For its 50th season, The Negro Ensemble Company, Inc. (NEC) has been presenting a retrospective of some of the troupe’s signature works.
Join the Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee Festival that starts with Black Girl. Black Girl is an American family drama Based on a stage-play written by J. e Franklin.
by Eartha Watts-Hicks When Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group brought Love Warrior to Harlem’s First Corinthian Baptist Church, located at 1912 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard.
A variety of rare and collectible Black dolls will be available at The Morrisania Doll Society’s Black Doll Auction in Harlem.
The Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series — the first Academy Qualifying Film Festival devoted to women filmmakers — will present an exciting lineup of films dedicated to self-care, wellness and healing.
By Lil Nickelson Monique Caines-Talley is Harlem born and raised and she’s a woman who always dreamed about owning her own business someday.
By Marc W. Polite On Saturday, April 20th, 2019, the Harlem community gathered to recognize the legacy of Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
In keeping with The Dwyer Cultural Center’s (DCC) distinction of showcasing Harlem’s history, on Saturday, April 20th, 2019, DCC will host a ceremonial unveiling of Ruby Dee Place and Ossie Davis Way (the northeast corner of 123rd and Saint Nicholas Avenue).
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Power of You Teens (POYT) will honor Miss New York USA 2018, Genesis Suero.
Law.com reports that the New York State Diversity Coalition held its annual Networking and CLE Event on November 16, 2017, at the Dwyer Cultural Center in Harlem.
Marjorie Moon, Executive Director Emeritus of Brooklyn’s esteemed Billie Holiday Theatre, has joined the team of Woodie King, Jr.‘s and Harlem fave New Federal Theatre, www.newfederaltheatre.com, as Administrative Consultant.
The historic Theatre Training Workshops of Woodie King, Jr.’s New Federal Theatre will move uptown next month to Dwyer Cultural Center at 258 St. Nicholas Ave. (at 123rd Street).
The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s popular free cold reading series is designed to promote the work of emerging playwrights whose works are persistently underrepresented on American stages.
“It is imperative that we continue to destroy and dissect these myths out here…that we do not continue to perpetuate this myth that there’s a disconnection,” explained Ademola Olugebefola, Visual Artist, cofounder WEUSI Artists Gallery and Academy, Dwyer Cultural Center & NYNCA, the “The Art of Justice: Articulating an Ethos and Aesthetic of the Movement.
Join CCCADI for our 2015 showcase “Dear Diaspora”, a culminating celebration of the achievements of our brilliant students and teaching artists in our Prek-12 arts-in-ed program, T.L.C.: Touching Living Culture.