Naomi Lawrence and Alex Reynoso are rallying creatives to crochet and or knit scarves for those in need from Harlem to the Hudson.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling hosts its next PLAYDATE on Sunday, January 20th from 10 AM – 5 PM, inspired by the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Continue Reading →
For the first time in half a century, starting March 1, 2019, non–New York residents from Harlem to Hollis will be required to pay $25 for daily admission to enter the Metropolitan Museum of Art reports CNTRaveler. Continue Reading →
Artnet reports that three experts with deep knowledge of African art, the Nigerian American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola, the philosopher Souleymane Bachir Diagne, and the art historian Cécile Fromont, sat down for dinner at a Harlem restaurant.
The Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship (ICA), a program of the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI), was founded in 2014 in Harlem. Continue Reading →
The Health Department, in partnership with NYC Parks, today announced the completion of five art projects in public parks in East Harlem, the South Bronx, Eastern Queens, and Central Brooklyn. Continue Reading →
Fresh off his grammy nomination for Best R&B Song for “Come Through and Chill” alongside Miguel and J. Cole, legendary producer Salaam Remi hosted the Do it For the Culture Popup Shop. Continue Reading →
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today released the 2017-18 annual Arts in Schools Report and announced a record $433 million citywide investment in arts education, up from $336 million at the start of this administration in 2013-14. Continue Reading →
Join Heike Jarick, designer and co-organizer of the Harlem Makers Collective Artisan Christmas Sale 2018, as she talks about the Collective Show, her fashion designs, her fave place in Harlem and much more, with award-winning host Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →