May 01Nov 24

Firelei Báez

Our galleries are temporarily closed as we prepare for the construction of our new museum—from the ground up!

In the meantime, our programming is happening throughout the neighborhood with community partners and in public spaces through our inHarlem initiative.

Check out our calendar for event and exhibition information, and to learn more about our offsite programming inHarlem, click here.

You can still visit us at 144 West 125th Street to shop in the Museum Store and get more information.

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.

What's On

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Maren Hassinger

Maren Hassinger: Monuments will consist of eight site-specific sculptures installed for approximately one year in Marcus Garvey Park, beginning in June 2018. Hassinger, who has been associated with...

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Books, Authors, & Kids!

During the NYPL George Bruce Library Summer Reading Kick-Off, join author Vashti Harrison for an interactive reading of her book Little Leaders. Use your imagination as you and your family...

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Studio Works

Calling all teens and creative makers in New York City! Join us for a book making workshop with current artist in residence Sable Elyse Smith. Smith is an artist and writer who considers...

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Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair Launch

Join us on Friday, June 29 from 7 to 10 pm for the launch of the second annual Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair at Langston Hughes House! Presented by 3 DOT ZINE, the fair...

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Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair

In collaboration with The Studio Museum in Harlem, 3 DOT ZINE presents the second annual Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair. As multi-layered publications, zines utilize design, composition,...

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Family Day at the Schomburg Center

Join us in The American Negro Theatre at the Schomburg Center for a fun family workshop inspired by work on view in Firelei Báez: Joy Out of Fire. Paint, collage, and draw to create a...

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Lil' Studio

Lil' Studio is part of inHarlem, The Studio Museum in Harlem's initiative designed to explore innovative ways to work in the community while taking the Museum beyond its own walls. Guide...

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Artists on Artists

Since 2002, Harlem Postcards has invited artists of diverse backgrounds to transform their unique depictions of Harlem into postcards available for free to visitors to the Studio...

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Uptown Fridays!

Come celebrate with us as the sounds of Libation's Manchildblack and Ian Friday transform our courtyard for this special edition of Uptown Fridays! Enjoy signature cocktails and drink specials as we...

Firelei Báez

Notice

Our galleries are temporarily closed as we prepare for the construction of our new museum—from the ground up!

In the meantime, our programming is happening throughout the neighborhood with community partners and in public spaces through our inHarlem initiative.

Check out our calendar for event and exhibition information, and to learn more about our offsite programming inHarlem, click here.

You can still visit us at 144 West 125th Street to shop in the Museum Store and get more information.

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.

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