Cinematography: Shifting the Looking GlassRSVP
FootPrint – Design & Creativity in Sneaker Culture
May 17, 2021
Presented by Apollo Theater Education, Harlem 2020, and GoodThin.gs, FootPrint – Design and Creativity in Sneaker Culture will celebrate the cultural, societal, and aesthetic impact of the sneaker through interactive storytelling, demonstrations, and conversations with leaders from the creative and business industries.View Details
ImageNations’s Cocktails & Sol Cinema
May 20, 2021
ImageNation, an innovative Harlem-based company, partners with the Apollo to present quarterly socials featuring premier and advance screenings of Pan-African films, preceded by a reception with a live DJ/performance, followed by a talkback. The series will feature films, primarily directed by people of color, that explore the history, examine social issues, and highlight the humanity of Pan-African people in the genres of drama, science fiction, animation, comedy, documentary, experimental, and emerging media.View Details
In Case You Missed It
Apollo Music Café: Infinity Song
A Look Back on Laughter
WOW: Women of the World FestivalBuy On Demand Tickets
Kwanzaa Celebration: Regeneration Night
Apollo Teen Takeover 2020: Dear Future…
In Conversation: John Legend & Salamishah Tillet
In Conversation with D-Nice
In Conversation: Apollo Theater Celebrates Harlem Week 2020
In Conversation with Gospel Artist Donald Lawrence
Scene & Heard
Dear Justyce: Nic Stone Conversation With Angie Thomas
In this highly anticipated sequel to her New York Times bestseller Dear Martin, author Nic Stone delivers an unflinching look into the flawed practices and silenced voices in the American juvenile justice system, focusing on an incarcerated teen, Quan, who writes letters to Justyce about his experiences in the American juvenile justice system. Stone will read excerpts from her book and discuss her writing with author Angie Thomas (The Hate U Give) on the day of the book’s release.
Apollo Live Wire: Aretha!
Live Wire takes a deep dive into the artistry of Aretha Franklin with a conversation led by writer and cultural critic Emily J. Lordi and three scholars and culture workers — Fredara Hadley, DJ Lynnée Denise, and Portia Maultsby. The discussion will provide an opportunity to learn more about the still understudied subject of Franklin’s musicianship.
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