With the season of giving rolling in, what better time to give back to support a great cause than now?
Keyonna Jones Lindsay continues to be a leader in the arts and media communities in Washington, D.C. While serving as
During her “Formation” tour stop in Atlanta, Beyoncé took a moment to pay tribute to Shawty Lo. While singing her
Take an exclusive tour inside the National African American History Museum in Washington, D.C.
President Barack Obama and the First Family, media outlets from across the nation and influences got a chance to preview
Sabrina Player is the owner of MOSAIC Moon, a space designed for creative expression. Player’s vision is to create an
For those unfamiliar, tell us a little about the Savvy Foundation and what it does? Savvy Foundation is a 501(c)3 national
Visual artists speak volumes without saying a word. The images they create, be it on canvass or through sculptures, detail
The Dance Theatre of Harlem presents its annual Summer Street Festival this weekend. On Saturday, August 9th, from noon to
Dion Clarke CEO, Harlem Fine Arts Show Please describe your leadership style as CEO. I create environments in which individuals
The 2012 Tony Awards nominees were recently announced in New York. Amongst the nominees, seven African Americans are up for
Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo When one has been given a platform to reach millions of people
Robert Battle’s inaugural season as artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (AAADT) is in full swing
Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey held the Art, Beats + Lyrics urban art exhibition hosted by Hustle Simmons on Dec.
To ensure that Harlem’s arts and cultural legacy continue to thrive requires vision, business acumen and a commitment that remains