The Apollo Theater announced today that it is undertaking the initial phase of the iconic Theater’s transformation into the Apollo Performing Arts Center through two new theaters within the Victoria Theater Redevelopment Project at 233 West 125th Street. Continue Reading →
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) is thrilled to announce its partnership with the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation (UMEZ) and the launch of UMEZ Arts Engagement. Continue Reading →
On a sunny April afternoon, 125th Street is a study in contrasts. Starting on the East Side near the Triborough Bridge, aging industrial buildings and a shuttered Pathmark give way to a bustling shopping district. Continue Reading →
Harlem Arts Alliance kicks off the month of March with an impressive lineup of announcements and cultural updates from the Apollo Theater, Harlem Arts Festival, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), Carnegie Hall, Walker International Communications, Walk Tall Girl Productions and more! Continue Reading →
It’s about time that Lupita Nyong’o had her own day in Harlem! On Tuesday, New York Congressman Charles Rangel and Harlem Arts Alliance Chairman Voza Rivers named Oct. 20 Lupita Nyong’o Day in Harlem, N.Y. Continue Reading →
Harlem Arts Advocacy Week is key to the mission of Harlem Arts Alliance. With the leadership of Executive Director, Linda Walton, Harlem-based HAA strives to unify artists and arts organizations, large and small, and to link the arts with other sectors within the community.
The Schomburg Center’s annual Fall Open House is an opportunity for our audiences and patrons to access and engage with our collections, exhibitions, and programmatic offerings in an evening filled with conversations, performances, films and art. Continue Reading →
Dance/NYC, dedicated to promoting the knowledge, appreciation, practice, and performance of dance in the metropolitan area, today announced the release of its new NEW YORKERS FOR DANCE campaign spotlighting local residents, community leaders, and artists in Harlem and Upper Manhattan. Continue Reading →