Today, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the reappointments.
Sidney L. Poitier, February 20, 1927 – January 6, 2022, was a Bahamian-American actor, film director, activist, and ambassador with a deep history in Harlem.
George Denis Patrick Carlin, May 12, 1937 – June 22, 2008, was a Harlem comedian, actor, author, and social critic.
Golden Globe-winning actor, playwright, and activist Regina Taylor is partnering with Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Meadows School of the Arts.
There is plenty that is great about Harlem, but it can take a special person to portray it just perfectly.
The $9.5 million dollar renovation of the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA), underwritten by legendary musician/philanthropist Herb Alpert and the Herb Alpert Foundation, has been completed.
For more than a half-century, the Harlem School of the Arts has built a reputation as one of the most respected, multidisciplinary cultural institutions in New York City.
Nearly 50 years after Harlem’s Ed Sullivan, wrapped his show, The Ed Sullivan Show’s final episode and charmed TV viewers for the final time on Sunday night June 6, 1971.
Construction is set to begin in August on a major renovation project for the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) at the Herb Alpert Center in New York.
Lonne Elder III, December 26, 1927 – June 11, 1996, was an American actor, playwright and screenwriter, and Harlem Writers Guild member.
While Eddie Murphy’s 1989 directorial debut Harlem Nights may not have been the hit that he was hoping for, the crime comedy did receive acclaim for its visual appeal.
By Udo Salters The 2018 Harlem School of the Arts Masquerade Ball was held at The Plaza Hotel New York in October 2018.
By Lil Nickelson The “legal weed” or cannabis industry is growing so fast that it has been called the “Green Rush” of the 21st century as the California “Gold Rush” was in the mid-1800s.
[easyazon_link identifier=”B00U3FPN4U” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Apple TV[/easyazon_link] continues to expand their video-on-demand game with with Brown Sugar. Their latest venture, which launches today, is a new subscription service that features the biggest collection of iconic African-American films of all time.
Even the balmy 96-degree weather cooperated, setting the perfect mood for the Harlem School of the Arts’ (HSA) recent Caribbean heritage celebration.