Gala 2018

The 50th Anniversary Gala raised a record $3.9 million, thanks to the generosity and support of the Museum’s incredible patrons, artists and friends.

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Studio Visit: ray ferreira

The Studio Museum’s community of teaching artists reflects the Museum's commitment to engaging and supporting emerging contemporary artists whose work is inspired or influenced by black culture. Serving at the intersection of the institution and the public, Museum educators are creative, pedagogical hybrids who navigate the fascinating line between the roles of teacher and a practicing artist.

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Walking inHarlem with the Second Grade

The Studio Museum in Harlem has a long history of school partnerships. These in-depth, multi-session programs are created in collaboration between the Museum, schools, and community organizations throughout the city.

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New Folk

Throughout history, art has been an innate expression of human creativity and communication. Through the ruins and artifacts of civilizations across the globe—from the craftsmanship of tribal divination tools, to the intricate needlework of quilts made by enslaved Africans mapping escape routes—art has been a way to assert culture and record the human experience.

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Book Review: Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left by Malik Gaines

Trying to fit pianist/singer Nina Simone, Ghanaian playwrights Efua T.

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Harlem Postcards: Wish You Were Here

Last week, The Studio Museum in Harlem opened Harlem Postcards: Wish You Were Here at Studio Museum 127.

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Photo Studio

Photo Studio was part of a year-long initiative, beginning in 2017, to make the Studio Museum's permanent collection increasingly accessible to the public.

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The 2018 Artists in Residence

Tschabalala Self (b. 1990, Harlem) makes syncretic use of painting, printmaking, and assemblage to explore ideas surrounding Black female bodies.

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Practice in Print: Kayode Ojo

For the inaugural feature and first issue of Studio to launch during inHarlem, I asked Kayode Ojo to think about Harlem in the broadest sense. Despite earning a BFA in photography at the School of Visual Arts in 2012, Ojo

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Profiles in Genius

For our 2017 issue of Studio, Communications Director Elizabeth Gwinn interviewed artists Dawoud Bey and Njideka Akunyili Crosby. Both artists are 2017 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, or “genius grant,” awarded annually to talented individuals who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative or intellectual pursuits. 

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Studio Magazine: Spring/Summer 2018!

Studio Spring/Summer 2018 is our biggest issue yet, with 128-pages full of art, culture, and member news. Studio’s thirty-first issue is loosely themed around Harlem, as both space and place.

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Elsewhere: Amy Sherald

 

Amy Sherald
May 11–August 19, 2018
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
camstl.org

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