While the Studio Museum is currently closed in preparation for construction, the Museum is working to deepen its roots in the community through inHarlem, a dynamic set of collaborative programs in our neighborhood. The Museum’s groundbreaking exhibitions, thought-provoking conversations, and engaging art-making workshops continue at a variety of partner and satellite locations in Harlem, including New York Public Library branches, Maysles Documentary Center, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and more.

As the Museum prepares to construct our new home, we are excited to work with our neighbors to share our mission throughout Harlem.

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inHarlem Exhibitions

Maren Hassinger

Jun 16, 2018Jun 10, 2019

Harlem Postcards

Sep 23, 2018Jan 13, 2019

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About inHarlem

Over the past 50 years and under the dynamic leadership of celebrated visionaries within the field, the Museum's programming ambitions have far surpassed its humble roots. From its beginning in a...

Find Art Here

Find Art Here is The Studio Museum in Harlem's initiative to bring its permanent collection into schools, libraries, and service centers in Harlem. In addition to providing high-quality reproductions...

inHarlem Funders

inHarlem is made possible thanks to support from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust, National Endowment for the Arts, and Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Additional...

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Maren Hassinger

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

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Harlem Postcards

On view at Studio Museum 127, Harlem Postcards is an ongoing project that invites contemporary artists of diverse backgrounds to reflect on Harlem as a site of cultural activity, political vitality,...

inHarlem Events

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Studio Salon

Studio Salon invites language-lovers to a series of author talks, book clubs, and writing workshops inspired by our exhibitions. Exploring text as an important source material for artists, this...

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Lil' Studio

How might art be used to talk about identity? Explore this question with your little one in a workshop inspired by the work of Hank Willis Thomas. Have your picture taken, then use it to...

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Lil' Studio

How might art be used to talk about identity? Explore this question with your little one in a workshop inspired by the work of Hank Willis Thomas. Have your picture taken, then use it to...

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Studio Salon

Studio Salon invites language-lovers to a series of author talks, book clubs, and writing workshops inspired by our exhibitions. Exploring text as an important source material for artists, this...

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Lil' Studio

How might shapes be used to create movement? Play with color as you layer special foam materials to create a composition inspired by the artwork Trane. Explore the artwork of William T. Williams and...

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Lil' Studio

How might shapes be used to create movement? Play with color as you layer special foam materials to create a composition inspired by the artwork Trane. Explore the artwork of William T. Williams and...

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Lil' Studio

Is a painting still a painting if it doesn't have a frame? Consider this question as you experiment with paint, fabric, and more much like the artist Eric Mack! Explore space, color, and texture as...

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Lil' Studio

Is a painting still a painting if it doesn't have a frame? Consider this question as you experiment with paint, fabric and more much like the artist Eric Mack! Explore space, color and texture as you...

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Lil' Studio

How can letters and light be used to make art? Share a meaningful message with your little one as you work together to make a luminescent work of art. Peel, stick, and stamp your composition with...

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Lil' Studio

How can letters and light be used to make art? Share a meaningful message with your little one as you work together to make a luminescent work of art. Peel, stick, and stamp your composition with...

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About inHarlem

Over the past 50 years and under the dynamic leadership of celebrated visionaries within the field, the Museum's programming ambitions have far surpassed its humble roots. From its beginning in a...

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Find Art Here

Find Art Here is The Studio Museum in Harlem's initiative to bring its permanent collection into schools, libraries, and service centers in Harlem. In addition to providing high-quality reproductions...

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inHarlem Funders

inHarlem is made possible thanks to support from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust, National Endowment for the Arts, and Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Additional...

inHarlem in Studio

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Walking inHarlem with the Second Grade

School's out, but The Studio Museum in Harlem continues to educate and inspire all year long! Jennifer Harley, School and Educator Programs Coordinator, reflects on the Museum's school partnerships...

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The Journey Continues

How Derrick Adams’s collages pick up where Patrick Kelly left off ...

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