Harlem is..HEALING Is Expanding Honorees And Adding Digital Programs To The List

The response has been extremely strong to a new digital campaign by Community Works and New Heritage Theatre Group to celebrate local Harlem heroes.

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A Mayan Tapestry, Traditional And Contemporary Paintings From Guatemala In Harlem

The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano is pleased to present “A Mayan Tapestry – Traditional and Contemporary paintings from Guatemala,” an exhibition of paintings. Continue Reading →

You Are Invited To A Special Tribute Lorratta Abbott In Harlem

lorrette abbott event in harlem1Community Works and Clark Center NYC in partnership with MIST Harlem, Harlem Arts Festival and the Harlem Arts Alliance present: A Tribute To Loretta Abbott. Continue Reading →

Live Art And Music Experience With Marjorie Eliot And Andrea Arroyo At Morris Jumel Mansion

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A unique Live Art and Music Experience, featuring the musical talents of jazz legend Ms. Marjorie Eliot, and live painting by award-winning visual artist Andrea Arroyo.These two artists have been engaged in a creative collaboration for over three years. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Andrea Arroyo Visits Touro Graduate School

Harlems Andrea Arroyo Visits Touro Graduate SchoolTouro Graduate School of Social Work recently hosted award-winning visual artist Andrea Arroyo at the school’s “Arts Intervention in Social Work Practice” class.  Continue Reading →

Live Art And Jazz with Marjorie Eliot and Andrea Arroyo In Harlem

Arroyo-Eliot -A Rose in Harlem- 1 Photo by Felipe GalindoThe Rio III Gallery at Sugar Hill is pleased to present a special a Live Art and Music Experience, featuring the musical talents of jazz legend Ms. Marjorie Eliot, and the inspired paintings of award-winning visual artist Andrea Arroyo. Continue Reading →


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