What a weekend!
See photos from #HAF2017 by clicking below

 

#HAF2017
Artist Spotlight:
Makeba Rainey

 

#HAF2017
Artist Spotlight:
Shacar

 

#HAF2017
Artist Spotlight:
Stefanie Batten Bland

 

#HAF2017
Artist Spotlight:
Iyaba Ibo Mandingo

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#MyArtsCommunity Leaders

Learn about how you can become a community leader!

Between February 20-March 2, 2017, 99 people made a difference and helped fund Harlem Arts Festival’s first #MyArtsCommunity fundraising campaign to support its artists. Our message reached 59,923 people through social media , and we received donations from nearly 50 individuals, with 18 being first time donors.

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FEATURED ARTIST:

Makeba Rainey

Makeba “KEEBS” Rainey is a Harlem native inspired by her community, family, and fellow emerging visual and performance artists. She is the founder of Black Capital Coalition (BCC), which promotes both visual and performance artists through creative collaborations between artists, businesses, and cultural institutions.

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FEATURED SPONSOR: WNYC

We’re thrilled to continue our relationship with our media sponsor WNYC, that helps spread the word about HAF! WNYC is America’s most listened-to public radio station and the producer of award-winning radio programs and podcasts, including Radiolab, On the Media, and more.

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A Community Effort: Giving New Life to Marcus Garvey Park

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 "People got together. They heard our voices."   After many showcases organized by Harlem Arts Festival (HAF), we take it for granted now that the last weekend of June will turn Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem into a colorful explosion of friendly sound, sights, and fun. The Festival serves up...

COMING UP:

Join HAF for the Opening Reception of its latest exhibition entitled “Spiritual Connections”. Curated by #HAF2016 artist Lisa Dubois and featuring 4 local photography artists, the exhibition explores religious rituals from all over the world, and draw parallels with Harlem’s own community. Meet the artists and get the first look at this exhibition by RSVPing below:

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