This Wednesday, April 19th Art In FLUX is launching Art Night in Harlem featuring multiple art events during the evening at various spots along Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 121st and 124th Streets.
The night will wrap up with an After party at the happening restaurant and bar Angel of Harlem.
That’s right, Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Harlem EatUp! will be back for its third year at Morningside Park and at several special culinary events and Dinners from May 17th to the 21st. Always a fun affair, Harlem Eatup events feature chefs from Harlem and beyond, with a focus on the spirit of Harlem during four days of food, culture, music and art.
Citi Cards users have already been invited to take advantage of early-bird Harlem Eatup deals, but now everyone can purchase tickets priced from $25-$250 depending on the event, and there are quite a few of them. Fortunately, Harlem Eatup at Morningside Park is also open for all to come and enjoy some FREE events at the Marketplace area on the weekend of May 20-21, where there will be Live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, family friendly Kids’ Zone, as well as food and beverages from some of Harlem’s finest, sold à la carte. Proceeds from the event go to nonprofits City Meals on Wheels and Harlem Park to Park.
The 2nd Installment of Harlem Fashion Week will be held this February 10-12, 2017 at the historic Museum of the City of New York on 5th avenue at 103rd street across from Central Park.
Harlem Fashion Week is an explosion of culture that will bridges the Downtown fashion hub to the Uptown vibe for a rich community experience. Our continuous goal is to produce an event that will showcase the fashion industry, provide business education for emerging designers, grow Harlem businesses, create a cultural platform and just have fun! GET TICKETS
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AFROPUNK is coming to Harlem to celebrate Black History Month with nine events in five days uptown from February 21st through the 25th. Afropunk The Takeover – Harlem, co-Produced by Harlem Stage will feature events at The Apollo Theater, the National Black Theatre, The Shrine, Gin Fizz, the Studio Museum, Ginny’s at Red Rooster, and Maysles Cinema in Harlem.
In association with Harlem Stage, The Apollo Theater and a host of legendary Harlem venues, AFROPUNK commemorates Black History Month by celebrating African-American culture and engaging with contemporary thought and issues, in the New York neighborhood that’s been central to the black American experience for well over a century. AFROPUNK The Takeover – Harlem will present a week-long series of events featuring live musical performances, film screenings, comedy shows, jam sessions and frank discussions on identity, art and protest.
The Harlem Fine Arts Show is coming back to Riverside Church Thursday, February 16th through the 19th with a special salute to African-Americans in Medicine. Tickets are available now priced from $25-$50.
2017 HARLEM FINE ARTS SHOW NEW YORK
At THE HISTORIC RIVERSIDE CHURCH
91 Claremont Avenue between 120th & 121st
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16TH
EXHIBITION & SALE 6PM -11PM
VIP Champagne Toast: 5:30pm – 6pm
Opening Night: 6pm – 10pm
Hosted by Delta Sigma Theta (BAC) & Riverside Church Foundation
SALUTE to AFRICAN AMERICANS in MEDICINE
(15 Plus Hospitals from the Tristate Area of NY,NJ & CT)
Special Achievement Award to Rev. Calvin O. Butts (Abyssinian B.C.)
Live Music •Passed Hors D’ouerves • Beverages alcoholic/non-alcoholic
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17TH
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT DAY: 9am – 1pm
(Exhibition Open to Schools Only)
EXHIBITION & SALE 4PM -11PM
Exhibition Open for Commercial Sales to Galleries & Museums: 2pm – 4pm
Council of Urban Professionals Celebration (CUPUSA): 6pm – 11pm
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH
EXHIBITION & SALE 10AM -11PM
Art Lecture & Artist Talk: 11am – 1pm
LUNCHEON: 1pm -3pm
EVENT 6pm -11pm
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH
Sale & Exhibition: 12pm -6pm (After Riverside Church Services)
GOSPEL BRUNCH 12Noon – 4:00pm
SALUTE to AFRICAN AMERICAN NURSES
(Special Celebration for Lincoln Hospital/ Harlem Hospital School of Nursing, founded 1923)
EXHIBITION & SALE CLOSES: 6PM
Join Chef Marcus Samuelsson for a talk about “The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem”
On Tuesday January 10th, you’ll have the opportunity to join Chef Marcus Samuelsson as he discusses his latest book, The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem.
Set to take place at HEAF in Harlem – 2090 7th Avenue, guests will also be able to taste food from the cookbook and get a signed copy of the book after a talk and Q&A with the audience.
Having recently come back from his national book tour, acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson is thrilled to be hosting a local book event in his Harlem neighborhood with HEAF. Tickets are $40 each and guests will get to try food from the cookbook, hear a discussion about the book with HEAF CEO Ruth Rathblott, and a signed copy of The Red Rooster Cookbook.
Harlem Educational Activities Fund