Taking art history, cultural influences, and source materials as points of departure, these programs—all of which are free and open to the public—demystify artistic and creative processes, and encourage public engagement with contemporary art and artists.
All talks and panels are followed by a Q&A segment, and artist- or curator-led tours of the exhibitions. For more information, please e-mail PublicPrograms@studiomuseum.org.
Informal art-making workshops inspired by our seasonal exhibitions and Permanent Collection that are led by teaching artists and exhibiting artists.
Film screenings that celebrate the moving image as a medium and an inspiration for artists.
Creatives from all backgrounds respond to works on view through the lens of their practices and experiences.
Author talks, book clubs, and creative writing workshops that illustrate the dynamic ways literature and texts influence artists.
Please note that 144 West 125th Street is closed as we prepare to construct our new building from the ground up, on our current site. In the meantime, our programming is happening throughout the neighborhood with community partners and in public spaces through our inHarlem initiative. Check out our calendar for event and exhibition information, and to learn more about our offsite programming inHarlem, click here.