HARLEM RENNAISSANCE 100 YEARS
CLAUDE MCKAY: HARLEM RENAISSANCE AND RACISM
Fourth Sundays of OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2018
A SERIES OF TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS AT CALABAR GALLERY, HARLEM
Claude McKay, a poet during the Harlem Renaissance, influenced later poets, including Langston Hughes and paved the way for black poets to discuss the conditions and racism that they faced in their poems. This series will deal with racism in the Harlem Renaissance and today
OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2018, Fourth Sundays at Calabar Gallery, 2504 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Harlem, 646-964-5062; http://www.calabargallery.com
OTHER EVENTS FOR THE GALLERY ARE ALSO AT EVENTBRITE
Calabar Gallery will present talks and panel discussions. Some may be collaborations and others we may just host.
SEPTEMBER 11, 2016: 2pm-4pm
- COLLECTING AFRICAN, CARIBBEAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN ART, A SEMINAR BY LORIS CRAWFORD. REGISTER HERE. Join EXPERIENCE AFRICA this fall in New York City as we present: EXPERIENCE AFRICA ART COLLECTORS SERIES: This series will introduce novices and beginners to the process of building an art collection and keys to collecting art by Africans, Caribbean and African American artists. One of the keys to building strong art collection is being informed. This first event offers potential and existing collectors tips on starting and building a collection from one of the leading gallerist and art expert, Loris Crawford. REGISTER HERE.