A Collection is Born

The Studio Museum in Harlem  opened in 1968—a watershed year that included the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F.

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Give Us a Poem: Joshua Bennett

In January 2018, the Studio Museum and Dr. Joshua Bennett invited five New York-based poets to write and perform ekphrastic texts responding to the mediums and concepts visually represented in Fictions

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Studio Visit: Andy Robert

As Andy Robert finishes his residency and prepares for the culminating exhibition We Go as They at the Studio Museum, he reflects on how this experience will continue to shape his practice.

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Dispatch from Education: Engaging Early Childhood Centers through School Collaborations

During the 2013–14 academic year The Studio Museum in Harlem worked with ABC Echo Park and Dorothy Day Early Childhood Center, two early childhood centers located in our community.

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Permanent Collection Highlight: Sonia Boyce's Untitled

In her 2006 etching Untitled, Sonia Boyce pays tribute to fourteen Black female luminaries in British music history.

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Check It Out!: Harlem Jazz Shrines

“Harlem Jazz Shrines” celebrates the history and the future of jazz in Harlem at various iconic local venues. Past jazz giants are honored by today’s leading talent, such as Jason Moran and Geri Allen, in this weeklong festival organized by the Apollo Theater, Harlem Stage and Jazzmobile.

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