HARLEM WEEK 2014

Celebrating its 40th year, HARLEM WEEK kicks off this Sunday, July 27th

Celebrating its 40th year, HARLEM WEEK kicks off this Sunday, July 27th with “A Great Day in Harlem” at Grant’s Tomb on 122nd street and Riverside Drive.  This FREE event features live More »

Summer Sizzles on Lenox Sidewalk Cafe Crawl

Summer Sizzles on Lenox Sidewalk Cafe / Restaurant Crawl in Harlem July 15th

Mark your calendars! On Tuesday July 15th, Experience Harlem and Harlem Park to Park are presenting Summer Sizzles on Lenox Sidewalk Cafe Crawl, where the best restaurants along Lenox avenue’s Restaurant Row More »

Harlem Meer Performance Festival

Harlem Meer Performance Festival kicks off this Sunday, June 15

It’s Father’s Day this Sunday, June 15th, and it is also the day that the Harlem Meer Performance Festival kicks off, running every Sunday afternoon from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm through More »

NYC Kids Fest Harlem 2014

9th Annual NYC KidsFest in Morningside Park SUNDAY June 15th

This Sunday the NYC KidsFest comes to Morningside Park at 113st and Manhattan Avenue in Harlem. The FREE one-day family performing arts festival will feature music, theater, dance, storytelling and more in More »

Harlem Social Media Expo

Harlem Social Media Expo at MIST Harlem

My Image Studios – MIST Harlem, located at 40 West 116th Street, will host the Harlem Social Media Expo on Wednesday June 18th.  Harlem Park to Park and the Harlem Business Alliance More »

Tatiana Pagés Gallery opens in Harlem with “Thoughts & Senses” exhibit

Tatiana Pagés Gallery Harlem

Tatiana Pagés, a Chilean-Dominican New York-based art collector and activist designer threw a festive opening for her new contemporary art and design gallery, Tatiana Pagés Gallery last night in Harlem.  Located at 2605 Frederick Douglas Boulevard on the corner of 139th Street near historic Striver’s Row, the new art gallery officially opened to the public today with its first exhibit “Thoughts & Senses” featuring art from several highly regarded artists of Latin America including Isabel Cisneros (Venezuela), Adriana Marmorek (Colombia), Natalia Pages, Jorge Pineda, Belkis Ramirez, and Fernando Tamburini (Dominican Republic). The collection is described as “a collection of art dedicated to the exploration of the social as well as cultural tensions by six highly conceptual Latin American artists.” 

Tatiana Pagés art gallery

Harlem Arts Festival 2014 Events and Opening Night Party

Harlem Arts Festival 2014 Opening Night Party

This Friday June 27th, the 2014 Harlem Arts Festival is kicking-off a weekend of events with an Opening Night Party at MIST Harlem, 46 West 116th Street.  Artists set to perform include Mad Satta, Emily Braden, Charisa The Violindiva, and Andrew Kaminski Art, and DJ Raydar will get the party going.

On Saturday June 28th and Sunday June 29th, the FREE Harlem Arts Festival will be in full swing at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem from 3pm-8pm with a line-up of artistic events, visual arts, and performances in Dance, Music, Spoken Word, and Theater. There will also be a Workshop For Kids as well.

REVIVE MUSIC AND HARLEM ARTS FESTIVAL PRESENT
OPENING NIGHT PARTY
JUNE 27, 2014, 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM

TICKETS $20

MIST Harlem, 46 West 116th Street between Lenox Avenue and Fifth Avenue.

 

NO LONGER EMPTY – “If You Build It” art exhibitions and programs in Harlem

This Wednesday, June 25th, art organization No Longer Empty is having an Opening Reception for its “If You Build It” exhibition and programs from June 25 – August 10, 2014.  Sponsored by Harlem Brewery, the reception will feature music performances by the Jazz Foundation All Stars, local musicians Joey Morant on trumpet, Michael Max Fleming on bass, Mitch Margold on piano, and Greg Bandy, aka “the mayor of Harlem”, on drums. The opening reception is from 7-9pm at 155th Street and St Nicholas Avenue. RSVP here.

if-you-build-it

Harlem Biennale Event at St Martin’s Church

Harlem Biennale is celebrating its new home and the kick off Harlem Biennale HB2015 next year with a party this Thursday June 26th, 7pm-Midnight at St Martin’s Church, 230 Malcolm X Blvd in Harlem. Tickets are available at St Martin’s Church, Settepani, or online at www.hb2015kickoff.eventbrite.com

Harlem Biennale

Silicon Harlem – Google I/O Extended conference at MIST Harlem

Google I/O conference with Silicon Harlem

This Wednesday, June 25th Silicon Harlem will host the next Google I/O Extended conference at MIST Harlem at 46 West 116th Street.  This Google I/O Extended developer-focused conference will feature Wearable Computing with Google,  the latest in Biologically Inspired Models of Intelligence, an Android Fireside Chat, as well as a discussion and Q & A with special guest Keith Clinkscales, CEO of Revolt Media & TV.

Silicon Harlem – Google I/O Extended is a FREE event which will start at 5pm. Seating is limited, so you should register quickly at siliconharlem.net.

Make Music New York Festival in Harlem Saturday, June 21st

Make Music New York

The Make Music New York Festival is on this Saturday, June 21st, and Harlem will be jumping with a bunch of FREE live music in the streets. This yearly event was started back in the 1980′s in Paris, France and has now spread around the world. It allows for musicians and singers to share their talents and perform for people all day long in various neighborhoods.

Harlem Meer Performance Festival kicks off this Sunday, June 15

Harlem Meer Performance Festival

It’s Father’s Day this Sunday, June 15th, and it is also the day that the Harlem Meer Performance Festival kicks off, running every Sunday afternoon from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm through August 31st.

Located at the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center and Harlem Meer inside Central Park at 110th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues, the FREE Harlem Meer Performance Festival features a line-up of established and emerging artists performing Jazz, Latin, World, and Gospel music.  It’s the perfect event to come out to dance and relax by the lake this summer.

MAFRIKA MUSIC MARATHON is on at The Shrine, Silvana and Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem

Today is Friday the 13th, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying this launch day of the of the 8th MAFRIKA MUSIC MARATHON which is on today and Saturday, with live music indoors at The Shrine on 7th avenue between 133rd and 134th street, Silvana restaurant on 116th street right of of Frederick Douglass Boulevard, and this Sunday outdoors from 12 to 8pm at the Marcus Garvey Park Amphitheater.  That’s three exciting days of live music acts in Harlem during the Mafrika Music Marathon this year, which will also feature drink specials from sponsor Hendrick’s Gin. The Mafrika Music Festival is FREE, check out the line-up on this flyer.

MAFRIKA MUSIC MARATHON