On the evening of Monday, March 3rd, 2014 the Harlem Arts Alliance (“HAA”), the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce (“GHCC”) and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture hosted “Twelve Women of Distinction” Twelve Women of Distinction program to kick off Women’s History Month. Continue Reading →
Can art serve as a catalyst for revitalizing neighborhoods?
It’s a question being explored by two unique art projects: “Back in the Bronx,” a new campaign launched by the Bronx Museum of the Arts and Out to See, an art and music event focused on bringing attention to the South Street Seaport area post-Hurricane Sandy. Continue Reading →
Community Works announces the opening of Spirit of Community: Women and Their Art, the newest visual arts component of Community Matters NYC. Continue Reading →
In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano is pleased to present Through Women’s Eyes, an art exhibition featuring the work of New York-based artists Antonia Guerrero (Mexico,) Shifi Rathaus (Israel) and Nina Talbot (US.).
The National Conference of Artists New York kicked off it’s annual 3 day conference at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with NCA 1st Vice President Whilemina Grantr. Continue Reading →
With the postmark deadline for this year’s WOODSTOCK A-I-R program at Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) nearly upon us (like this week on Friday, February 28, 2014), we wanted to send a quick post to our visual artists readers regarding the program. Continue Reading →
Join the National Conference of Artists New York (NCA) in celebration of the NCA 55th Anniversary, at their Our Art – Our Legacy Conference in New York. The event kicks off on February 18 and runs thru the 23rd with events throughout the NYC area. Check out this year’s events that are free and open to the public Continue Reading →
The newest art piece to commemorate Harlem’s vibrant and cultural community can be found inside EmblemHealth Neighborhood Care, located at 215 West 125th Street. Continue Reading →