The West Harlem Art Fund is expanding their seasonal residency on Governors Island through Winter 2024.
Harlem’s WE ACT for Environmental Justice, in an inspiring collaboration with community leaders, local businesses, community-based organizations, and block associations.
Arts for Art proudly announces a new partnership with the West Harlem Art Fund to present In Gardens at Governors Island.
Summer on the Hudson and West Harlem Art Fund present “Horses full of Steam” by director and choreographer Hilary Brown-Istrefi | HB² PROJECTS, at West Harlem Piers Park.
In the 21st century, slavery continues to be the scourge it has been for the past 4,000 years, modern abolitionists say.
Country life in Harlem, bright sunny morning on Eighth Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard at 146th and 147th Streets in Harlem, NY on April 12, 1896.
“Space Uptown” is back for this season!
West Harlem Art Fund and Artist Molly Must are proud to announce the exhibition of Polly’s Cradle, an interactive installation centering an adult-sized cradle and oversized mobile with original soundscape by Kyp Malone.
Since the start of the pandemic, only during the summer months, the West Harlem Art Fund hosts a residency with artists from NYC and around the country on Governors Island.
Ariel Property Advisors has exclusively listed properties at 369 West 126th Street, 532 West 152nd Street and 417 West 126th Street in West Harlem, NY.
The Janus Property Company has closed a lease with the West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) at the Sweets Building, 423 West 127th Street, in Harlem.
The West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) is pleased to announce the 2021 Community Benefits Grants cycle (2021 CBG).
On June 27th, 2021, in the historic district of Nolan Park, NY Classical Theatre will offer a no-cost reading to the public at Building 10B with support from the West Harlem Art Fund in Harlem.
John A. Catsimatidis, born September 7, 1948, is an American billionaire businessman and radio talk show host raised and ran for political office in Harlem, NY.
The structure was erected in 1896 as St. Luke’s Hospital and was designed by Ernest Flagg.