LeRoy Neiman Art Center Presents Autumn de Forest: Selected Works

The Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center, located at 2785 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, welcomes the multi-talented 15 year old artist, Autumn de Forest, to Harlem with an incredible exhibition entitled, Autumn de Forest: Selected Works, which opened on December 2, 2016 and runs through January 31, 2017. Continue Reading →

“The Art of Style” A Conversation And Book Signing With Lesley D. Ware In Harlem

-Lesley D WareAre you SEW ready to get your budding fashionistas on?  Do you have a young person in your life that would like to explore the world of SEWing and fashion? Continue Reading →

The LeRoy Neiman Art Center Honors Rangel And Others In Harlem

leroy nieman gallery in Harlem1The folks at the LeRoy Neiman Art Center celebrated their 4th Annual Spring Fundraiser, ART SPLASH 2016,  A Legacy of Leadership on June 2, 2016, honoring Congressman Charles B. Rangel, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, Doe Fund President George T. McDonald and Theatre Director/Playwright Seret Scott. Continue Reading →

The Rhythmic Art of Thread At LeRoy Neiman Art Center

Michael Cummings - Carnival Time in New Orleans-1The LeRoy Neiman Art Center and Harlem Needle Arts are pleased to present The Rhythmic Art of Thread: Exploring the World of the Fiber Constructionist. Continue Reading →

Book Signing For “The Athlete Negro,” In Harlem

The Athlete Negro the Awakening

Join the LeRoy Neiman Art Center on Monday, August 10, 2015, 6-9 pm to meet former New York Knicks and NBA Champion, Dr. Dick Barnett, as he presents and signs his inspirational book: THE ATHLETE NEGRO; THE AWAKENINGwhich takes a critical look at the world of Black professional athletes. Continue Reading →

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