Last night, singer/songwriter Harlem lady Alicia Keys, Glenn Ligon and Thelma Golden (above) from the Studio Museum in Harlem were guests of honor at The Gordon Parks Centennial Gala. Continue reading
Join Jules Allen as he discusses his approach and perspective on photographing New York City’s streets.
Jules Allen is a respected, award-winning photographer currently living and working in New York. His lifelong work is evocative of the contemporary black experience. His images place subjects, drawn from the richness of black life, within universal paradigms. Allen’s aesthetic vision embraces black music, gesture, and ritual, and renders American culture more meaningful for the world. Continue reading
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The Met partners with the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development to honor graduates of the Fatherhood Program
Father’s Day Celebration at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, (followed by a picnic in Central Park ), 150 fathers and children, Robert Doar, Commissioner, Human Resources Administration, John Welch, Museum Educator in Charge of Youth Programs, Dr. Ronald Mincy, Columbia University, IMPACT Repertory Theatre. Continue reading
MoMA takes us through a wonderful decade of legendary Esquire magazine covers (’62 to ’72, for the curious)… Continue reading