Luncheon 2018

Luncheon 2018 honored award-winning journalist and media personality Elaine Welteroth. During her time as Editor-in-Chief of Teen Vogue, Welteroth expanded the publication’s coverage to include feminist, social-justice, and political topics.

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April, Showers of Excitement and Success

This April, Expanding the Walls participants had our first meeting with curators from the Studio Museum.

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Give Us a Poem: Joshua Bennett

In January 2018, the Studio Museum and Dr.

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Elsewhere: Jack Whitten

Odyssey: Jack Whitten Sculpture, 1963–2016
April 22–July 29, 2018
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore, MD
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Give Us a Poem: Marwa Helal

 

invasive species reflects on the consequences of synthetic apertures
Marwa Helal

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Tracing Existence

"Today, a new generation of artists are using their bodily presence as a form of art making and resistance, highlighting the marginalization and persecution that the black body has been subject to throughout history."

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Give Us a Poem: Chanice Hughes-Greenberg

April is National Poetry Month! Join Studio magazine in celebrating the ekphrastic poems written in response to artworks in The Studio Museum in Harlem's 2017–18 exhibition Fictions.

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Harlem Tour

Participants from Expanding the Walls recently took a tour around Harlem with architectural historian John Reddick. He showed us the architectural landscape of Harlem and pointed out that different buildings had remained the same for many years.

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Give Us a Poem: Nkosi Nkululeko

April is National Poetry Month! Join Studio magazine in celebrating the ekphrastic poems written in response to artworks in The Studio Museum in Harlem's 2017–18 exhibition Fictions

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Elsewhere: Otobong Nkanga

Otobong Nkanga: To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again
March 31–September 9, 2018
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Chicago, IL 
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Expanding the Walls Participants Become New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellows

This fellowship grants the recipients who are interested in pursuing an art career with additional professional experience and a scholarship for their postgraduate studies.

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Celebrating the Process: an interview with Chloe Hayward

Chloe Hayward is Family Programs Coordinator and a Teaching Artist at The Studio Museum in Harlem. A licensed creative art therapist, Chloe’s background is in art and design education, sculpture, and ceramics.

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