10. The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Studio Museum in Harlem, founded in 1968 by a collective of artists, activists and philanthropists, is a hub for work inspired by black culture, as well as a link for artists of African descent. “Studio,” in its name, refers to the Artist-in-Residence program, which has served over 100 emerging artists since its establishment. The Studio Museum recently extended out into the city with its inHarlem exhibit, outdoor art installations in four Harlem parks.
SAT AND SUN TOUR INFO: Thematic tours and workshops, will take place during OHNY Weekend. Tours will depart from the lobby at 2:00 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on both days.
Most ARTNOIR: City of Cultural Exchange sites are Open Access and may be visited free-of- charge on a drop-in basis. Days and tour times vary. For more information, visit OHNY.