The Studio Museum’s Annual Spring Luncheon Honors The Life And Legacy Of Peggy Cooper Cafritz

On Friday, April 26, The Studio Museum in Harlem welcomed 350 artists, philanthropists, cultural, civic, and business leaders to its annual spring luncheon at Mandarin Oriental, 80 Columbus Circle, NY. Continue Reading →

Collector Donates 400 Artworks To The Studio Museum In Harlem

The Studio Museum in Harlem will receive 400 artworks by a “multigenerational who’s who of artists of African descent,” in a gift made by the late art collector and civil rights activist Peggy Cooper Cafritz, museum officials announced. Continue Reading →

Washington DC: Black Benefactors Honors An Icon, Peggy Cooper Cafritz

The Black Benefactors are saddened by the passing of Peggy Cooper Cafritz, a visionary in the arts, education and philanthropy, and co-founder of the storied Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Continue Reading →


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