The Harlem School of the Arts’ Professional Reading Series will be exploring four significant andunder-produced works by American masters.
Shaft is making a comeback. Can ya dig it? The iconic character created by Ernest Tidyman will be resurrected through a new deal announced by Dynamite Entertainment. Continue Reading →
House of Art Gallery, a Bedford-Stuyvesant contemporary pioneer that has carved a niche as a promoter of urban culture joins the debate with an exciting multi-media exhibit and program of lectures, installations and discussions with complimentary sounds and music. Continue Reading →
If the numbers truly don’t lie then America is in the midst of radical demographic changes. The U. S. Census Bureau predicts a nation primarily of multiple hues with a majority non-white population by 2043, if not sooner. Continue Reading →
The Harlem Arts Alliance would like to invite you to join us for HARLEM Arts Advocacy Week (HAAW) scheduled for Wednesday, October 1 through Monday October 6. Continue Reading →
Toys, books, stuff, shoes, and lots of clothes – children, men and women. If you are a woman’s size 4, 6 or 8, stop by to select a new wardrobe of designers’ clothes!
Check out the ‘I Found God In Myself’, The 40th Anniversary Of Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls…” at the Schomburg Center Latimer/Edison Gallery, in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →
The Harlem Arts Alliance’s eighth annual “HARLEM Arts Advocacy Week” will kick off on Wednesday, October 1 and will culminate with a special joint meeting with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce at the Schomburg Center on Monday October 6th at 6:30pm. Continue Reading →
The Sugar Hill Apartments hosts “If You Build It”, an exquisite art show curated by Omo Misha, presented by No Longer Empty. Continue Reading →
On Monday, July 28th, Albert Maysles will be in Washington D.C. to receive the National Medal of Arts from President Obama. Continue Reading →