9/20/12 Books & Authors: Lorna Goodison 7PM: Join celebrated poet and author Lorna Goodison as she discusses her book By Love Possessed. Goodison will be presented in conversation with writer and professor of literature, Charmaine Valere. The discussion will be immediately followed by a book signing. Read more.
9/22/12 Film Series: I Remember Harlem Toward A New Day 2PM: I Remember Harlem (1980) is a four part series by the legendary filmmaker Bill Miles tracing the history of Harlem over three centuries. Read more.
Hands On: Dioramas 2PM: Join a workshop in which you will create a room or landscape that reflects places you have been or places you would like to go. Read more.
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9/28/12 Open House for Educators 4:30PM: Teachers are invited to attend a guided tour of the current exhibitions, and learn about programs that will help you use the arts and cultural institutions as teaching tools. More information.
Uptown Fridays featuring DJ Max Carnage 7PM: It's a party and you're invited! Spend your Fridays nights at The Studio Museum in Harlem during Uptown Fridays. More information.
10/25/12 and 10/26/12 Kevin Beasley, I Want My Spot Back at MoMA 10/25/12and10/26/12, 3:30PM: In his sculptures, Kevin Beasley (American, b.1985) explores spaces of ambivalence. His contribution to Some sweet day consists of a two-day performance in the Museum's Marron Atrium. Beasley takes on the role of DJ, mixing slowed-down a cappella tracks by deceased rappers from the 1990s with additional textures, rhythms, and feedback. Evoking and altering the social, emotional, and political contours of hip-hop, Beasley immerses the audience in a visceral soundscape that emphasizes the body's relationship to charged social conditions.More information.
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ETW 2013 Application Now Available Online presenting sponsor of Caribbean: Crossroads of the World The Artist's Voiceis made possible, in part, by MetLife Foundation and an endowment established by the Ron Carter Family in memory of Studio Museum in Harlem Trustee, Janet Carter. Expanding the Walls is made possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency; Colgate-Palmolive; Dedalus Foundation; The Keith Haring Foundation; Joy of Giving Something; and Surdna Foundation. The Museum's Educator programs are supported by a major grant from
9/25 Arts & Minds 2PM:Arts & Minds brings adults with memory disorders and their caregivers together in new experiences of art. More information.
9/29 Harlem Walking Tours: In Their Footsteps 10:45AM: Join us as we walk in the footsteps of the visual, performing and literary artists of the Harlem Renaissance.More information.