Welcome, Connie H. Choi New Studio Museum In Harlem’s Associate Curator

Today, The Studio Museum in Harlem announced the appointment of Connie H. Choi to the position of Associate Curator, Permanent Collection. Continue Reading →

Maysles And Studio Museum Doc Series Addresses Legacies Of 1970s Cultural Movements

Presented in partnership with The Studio Museum in Harlem, Studio Screen is a nonfiction film series addressing the on and off screen legacies of socially engaged cultural movements of the 1970s. Continue Reading →

“Haiku Vibrations: Womanhood Not to Be Sacrificed” 2016, By Nefertiti

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Periodically we do features on artists and their art. This time its printer, designer, and New Jersey based artist Nefertiti, she has exhibited her work at The Studio Museum in Harlem, the Schomburg Center for Research, and her painting Haiku Vibrations: Womanhood Not to Be Sacrificed, above, is a “poetic painting,” Continue Reading →

Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art Brunch Tour In Harlem

chef-jj-johnsonModerated by Hallie Ringle, curator The Studio Museum in Harlem.  This panel including Miguel Luciano, Hannah Bronfman, Anahi Angelone, and Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson, will explore the complex intersections of food, community, and contemporary art. Continue Reading →

Arts & Minds at the Studio Museum Wins National Award

82beec72-5067-48d5-b7c1-32535431f022The Studio Museum in Harlem is thrilled to announce that The Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) has awarded Arts & Minds at the Studio Museum the 2015 Rosalinde Gilbert Innovations in Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiving Legacy Award. Continue Reading →

February Highlights At Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

Sugar Hill Children's MuseumThe Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is the perfect way to celebrate this February with programs from art to storytelling camp. Continue Reading →

Shop Harlem: Wardell Milan Drawings Umbrella

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What’s better than an umbrella that keeps you dry and it has great art by visual artist Wardell Milan covering it? It doesn’t get any better than that.

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