Destination Harlem

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The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society.


Hands On: A New Look at Graph Paper

Jul 20, 2014 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

In this art workshop inspired by Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989, experiment with drawing lines, shapes and images on graph paper with various art-making tools to see how you might transform a grid into a work of art.

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Hands On: Art-making with Abigail DeVille

July 27, 2014 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Take a look at artist-in-residence Abigail DeVille’s sculptural works made from everyday objects on view in Material Histories: Artists in Residence 2013-14. How might you transform everyday items into a work of art? Don’t miss this special opportunity to join DeVille in an art-making workshop where participants will create sculptures out of found materials. – See more at:

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Gallery Tour : Material Histories: Artists in Residence 2013–14

Aug 31, 2014 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Enjoy an interactive and informative tour of Material Histories: Artists in Residence 2013-14, led by a knowledgeable museum educator. Material Histories is the most recent in a series of exhibitions featuring work of Kevin Beasley (b. 1985), Bethany Collins (b. 1984) and Abigail DeVille (b. 1981), three emerging artists who have been awarded eleven-month residencies at the Studio Museum. This exhibition maintains the Museum’s commitment to highlighting new artistic talent and voices, and features artwork created by the 2013 -14 artists in residence since they began their residence in October 2013.

The tour will have something for everyone: adults, families and kids of all ages are welcome!

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Smithsonian Institution Affiliation Programs

Founded in 1997 by Leonard Garment, counsel to two U.S. Presidents and accomplished jazz saxophonist and with  the help of a $1M Congressional Appropriation. The mission of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem continues. Created to  preserve, promote, and present jazz by inspiring knowledge, appreciation and celebration of jazz locally, nationally, and internationally. The National Jazz Museum in Harlem is committed to keeping jazz relevant and exciting in the lives of a diverse range of audiences: young and old, novice and scholar, artist and patron, enthusiast and curious listener. Through live performances, exhibitions, educational workshops, and news-worthy archival collection of jazz artifacts the museum is a and staple to the Harlem Community.

Address: 104 E 126th St, New York, NY 10035

Phone:(212) 348-8300


Lady Day On Broadway

About the Show

Six-time Tony Award® winner AUDRA MCDONALD returns to Broadway in the role she was born to play: Billie Holiday.

You’re invited to spend an evening filled with personal tales of difficult choices, bad breaks, worse men and some of the most glorious songs ever written, including “God Bless the Child,” “What a Little Moonlight Can Do,” “Strange Fruit,” and “Taint Nobody’s Biz-ness.” It’s an intimate evening, up close with a legend. So pull up a chair  because she’s got a life to sing.

By Phone

Call Telecharge

212-239-6200 or 1-800-432-7250

In Person

Visit the Box Office

W. 50th St between Broadway & 8th Ave

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