Founded by legendary documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles and a part of this film master’s non-profit uptown film institute, this cinema specializes in bringing independent documentary film and video to uptown audiences.
Sustainably built in Harlem’s first green building, The Kalahari, MIST is a fair trade cultural center housing three state of the art studios used for various events and screenings. Their coffee shop has become a local gathering space
With homes built in the 1880s and 1890s, this enclave boasts some of New York’s most elegant townhouses. The annual house tour is an absolute must for home design enthusiasts and the simply curious alike.
Learn all about the fascinating and diverse past, present and future of the Big Apple in this museum housing over 1.5 million objects and images celebrating America’s greatest city.
Since 1968, this remarkable institute for dramatic arts has played host to innumerable plays, lectures, workshops and symposia on the African American journey. Currently in its 47th season, NBT continues to be a strong outlet for the Harlem community.
Started in 1964 as the New Heritage Repertory Theatre, the New Heritage Theater Group is the oldest Black nonprofit theater company in New York City. What began as a mission to preserve classic works of Black theater has expanded to provide training, experience and exposure to new and established artists. Bravo!