A friend and colleague sent me the New York Times Opinion Piece “The End of Black Harlem” and I’m trying to process how to suppress my anger and to whom it should be directed. Many of you know me from … Read More
Part II – The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “The Artist Project” videos. I hope you find the artists Jeffrey Gibson, Ethnographic’s Collections Researcher and Mickalene Thomas, Painter, Photographer, Filmmaker, perspectives enlightening. Over the next several weeks to come, I will be sharing … Read More
Sembene! tells the story of the self-taught novelist and filmmaker Ousmane Sembène, who fought–against enormous odds–a 50-year battle to give Africans the power to tell their own stories. The film is told through the never-before-seen archival and verité footage of colleague and biographer Samba Gadjigo. … Read More
Get ready for Boogie on the Boulevard! On 16th, the center lanes of the Grand Concourse from 161st Street to 167th Street will be closed to cars and open to a world of fun with free music, activities, and programs … Read More
Fans who buy tickets to the Invincible show can view the large Memorabilia display earlier in the day (5pm-8pm). However, the Memorabilia display is only one part of Michael Jackson Day, a day filled with events, food, workshops, and a MJ look-alike, dress-alike and best MJ performance contest. Of course, there will be prizes for the winners. The festivities will culminate with the spectacular INVINCIBLE show starting at 8:00 pm.
Hop off The Bronx Trolley – First Wednesdays Arts & Culture Tour at the Bronx Museum for free, guided tours of the museum galleries. Free admission and cash bar . Location: North Wing Lobby & Gallerie WHAT IS THE BRONX … Read More