At Harlem’s School for the Arts, City Council members Robert Jackson and Inez Dickens hosted A Celebration of Black Culture award ceremony Honoring The Legendary Vy Higginsen, Voza Rivers of Harlem Arts Alliance, Marjorie Eliot of Harlem Parlor Jazz (award accepted by her Son), and Ty Jones of the classical Theater of Harlem. Continue reading
Posted in Harlem art, HArlem visual art
Tagged arts, City Council, George Hulse, Harlem, Inez Dickens, New York City, Robert Jackson, Rudy Collins, Rudy's World, Ty Jones
On Labor Day, Monday, September 5th, Harlem World Magazine Radio Podcast host Danny Tisdale spoke to award-winning playwright Radha Blank (pictured) and young actor Khadim Diop about the new play “Seed” opening on September 16, 2011at the National Black Theatre in Harlem.
Listen here to this interesting conversation with Danny, Radha and Khadim as they discuss the play taking place in Harlem’s gentrification, the love song to a community and its children, and the A-team behind the play. Continue reading
Join Daniel Tisdale and Yolande Brener (left) as they discuss dance and body wellness with Kierra Foster-Ba, 5Rhythms teacher at Harlem Yoga Studio, and Carmen Victorino (bottom right), owner of Le Femme Suite pole dancing studio.
Ms. Brener follows up on her article “Movement Based Mediation: Shaking Spirit Waves in Harlem“ workshops based her own experience during one of her first person workshop at the Harlem Yoga Studio. Continue reading
The unusual venue in which it is being performed adds a chilling emotional resonance to “Emancipation,” Ty Jones’ new play… Continue reading
Five years ago, Ty Jones was working on his play, “Emancipation,” about the Nat Turner slave rebellion, when he passed through Southampton County, Va., the site of the 1831 uprising that left hundreds dead in its aftermath…. Continue reading