In Memoriam: Nancy Lane (1933-2022)

The Studio Museum in Harlem remembers Nancy Lane: an unparalleled champion of artists of African descent, tireless advocate for the Studio Museum's mission, and pillar of the institution for five decades.

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Thinking with Photography

In this Studio Check-In, Ilk Yasha speaks with independent curator Delphine Sims, currently the Wyeth Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art. Delphine participated in the Studio Museum’s 2021 Museum Professionals Seminar program.  

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Wherever my people is at, that’s where my studio is <3

2021–22 artist in residence Cameron Granger discusses community, architecture, and memory. 

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Echoes: A Collaborative Abolitionist Curriculum
Chapter One: Haunting

"Echoes: A Collaborative Abolitionist Curriculum in Four Chapters" was a collaboration from 2021 to 2022 between The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Department of Learning and Engagement and The Fortune Society’s Creative Arts program.

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Ideal Selfie

2021–22 artist in residence Qualeasha Wood discusses textiles, the haven of the internet, and iconographies of the self. 

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Echoes: A Collaborative Abolitionist Curriculum
Chapter Two: Invitation

"Echoes: A Collaborative Abolitionist Curriculum in Four Chapters" was a collaboration from 2021 to 2022 between The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Department of Learning and Engagement and The Fortune Society’s Creative Arts program.

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In Conversation: William T. Williams, Melvin Edwards, Ashley James, and Guy Ciarcia

Read an exclusive excerpt from the publication Smokehouse Associates, in which the artist collective speaks with curator Ashley James.

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I Don’t Do Pickle Juice

In this Studio Check-In, Ilk Yasha speaks with artist EJ Hill, a 2015–16 artist in residence at the Studio Museum, about roller coasters, Nicki Minaj, and refusal as protest.

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See for Yourself

2021–22 artist in residence Jacob Mason-Macklin on Harlem light, looking closely, and "grace in existing as you are."

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Black Joy in the Public Eye

Marcus Garvey Park, Summer of Soul, Thomas J Price, and Gathering in Public Space

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Can Jam Be Jam at MoMA?

Read an exclusive excerpt from the exhibition catalogue Just Above Midtown: Changing Spaces about the desire to create a Black cultural "home."
 

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