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New York City
May 2003

The Studio Museum of Harlem

Adult Programs

Artists-In-Residence Open Studio
Sunday, May 4, 3-6pm
Catch the progress of 2002-2003 Artists-In-Residence: Louis Cameron, Deborah Grant and Mickalene Thomas and visit their studios. Conceived at the formation of the Museum over 30 years ago, the AIR Program remains central to SMHís identity.

Books & Authors
Be sure to arrive early for this already legendary program featuring black cultureís most compelling authors. Offered every season, Books & Authors is designed to introduce works by literary masters, established living authors, as well as emerging writers.

Meet Susan Fales-Hill author of Always Wear Joy
Thursday, May 8, 7pm
Books & Authors
is FREE.

Uptown Fridays! Music, Cocktails & Culture
Fridays: May 9, June 13, July 18, August 1 & 8, September 12, 7-11pm
The weather is getting warmer and the Museumís sculpture court is open for the highly anticipated Uptown Fridays! program. Dance to the sounds of New York Cityís most innovative DJs, connect with others during guided exhibition tours, shop in the Museumís newly stocked store, or have a cocktail and conversation with your friends. Donít miss these fun and festive evenings in Harlem.

Sunday Salon
Paying homage to Harlemís rich artistic legacy, Sunday Salon is dedicated to highlighting local musicians, writers, poets, singers, and performance artists. Inspired by the vast talent existing in Harlem, this program celebrates the spirit of Harlemís historical parlor scene.

Maya Orr, vocalist
Sunday, May 11, 3pm
The Artistís Voice
Expanding the scope of conversation on art and culture, SMH is unique among museums through its innovative integration of artistsí voices into the institutional fabric. The Artistís Voice is a series of public programs, offered in conjunction with every exhibition season, featuring artists discussing their work.

Frederick J. Brown
Tuesday, May 13, 7pm
This season the Studio Museum presents one of Americaís most prominent and prolific portrait painters, Frederick J. Brown, in conversation with Lowery Stokes Sims, SMH executive director and curator of Frederick J. Brown: Portraits in Jazz, Blues, and Other Icons currently on view at SMH.

Directorís Dialogue
Thursday, May 15, 7pm
Join Lowery Stokes Sims as she interviews Donna Mussenden VanDerZee about the life, work and legacy of celebrated Harlem photographer James VanDerZee. This talk has been organized around the release of a new monograph, James VanDerZee, published by Phiadon Press.

Intersections: Art & Culture
Tuesday, May 20, 7pm
In conjunction with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company season at Aaron Davis Hall, SMH hosts a conversation between two of todayís most compelling voices in art and culture ó Bill T. Jones, celebrated dancer and award-winning choreographer, and noted curator Thelma Golden, SMH deputy director for exhibitions and programs. For more details call 212.650.7100 or visit www.aarondavishall.org.
Aaron Davis Hall Dance performance schedule: Friday & Saturday, May 30 & 31, 8pm; Sunday, June 1, 3pm

Programs for Youth
ARTLooks: A Day in the Life of an Artist/Portfolio Review
Saturday, May 3, 10am Ė1pm
For high school students who are interested in art.#

 

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