Friday, April 2, 2010

Sunday, April 4 and weekly: Target Free Sundays @ Studio Museum of Harlem

"Sunday is the day that Harlem truly comes alive, and the day that many make time to visit The Studio Museum in Harlem. We offer free Museum admission every Sunday between 12 and 6 PM, reflecting a shared commitment to engage the community and offer a vital cultural experience to all. ...From hands-on family workshops to theater performances, whatever their age or interest, visitors will find something to love at Target Free Sundays at the Studio Museum. Join us, as we explore how art and visual communication can ignite the imagination, engage the mind and reflect our human experience-past, present and future."

New Exhibits opening in April:

Collected. Reflections on the Permanent Collection
Collected. Reflections on the Permanent Collection offers a series of meditations on artworks entrusted to The Studio Museum in Harlem.

VidéoStudio: New Work from France
In a trio of month-long programs, the Studio Museum presents the work of three North African artists—Yto Barrada, Bouchra Khalili and Djamel Kokene—who were born or currently live in France.

Harlem Postcards
Represented, revered, and recognized by people around the world, Harlem is a continually expanding nexus of black culture, history and iconography.

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