Artform reports that the Elizabeth Dee Gallery has announced that it is being pushed out of its Harlem location. The owner of the 2033/2037 Fifth Avenue space, which was the original home of the Studio Museum when it opened in 1968, has decided to demo the historic site.
Patch reports that the Studio Museum in Harlem has filed permits with the city Department of Buildings to move forward with the construction of its new six-story facility on West 125th Street between Lenox and Seventh avenues, according to public records.
Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, and Raymond J. McGuire, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, today announced that the historic groundbreaking for the Museum’s new building, designed by Adjaye Associates in collaboration with Cooper Robertson, will take place during the 50th anniversary year of 2018.
Today, The Studio Museum in Harlem announced the appointment of Connie H. Choi to the position of Associate Curator, Permanent Collection.
Join us in the Museum Store for a Trunk Show featuring unique and original posters, books and memorabilia from the collection of Harlem historian, preservationist and Columbia University Community Scholar John T. Reddick.
Rashaad Newsome’s solo exhibition “This Is What I Want To See” opened at the Studio Museum in Harlem on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.
Join the Studio Museum in Harlem in the Atrium for a book signing and discussion with Andrea Pippins, artist and author of I Love My Hair.
The Studio Museum in Harlem’s curator, Naima Keith, will be leaving her job to begin a new role as deputy director for exhibitions and programs at the California African American Museum in LA’s Exposition Park, reports the Los Angeles Times’ Carolina A. Miranda.
Angelica Calderon, a junior at St. Jean Baptiste High School on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, will have an opportunity of a lifetime.
Only individuals authorized to work for the Museum in the United States will be accepted into the Studio Museum In Harlem internship program.
Together with Columbia University School of the Arts and PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature, the Studio Museum in Harlem is thrilled to host an uptown, pop-up installment of POEMobile a hand-painted truck that projects poems onto buildings and underscores them with music and live performances.
In 1942, cultural anthropologist and novelist Zora Neale Hurston listed the term “draped down” as one of several terms meaning “well-dressed” in a glossary of Harlem Renaissance -era slang.
When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South queries the category of “outsider” art in relation to contemporary art and black life.
As part its emergency grantmaking in the face of the global COVID-19 crisis, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation announced today the launch of a new Art Museum Futures Fund.
Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat announces a new grant award to The Studio Museum of Harlem in support of its Harlem Permanent Collection Inventory Project: