The Studio Museum in Harlem today revealed its new graphic identity, custom typeface, and website, heralding the impending opening of the storied institution’s new home on New York’s West 125th Street.
The Gish Prize Trust today announced that Thelma Golden, who as Director and Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem.
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the 2023–24 participants in its world-renowned Artist-in-Residence program.
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the online photography exhibition Between matter and memory: Expanding the Walls 2023.
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the online photography exhibition Capturing the Echo: Expanding the Walls 2022.
In advance of the reopening of the new David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) has collaborated with The Studio Museum in Harlem and Public Art Fund.
American Express today announced artistic collaborations with world-renowned artists Julie Mehretu and Kehinde Wiley to reimagine and create new designs of the iconic Consumer Platinum Card.
The Studio Museum in Harlem, today joined with civic leaders, trustees, artists, friends, patrons, and members of its vibrant community for Creating Space.
Bank of America has launched a new video that spotlights The Studio Museum in Harlem.
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the 2020–21 participants in its renowned Artist-in-Residence program.
New York City’s long-shuttered museums and indoor cultural institutions can reopen starting August 24, 2020, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
By Stephanie Woods The Studio Museum in Harlem and AFA -American Federation of Arts, have begun a national tour.
The Studio Museum in Harlem, which is currently without a permanent location during the construction of its new 125th Street building, is teaming up with the Park Avenue Armory to hold a one-day art symposium on the Upper East Side.
The Studio Museum in Harlem’s new initiative, “Find Art Here,” is displaying reproductions of works from its collection throughout Harlem’s public schools, libraries, and service centers, reports Artnews.
The Studio Museum in Harlem will receive 400 artworks by a “multigenerational who’s who of artists of African descent,” in a gift made by the late art collector and civil rights activist Peggy Cooper Cafritz, museum officials announced.