This space located in the penthouse of The Rio apartments, with spectacular river views, showcases the work of emerging African-American and Latino artists. Also presents performances by musicians, poets, writers and dancers.
Located inside the historic Riverside Church, this first-class theater presents exceptional theater, dance, film and more. Perfect for the whole family from Youth Theater to the New York Family Arts Festival.
One of the world’s largest research centers devoted to people of the African diaspora. The Center also hosts relevant film screenings, concerts, lectures, events and exhibits.
Legends like Eubie Blake, Fletcher Henderson, W.C. Handy and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr once called these exquisite, hallowed townhouses home.
America’s premiere museum for art by people of African descent. The gift shop carries art books, stationary, jewelry and more. Target Free Sundays are a great way to experience the museum for the first time.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling invites children and their families to come and explore the limitless boundaries of imagination! Come be inspired by art, and to create your own.
A once barren traffic triangle was reborn as Harriet Tubman Square when the statue was raised to celebrate her determination and strength helping to free slaves via the Underground Railroad. She faces south to remind visitors of the multiple dangerous journeys she took for the freedom of others. An American hero!
The name of this organization paints a picture of their mission to help classical actors of color realize their full potential by offering professional opportunities as well as pre-professional preparation and referrals.