Spirit of Harlem Community at Dwyer Cultural Center

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife
Learn about the essence of Harlem through the eyes of contemporary artists. Starting April 12 and running through mid-September, the Dwyer Cultural Center, located at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, presents the Spirit of Community, an exhibition featuring commissioned works in photography, mural, sculpture, and video chronicling the sights, sounds, colors, textures, and people of Harlem. In the Spirit of Community, visitors will see how artists lend their imagination and innovation to capture the heartbeat of Harlem’s vibrant and thriving community. On April 12, head on over to the Dwyer at 6:30 PM to see this exhibition. And if you cannot make it then, it runs for five months ending September 15!

This entry was posted in Art and Culture, Community, Harlem, Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Spirit of Harlem Community at Dwyer Cultural Center

  1. HarlemHouse says:

    Very cool! Thanks will definitely check this out.

  2. Lenoxave says:

    I will def check it out when I am in town. Looks like ti will be a great exhibit.

  3. Lynn says:

    Must have rsvp’d The Dwyer for Tuesday night’s Opening Reception.
    Will be a wonderful Exhibit.

Leave a Reply