Soulful Strut Steppin Down Seventh Avenue In Three Quarter Harlem Time

November 8, 2021

Spirit in Sunset Productions in association with the Jewish Community Center cordially invites the public to attend a photography exhibition celebrating the African American Day Parade, one of Harlem’s long-running and long-standing cultural institutions. “Soulful Strut: Steppin’ Down Seventh Avenue in Three Quarter Harlem Time,” is a selection of photographs taken by award-winning Harlem-based artist and writer Nikki Williams.

The exhibit will be on display from Wednesday, October 11, 2021, until November 12, 2021. On November 11, 2021, from 6:00 -8:00 p.m., an Artist Talk with the photographer will take place. The public is invited to engage in a creative conversation and share remembrances of Harlem’s art and cultural history past and present. A video containing additional photographs of the Parade spanning from 2006 to 2019 will also be available for viewing.

Please contact JCC Harlem for exhibit viewing information at (212) 865-1215 or via email at The public can also contact Spirit in Sunset Productions at (212) 368-3571. JCC Harlem is located at 318 West 118th Street between Manhattan Avenue and Frederick Douglass Blvd in Harlem. Space is limited, viewing of the exhibit is by appointment only.

This event is made possible with funding from a grant from the New York City Artist Corps funded by the Mayor’s Office and the Department of Cultural Affairs. “Soulful Strut: Stepppin’ Down Seventh Avenue in Three Quarter Harlem Time,” was made possible by a grant from City Artist Corps, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA), with support from the Mayor’s Office of Media Support and Entertainment, funding for which the artist Nikki Williams proudly received.

COVID-19 SAFETY INFORMATION: All individuals over the age of twelve will be required to show proof of full vaccination. Please call or see visit our website for more information on Covid Guidelines. Masks must be worn in order to enter the premises. Please visit JCC Harlem’s website for up-to-date information on Covid 19 regulations.

JCC Harlem can be reached by public transportation by taking the B, C, 2 or 3 trains to 116th Street.

Photograph credit: “Midnight Rescue” by Nikki Williams copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved.

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