West Harlem Art Fund And NY Classical Theatre Bring A Greek Tragedy To Governors Island

On June 27th, 2021, in the historic district of Nolan Park, NY Classical Theatre will offer a no-cost reading to the public at Building 10B with support from the West Harlem Art Fund in Harlem. Continue Reading →

BP Brewer Women’s History Month Celebration With Harlem’s Savona Bailey-McClain And More

On Monday, March 29, 2021, at 1 PM at the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument at Central Park’s Literary Walk at 68th Street in Manhattan. Continue Reading →

West Harlem Art Fund Announces New Satellite Location And Exhibitions On Governors Island

The West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF) will continue their exploration of migration and the various people that settled in the Americas with a two-part exhibition in a new venue on Governors Island in Nolan Park – Building 10B (NP/10). Continue Reading →

Take The Baylander Tour And More At West Harlem Peirs (Update)

the baylander in harlemThe West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF) in partnership with the Baylander and the art collective Friskin’ The Whiskers, this Saturday there will be free boat tours starting at noon and then at 3 pm, visitors can see a series of art film curated with jazz music at West Harlem Piers. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Dreaming Of Kin Explores The Lack Family Narrative

Outlaw Clothesline by Yasmin Hernandez (1)By Souleo

Leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X occupy a permanent space within the black historical narrative. Continue Reading →

FUSION NY At Armory Week 2016 In Harlem NY

west harlem artsThe West Harlem Art Fund in partnership with Iconic Linx is presenting FUSION NY in Harlem. FUSION NY is a thematic event series comprised of art exhibitions, panels, a jazz concert, and tours during Armory Week 2016. Continue Reading →


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