Uptown’s Morris-Jumel Mansion Announces Hiring Of New Executive Director

The Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum (MJM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Shiloh Holley as the organization’s new Executive Director. Continue Reading →

Why All Major Museums Should Be Free From Harlem To Hollywood

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 →

Hip Hop Hall Of Fame Museum & Hotel In Harlem Seeks It’s Final $15 Million In Funding

Bluebox Entertainment is proud to announce that the Official Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum & Hotel has finally signed a term sheet to acquire its Harlem building and development site on 125th St for its long awaited Uptown Manhattan project. Continue Reading →

Museum Visits Top Half A Million From Harlem To Hollywood

Museums for All, an initiative of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), administered by the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM), has facilitated more than 514,000 museum visits for low-income community members since its inception in 2014. Continue Reading →

Congressman Adriano Espaillat Joins Others To Introduce African Burial Ground Museum

Congressman Adriano Espaillat joined members of the New York Delegation to re-introduce the African Burial Ground International Memorial Museum and Education Center Act: Continue Reading →

Celebrate Love With A Vacation Camp At Sugar Hill Children’s Museum In Harlem

The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling offers day-long camp experiences during School Recesses.  Continue Reading →

“Saving Martin Luther King Jr.’s Life in Harlem” MLK Weekend At The Museum

The Museum of the City of New York will celebrate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with performances by The New York City Gospel Choir, a family program dedicated to the activist legacy left behind by several civil rights heroes including the great man himself, and a display called Saving Martin Luther King Jr.’s Life in Harlem. Continue Reading →

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