The Studio Museum Announces Spring 2015 Happenings

doyle at the studio museumThis spring, The Studio Museum in Harlem will present six exciting exhibitions and projects that highlight the breadth and depth of art by artists of African descent. Continue Reading →

Harlem School For The Arts Accepting Students Now

hsa gala event 2014Yvette L. Campbell (third from the right), President and CEO of the Harlem School of the Arts at the Herb Alpert Center (HSA) announced earlier this month a full program of classes for children and young adults interested in exploring the world of music, dance, theatre, and the visual arts. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series At MOMA

the-great-migrationjacob lawenceThe Museum of Modern Art marks the centennial of the beginning of the Great Migration, the multi-decade mass movement of African Americans from the rural South to the urban North, with the exhibition One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North from April 3 through September 7, 2015. Continue Reading →

Tribute to the Disappeared, Project Launch and Community Workshop

Tribute to the Disappeared_Sue Coe_43On Wednesday December 17th La Casa Azul Bookstore, in New York City, will host the official launch of the TRIBUTO A LOS DESAPARECIDOS / TRIBUTE TO THE DISAPPEARED memorial quilt project, with an exhibition of prints of paintings, drawings, photographs and collage from Australia, New Zealand, Russia, the Netherlands, the U.S., Mexico and Japan. Continue Reading →

50K Harlem’s Norman Rockwell Photos Available Online

rfk-rockwellReference photo for Norman Rockwell’s portrait of Robert F. Kennedy, c. 1968. Courtesy of the Norman Rockwell Museum Collections.

Whatever you think of Harlem born Norman Rockwell’s paintings and illustrations, you can’t deny them the status of enduring Americana. Continue Reading →

New York City: Algonquin At the Core In Harlem

NativeAmericanMonthPresentationIn honor of Native American History Month, please join Nitchen Inc. and the LeRoy Neiman Art Center for a multimedia presentation, New York City: Algonquin at the Core, presented by Nadema Agard, Native American Scholar, Curator and Exhibiting Artist on Thursday, November 13th @ 5:30 pm.  Continue Reading →

The CITYarts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony In Harlem

image003In collaboration with Strycker’s Bay Neighborhood Council and The DOME Project, CITYarts ran a series of arts workshops over the summer for youth at the WSNC and DOME exploring themes of community identity and participants’ aspirations and dreams. Continue Reading →