Tourists With Riverside Drivers, Harlem, 1908

west harlemTourists in an electric charabanc or “automobile bus” with the Riverside Drivers, on Riverside Drive, West Harlem, NY, 1908. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Claude Jay Performs In ‘Black Stars of the Great White Way’ At Carnegie Hall

Carnegie_Hall_Black_Stars_Great_White_Way_6-23-14__#1Harlem World Magazine Arts and Culture writer Claude Jay will perform at the Carnegie Hall celebration of the ‘Black Stars of the Great White Way’ at 8 pm, on June 3=23rd, 2014. Continue Reading →

CNN’S Don Lemon Hosts H In Harlem

h in harlem art installationHarlem, and West Harlem in particular, has a rich cultural history and has had a tremendous impact on the arts in all of New York City. Continue Reading →

West Harlem Art Fund Selected To WNYC’s Salute The ARts Initiative

west harlem art fund logoCongratualtions, to the West Harlem Art Fund for being selected to the WNYC’s Salute The ARts Initiative program for 2014. Continue Reading →

Artist Vicki DaSilva Repurposes West Harlem (video)

VickiDaSilva_Repurpose_2014_smLast Saturday night,  the West Harlem Art Fund collaborated with artist Vicki DaSilva who won Art Takes Times Square (2012) to create a beautiful light graffiti underneath the 12 Avenue (Riverside Drive) viaduct in West Harlem. Continue Reading →