Consider this: Prior to 1967, fewer than a dozen museum exhibitions in the U.S. had featured the work of African American artists. Continue Reading →
Explore the vintage embroidery collection of the Morris-Jumel Mansion as you learn basic hand embroidery stitches from quilt and mixed media artist Laura R. Gadson. Continue Reading →
The Clara Francis Gallery is proud to launch with a solo exhibition of works by Harlem-based artist Haile King Rubie, with selections from his works dating from 2007-2009 and his subsequent “art waves” of 2013-2016, including works on canvas, paper and recycled bottles. Continue Reading →
Groundswell, the Office of Council Member Ritchie Torres, and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) will unveil the first two murals of a series of three at the Saint Nicholas Houses today Thursday, June 23 at 4:00 PM EST, as part of a major one-year initiative entitled “Public Art / Public Housing.” Continue Reading →
Is there an art thief on the loose in East Harlem? Some residents believe there is after a large banner designed to hang along the waterfront disappeared just days after it was installed. Continue Reading →
Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, today announced the launch of inHarlem, a set of new initiatives designed to explore dynamic ways to work in the community and take the institution beyond its walls. Continue Reading →
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