Celebrate Harlem Biennale’s new home and kick off HB2015

 Celebrate Harlem Biennale’s new home and kick off HB2015 Thursday June 26th, 7pm-Midnight St Martin’s Church 230 Malcolm X Blvd NY, NY 10027  Visit us on Facebook to join the event. Tickets available at St Martin’s Church, Settepani, or online

Celebrate Harlem Biennale’s new home and kick off HB2015

 Celebrate Harlem Biennale’s new home and kick off HB2015 Thursday June 26th, 7pm-Midnight St Martin’s Church 230 Malcolm X Blvd NY, NY 10027  Visit us on Facebook to join the event. Tickets available at St Martin’s Church, Settepani, or online

A Movement in Time

  On June 4th 2011, Harlem Biennale performance artist Zachary Fabri presented A Movement in Time to explore the physical movement of pedestrians and the layered architectural history of El Barrio. In a response to El Barrio’s cultural traditions, political history and social environment, Zachary

A Movement in Time

  On June 4th 2011, Harlem Biennale performance artist Zachary Fabri presented A Movement in Time to explore the physical movement of pedestrians and the layered architectural history of El Barrio. In a response to El Barrio’s cultural traditions, political history and social environment, Zachary

Harlem Biennale at Armory Arts Week 2012

On March 6th, 2012 as part of the VIP Armory Arts Week Program Harlem Biennale presented an intergenerational conversation on art collecting featuring Reginald Van Lee of the U.S. President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and a prominent  collector

Harlem Biennale at Armory Arts Week 2012

On March 6th, 2012 as part of the VIP Armory Arts Week Program Harlem Biennale presented an intergenerational conversation on art collecting featuring Reginald Van Lee of the U.S. President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and a prominent  collector

Harlem Biennale at Armory Arts Week 2011

On March 1st, 2011 the Armory Show and Harlem Biennale invited Armory Arts Week visitors to experience Harlem’s art and culinary delights. Guests met at founder Edward Hillel’s artist studio to mingle with the HB team. Harlem personality and author

Harlem Biennale at Armory Arts Week 2011

On March 1st, 2011 the Armory Show and Harlem Biennale invited Armory Arts Week visitors to experience Harlem’s art and culinary delights. Guests met at founder Edward Hillel’s artist studio to mingle with the HB team. Harlem personality and author

Organization: Educators Meeting

On May 26th, 2011 Harlem Biennale introduced a platform for local teachers and administrators to discuss and develop a series of ongoing collaborative arts education programs with renowned practicing artists. The meeting was attended by 40+ teachers and arts administartors including

Organization: Educators Meeting

On May 26th, 2011 Harlem Biennale introduced a platform for local teachers and administrators to discuss and develop a series of ongoing collaborative arts education programs with renowned practicing artists. The meeting was attended by 40+ teachers and arts administartors including

Improvisations I

On November 21st, 2009 Harlem Biennale hosted a day-long multidisciplinary program curated by Muriel Quancard. Improvisations I engaged the local community in a dialogue around several presentations: a slideshow of Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel’s photographs of 125th Street accompanied by

Improvisations I

On November 21st, 2009 Harlem Biennale hosted a day-long multidisciplinary program curated by Muriel Quancard. Improvisations I engaged the local community in a dialogue around several presentations: a slideshow of Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel’s photographs of 125th Street accompanied by

Stephanie Dinkins Residency in Hungary

In December and January 2010/11 Harlem artist Stephanie Dinkins was invited to the Approach Art Association residency program in Pecs, Hungary. This residency was facilitated by Residency Unlimited and organized within the framework of Harlem Biennale’s international artists residency program. Stephanie Dinkins is an

Stephanie Dinkins Residency in Hungary

In December and January 2010/11 Harlem artist Stephanie Dinkins was invited to the Approach Art Association residency program in Pecs, Hungary. This residency was facilitated by Residency Unlimited and organized within the framework of Harlem Biennale’s international artists residency program. Stephanie Dinkins is an

Zachary Fabri Residency in Brazil

In the summer of 2010, Zachari Fabri was selected for a two-month residency at the Jardim Canadá Art and Technology Center in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The residency was organized by Residency Unlimited within the framework of Harlem Biennale’s artists residencies program which offers

Zachary Fabri Residency in Brazil

In the summer of 2010, Zachari Fabri was selected for a two-month residency at the Jardim Canadá Art and Technology Center in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The residency was organized by Residency Unlimited within the framework of Harlem Biennale’s artists residencies program which offers

Jonathan Gill Speaker Series

To celebrate Black History Month in February 2010, Harlem Biennale launched its speaker series with Harlem historian, music critic, and former Upper Manhattan resident Jonathan Gill. Gill was invited to share his most recent research from his book Harlem: The Four Hundred Year History from Dutch Village to

Jonathan Gill Speaker Series

To celebrate Black History Month in February 2010, Harlem Biennale launched its speaker series with Harlem historian, music critic, and former Upper Manhattan resident Jonathan Gill. Gill was invited to share his most recent research from his book Harlem: The Four Hundred Year History from Dutch Village to