With host visual artist, founder, publisher, and host Danny Tisdale.
Join us on this sensational podcast as Rudy and Lil usher in the New Year with a rights-of-passage discussion.
They spill the beans on their inspirations, recount unforgettable experiences navigating Harlem’s streets over the decades, dish about their favorite fab spots to work in Harlem, like Rudy’s all-time favorite photograph, they reveal career-defining moves, and share the secret sauce behind why Harlem stands as one of the world’s greatest communities.
Plus, get insights into the art of writing and photography for anyone keen on capturing the essence of Harlem in their creative endeavors. It’s a conversation you won’t want to miss!”
Harlem’s Lil Nickelson is a Senior Consultant with an MBA degree focused on Finance and Financial Management Services from New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Skilled in sales, management, business development, marketing strategy, and social media, with a history of working in the food and beverages industry. Her column “Dining with Miss Lil” has been featured in Harlem newspapers and with Harlem World Magazine for numerous years. Read her Dining With Miss Lil column.
For more information go to Lil Nickelson.
Harlem photographer of the beautiful brownstones and things Harlem for 20+ years. He has been a photographer with Harlem World Magazine since 2016. Find more of Rudy’s book “Harlem is Art ll” on Blurb and his work on Fine Art America. Read his Rudy’s World column.
For more information go to Rudy Collins.
Watts, CA, born, Harlemite Danny Tisdale the founder and Publisher of the 20th-year Harlem World Magazine, is an award-winning artist, educator, and founder of the National Visual Artists Guild (NVAG). Tisdale was elected to the New York State Committee Member to the 70th Assembly District, worked with President Clinton on the White House Millennium Arts Council, and was a cast member of PBS’s Colonial House. For more information go to Danny Tisdale.
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Photo credit: 1) Lil and Rudy. 2) “Woman with Chicken”, 2018.
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