Apollo Live Wire: Hazel Scott

Hazel Scott: The Darling of Café Society Curated and Directed by Karen Chilton Musical Direction by Damien Sneed As we celebrate Black Music Month, tune in to the encore presentation … Continued

Encore Presentation: FootPrint – Design & Creativity in Sneaker Culture

Overview 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 … Continued

ImageNation’s Cocktails and Sol Cinema

MUSE: Black Art Unseen ImageNation brings together a diverse collection of short films in a variety of genres ranging from documentary and experimental to psychological thriller in an evening that … Continued

Cinematography: Shifting the Looking Glass

Overview Cinematography has always had the power to make people believe; to transport them to new worlds; to give them a new perspective and enable the sharing of stories. During … Continued

FootPrint – Design & Creativity in Sneaker Culture

Overview 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 … Continued

Apollo Live Wire (Encore): ARETHA!

In celebration of the birthday of Apollo Legend and the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, we present an encore presentation of Aretha!, Apollo Education’s Live Wire on the life and … Continued

WOW: Women of the World Festival

Overview The Apollo’s 2021 WOW (Women of the World) Festival features a phenomenal lineup of more than 80 artists, thought leaders, authors, and activists including Adeline, Aunjanue Ellis; Elaine Welteroth, … Continued

Apollo Women: Performance and Activism

“You can’t help it. An artist’s duty, as far as I’m concerned, is to reflect the times.” -Nina Simone Be inspired by legendary Apollo women who used their musical talents … Continued

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 … Continued

Uptown Hall: MLK and the Fierce Urgency of Now!

In Collaboration with March on Washington Film Festival WNYC and the Apollo Theater presented the 15th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration, “MLK and the Fierce Urgency of … Continued