Our New Building A Vision for the Future

Exhibition Maren Hassinger Monuments June 16, 2018June 10, 2019

The Studio Museum’s building at 144 W. 125th Street is closed for construction of our new museum, but our programming continues in Harlem and beyond. 

Studio Museum 127, our temporary programming space, is located at 429 West 127th Street between Amsterdam and Convent Avenues. Opening hours are Thursday through Sunday, 12 to 6 pm.

Our inHarlem initiative also presents exhibitions and events at a variety of partner and satellite locations in Harlem. Other programs take place at additional partner locations throughout the city and beyond. Check out our calendar for full details on specific programming.

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The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally, and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society.

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February 2020

Art-Making Workshops

Studio Squared is studio art at the Studio Museum! These art-making workshops led by teaching artists explore themes and artistic practices featured in our exhibitions. Come join fellow art

Arts & Minds

Arts & Minds brings adults with memory disorders and their caregivers together in new experiences of art. Join us for a lively discussion of the current exhibitions during a guided tour and art

Trunk Show

Please join us in the Museum Store for a Trunk Show featuring Afrodesiac Worldwide, a cultural lifestyle brand expressive of contemporary afro-urban culture from around the globe. Its stylistic method

About the Museum

About

The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally, and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for

The Studio Museum in Harlem: 50 Years

The Studio Museum in Harlem has championed artists of African descent for five decades. In 1968, a diverse group of artists, community activists, and philanthropists envisioned a new kind of art

Accessibility

The Studio Museum in Harlem is committed to making its exhibitions, programs, and services accessible to all who visit. The Museum’s lobby, main gallery, gift shop, restrooms, atrium, and sculpture

Artist-in-Residence

Since 1968, The Studio Museum in Harlem has earned recognition for its catalytic role in advancing the work of visual artists of African and Latino descent through its Artist-in-Residence program. The

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