Dr. Rahsaan Harris talks about small business, inspirations, and more with host and founder Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Podcast.
The Board of Directors of the 57-year-old Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) today announced that Eric G. Pryor, the organization’s President since 2015.
In response to the city’s new reality of social distancing, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) on Monday, March 30, 2020, launched HSA@HOME.
A Statement from the Emma Bowen Foundation: It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that we announce that after five years of service, Dr. Rahsaan Harris has resigned from his position as president and CEO of the Emma Bowen Foundation, effective February 28, 2020.
The Harlem School of the Arts’ (HSA) dance director, Aubrey Lynch, today announced that the world-famous Radio City Rockettes will help to prepare the young precision dance ensemble, The Harlemettes.
By Udo Salters The 2018 Harlem School of the Arts Masquerade Ball was held at The Plaza Hotel New York in October 2018.
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem together with the Harlem School of the Arts are proud to present a pair of events celebrating a great American artist – drummer and bandleader Roy Haynes.
The HSA Masquerade Ball and After Party has become one of the hottest tickets in town, and one of the most anticipated events of the Fall season.
Today the Human Services Advancement Strategy Group: We created the Human Services Advancement Strategy Group (HSASG) consisting of nine membership organizations representing 2,000 human services provider organizations across the City to secure the programmatic, financial, and operational resources.
Harlem School of the Arts in partnership with The Romare Bearden Foundation presents the fourth installment of the Romare Bearden Cinque Artist Series.
The Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) Theatre Alliance presents a joyous celebration of the season that is sure to have you dancing and singing in the isles.
Celebrated choreographer Twyla Tharp speaks about her life’s work as a dance icon.
Join Harlem School of the Arts for a special Artist Talk with exhibiting artists of the current “Shelter” exhibition. One of the basic needs, with food and love, SHELTER, is a major concern for all living beings, especially when it comes to refugees, immigrants, those struggling to pay the rent, and victims of domestic violence.
The Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) will present Artist Isis Kenney’s The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, a powerful digital art exhibition that combines Hip Hop culture, fine art, current events and politics to address controversial societal issues.
Visual art, underground dance culture and fashion are masterfully fused in Harlem School of the Arts Teaching Artist Julia Kito Kirtley’s live performance art exhibition, “I Hear Music In The Streets.”