of the Arts announced programming for its Fall 2016 Season. Under the leadership of President Eric G. Pryor, the premier arts institution kicks off a dynamic season of more than 15 performances, concerts, exhibitions and events that feature music, dance, theatre and visual arts. Continue Reading →

HSA To Present Julia Kito Kirtley’s Exhibition In Harlem

Photo_credit-_Julia_Kito_Kirtley_lllCity_That_Never_Sleepslll_36x24l_Acrylic_Paintl_Fabric_Paintl_Mirrors_on_Canvas_900Visual art, underground dance culture and fashion are masterfully fused in Harlem School of the Arts Teaching Artist Julia Kito Kirtley’s live performance art exhibition, “I Hear Music In The Streets.” Continue Reading →

Harlem School Of The Arts Havana Nights In harlem

Julie_Rose_2_with_Eric_PryorHarlem School of the Arts (HSA) hosted a Havana Nights Dance Party Benefit at Harlem School of the Arts (Harlem School of the Arts The Herb Alpert Center, 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue, New York, NY 10030) on Thursday May 12, 2016. Continue Reading →

Dorothy Maynor, “Founder Harlem School Of The Arts” Signed 1948

dorothy maynor flyer in harlemA great Harlem collectible signed by legendary Dorothy Maynor (founder of The Harlem School of the Arts) in (not so) dark pencil from an event on April 3rd, 1948 at Ohio Northern University.  Continue Reading →

Nick Cannon Launches NCREDIBLE With RadioShack In Harlem

nick-cannonNick Cannon recently admitted that he is enjoying his life being single after his divorce from Mariah Carey. Apart from that, it appears that he is building his business portfolio as he opens a line of consumer electronics products called NCREDIBLE, which is hitting the shelves of RadioShack. Continue Reading →

Talented Teen Triple Threat Harlem Fave We’ McDonald!

we macdonal in harlemWe’ McDonald isn’t yet a household name, but ask any of the music fans who religiously attend the World Famous Apollo Theater’s amateur night in Harlem, New York, and you would think she is artist of the year.
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Lincoln Center’s Jazz For Children, Expands to Harlem

Jazz Aa Linclon Center WeBop Photo by Elizabeth Leitzell1Jazz at Lincoln Center’s popular early childhood education program, WeBop, continues to celebrate its 10th anniversary with expansion to Harlem. Continue Reading →