By AFineLyne This month, the Artchives Method & Documentation Series at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives in East Harlem is presenting a solo exhibit of the work of renowned sculpture artist, Jorge Luis Rodriguez.Continue reading
The walls at Rush Arts Galleries are expanding beyond New York City and into Philadelphia, PA. The news was delivered during the fourth annual Gold Rush Awards held this past Saturday at Littlefield in Brooklyn, NY. Continue reading
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The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) prepares for its much-anticipated move to an East Harlem Historical Landmark Firehouse with a series of fall programming that captures the spirit of the organization. Continue reading
Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation is proud to announce the 2015 Gold Rush Awards. Taking place on Saturday, October 24th at the venue Littlefield in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, this is the fourth annual night dedicated to celebrating cutting-edge art, music, fashion and culture. Continue reading
What do the suburbs teach us about the black experience, family ideals, community, and racial identity? How is the myth of the American Dream complicated by the African American suburban experience?Continue reading
By Souleo Visual artist, David Shrobe wishes that during his childhood in Harlem he had his own local children’s museum. As a fourth generation Harlemite he is finally seeing that dream manifested with the opening of Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling.Continue reading
By Eartha Watts-Hicks Writers stay encouraged, having the courage to share "this" gift...can take you to amazing places. The gifted and multi-talented artist, Harlem's Nicole Goodwin, is being featured this week at a presentation at the United Nations (Yes, during the General Assembly), performing before, with, and amongst royalty and heads of state.Continue reading
Archibald Motley was one of the most important figures associated with the Harlem Renaissance and is best known as both a master colorist and a radical interpreter of urban culture. Continue reading
The Countee Cullen Branch, The New York Public Library located on 104 West 136 St hosted the works of NCA members and guest artist presenters to explore and display the themes of “Memories & Reflections”.Continue reading
On Tuesday, October 6, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine will open to the public, The Value of Food: Sustaining a Green Planet, a multimedia art exhibition and Cathedral-wide initiative addressing the issues of food security, hunger, access to healthy food, local and urban farming, factory farming, diet, and the cultural and spiritual meanings of food.Continue reading