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, FootPrint – Design and Creativity in Sneaker Culture will celebrate the cultural, societal, and aesthetic impact of the sneaker through … 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

Kwanzaa Celebration: Regeneration Night

Featuring: Abdel R. Salaam’s Forces of Nature Dance Theatre With Special Guests: Mumu Fresh, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Harlem Children’s Zone and others Hosted by: Imhotep Gary Byrd The tradition of … Continued

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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

J. Hoard

If anyone were to lead a music revolution, it would be New York-based singer and songwriter known as J. Hoard. He is the former vocalist of the legendary curated hip … Continued