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Harlem Meets Havana All Week

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Tuesday August 16th

Head to Ginny’s Supper Club for a taste of Harlem and Havana!    Located at 310 Malcolm X Blvd.

 Experience the music and culture of Harlem and Havana at Ginny’s Cafe with Cuban inspired menu items, live music performances from the Harlem Havana All Stars and Keith the Captain Gamble and the New Gypsies and more!  
Showtimes 7PM and 9PM

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Wednesday August 17, 2016 

Harlem/ Havana Art Exhibit features Unique Images of Cuba.
Harlem Hospital Mural Pavilion 
West 136th Street & Malcolm X Blvd.

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Wednesday August 17, 2016

Head to Sylvia’s for a taste of Harlem and Havana with food for the soul and performances from Harlem and Havana.

 Historic Sylvia’s Restaurant celebrateHarlem/ Havana with a special evening featuring Cuban Inspired Cuisine , Signature Cocktails an electric night of performances from Cuban musician Jorge Luis Pacheco y su Grupo and 
Harlem’s own Janice Marie Robinson and Friends.

macys flyerThursday August 18, 2016 

HAVANA COMES TO MACY’S!

Come Celebrate with The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, for the first annualHarlem/Havana Music and Cultural Festival: an international exchange honoring the rich artistic connection between these two historic cities. Join our Harlem/Havana Day, a cultural celebration featuring the best of Harlem and Havana with live music, dance performances and much more!  Plus, enjoy a special “sip & dip” culinary experience with Cuban Master Chef Alex Garcia.

Herald Square, Home Department, 8th Floor, 6:00pm 

 

Silicon Harlem Announces Next Meetup!

Next Meetup!
Silicon Harlem in partnership with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce will host an interactive discussion on “Driving Business Profit through Social Media & Strategic Partnerships”
Thursday, August 11, 2016
3:00pm | FREE! | RSVP required
The Harlem Week event takes place at:

Columbia University, Alfred Lerner Hall, 
115th Street & Broadway 
economic dev day
SAVE THE DATE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016
 Silicon Harlem 3rd Annual Next Gen Tech and Media Conference
BROADBAND MATTERS

 

Silicon Harlem, 215 W. 125th St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10027

 

Sweetspot Festival Jamaican Indepen-Dance Celebration August 6th

Harlem Stand UP!

The 4th Annual JAMAICAN INDEPEN-DANCE!

August 6, 2016 – 2 PM – 9 PM

West Harlem Pier / 125th St & West Side Highway

Music by:

Father German

NYC Champion Sound RICE + PEAS

Deejay Gravy, Max Glazer

Origahnal Vibez, Micro Dan

and more surprise guests to be announced

FREE dancehall workshop by international choreographer, BLACKA DI CANCA

SEE YOU ON THE YAAD!

FLUX Public Art Projects Enjoy Last Week

Vivenzio Piece

Image Above: Untitled (luddite), Richard Vivenzio, 2016 [Sisal, dye, screws, shadow, gravity]

ARTIST TALK
Wednesday, May 25, 6pm-8pm 
Discussion begins at 6:30
Exhibition: Dreamers  These three artists, Gregory Saint Amand, Stefano Di Cicco and Roddy Wildeman, all living or working in Harlem, yet from vastly different backgrounds, Haiti, Italy and NJ respectively, discuss Harlem’s unavoidable inspiration in their work and how that fuses with their international travel and background.

LOCATION: Harlem Properties sponsored gallery, 163 Lenox Ave between 118 and 119th St., NYC
RSVP

Art Meets Farm

FLUX Public Art Projects, Final Week: May 25-31
  • May 25: 6-8pm, many artists at their installations sites, FREE
  • May 286-8pm, Odetta tour of FLUX Public Art Projects, RSVP
  • May 2811-1pm, Art meets Farm Family Brunch, TICKETS
  • LAST WEEKEND! May 28 & 2912-3pm,  many artists at their installations sites, FREE

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ARTIST TALK
Saturday May 28, noon – 2:00
Meet seven artists in FLUX Fair, Michele Brody, Linda Cunningham, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Alice Momm, Will Pappenheimer, Jose Soto, Susan Stair, and Kurt Steger.  ODETTA Director/Curator Ellen Hackl Fagan will lead this tour of works in FLUX Fair that range from traditional approaches to three-dimensional installations to ephemeral works that involve interactive technology and nature. Artist introductions and Q & A at each installation site.

MEETING LOCATION: Harlem Art Park on 120th between Lexington & Third Avenues
RSVP