The goal of the founder of the Harlem Artists Guild was to encourage young talent, providing a forum for the discussion of the visual arts in the community.
The Harlem Artists Guild, 1935–41, was a Harlem organization founded by artists in Harlem, New York.
By Harlem World Magazine In the heart of the vibrant 1930s, a constellation of brilliant minds sparked an artistic movement that transcended paint on canvas.
Even prior to her involvement with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, curator Denise Murrell had been envisioning an exhibition that would honor the Harlem Renaissance.
By HWM In the tapestry of Harlem’s rich history, a vibrant thread emerges in the form of the Harlem Community Art Center, a haven of creativity born in November 1938.
Harlem will host its first large-scale sculpture exhibition in Spring, 2024.
A dynamic librarian who established a research library.
Jane’s Walk has returned to New York with in-person experiences.
Jeffrey B. Perry December 17, 2021, marks the 94th anniversary of the appendicitis-related death in Bellevue Hospital of St. Croix-born, Harlem-based Hubert Harrison (1883-1927).
As the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture continues to expand its services, they encourage you to drop by for a visit to make use of their collections, view their exhibitions, and explore the Schomburg Shop.
Swann Galleries’ fall offering of African American Art comes across the block on Thursday, December 10, 2020.
By Jeffrey B. Perry The forthcoming, December 2020, Columbia University Press publication of “Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927,” follows “Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918.”
First Run Features is proud to present the release of Myth of a Colorblind France on Virtual Cinema, opening nationwide on September 25, 2020.
Organizers today announced the second phase of the Harlem Renaissance 100.
Swann Galleries’ sale of African-American Fine Art on Thursday, April 4 includes works spanning multiple centuries and genres.