A Horizon Elsewhere: Expansions in Curatorial Thought

Anisa Jackson
David Jones
Jenée-Daria Strand
Ozi Uduma

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Studio Check In With Alexsandra Mitchell

In this Studio Check In, Ilk Yasha speaks with Alexsandra Mitchell, who participated in the Museum Education Practicum at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.

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Art in Partnership

The Studio Museum in Harlem is excited to introduce the first in a series of pocketbooks that will explore connections between artworks by artists of African descent, largely from our permanent collection. We are thrilled to be collaborating with our School & Community Partners—this pocketbook edition was created with our ongoing Community Partner, the Ali Forney Drop-In Center in Harlem.

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Make Art with Us!

The Studio Museum in Harlem invites you to celebrate Black lives and culture on this special holiday through creativity, inspired by an artwork from our permanent collection!
 

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Read, Learn, and Celebrate Juneteenth

These texts, for both adults and children, provide information on the legacy and history of Juneteenth.

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Juneteenth

As The Studio Museum in Harlem celebrates Juneteenth, we invite our audiences to consider resources that can provide further information around the legacy of this holiday, the many ways it is celebrated, and how it continues to be a cornerstone of Black culture and celebration in the United States. 

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Museums & Mental Health: Healing in Creative Community

When people think about mental health and wellness, museums might not be the first thought that comes to mind. Even as I was studying to become an art therapist, I never considered museums as a site for therapeutic practice.

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Studio Check In With Ilk Yasha

For this edition of Studio Check In, Chloe Hayward, Manager, Education Programs, checks in with Ilk Yasha Studio Museum Institute Coordinator at The Studio Museum in Harlem. 

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