Harlem Arts Stroll features the following galleries, art spaces and businesses:

  • Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center, 2785 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (at 148th Street) New York, NY 10039, (2120862-2787,
    • Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center is a community-based arts center, serving young people and families in need. The Center hosts gallery dynamic exhibitions featuring the works of established professional artists and community artists, as well as program participants. We partner with community organizations to host meetings, workshops, and special events.   
  • Harlem Needle Arts
    • Harlem Needle Arts (HNA) is a cultural art institute at the forefront of revolutionizing, preserving and expanding the narrative of fiber, textile, design, and needle arts through exhibitions, education, project learning, lectures, film, technical support, economic development and tools to enhance quality of life through art.
  • Gadson Gallery
    • Laura R. Gadson is a Harlem based quilt, fiber and mixed media artist known for her work in the art of quilted portraits. She has made a Harlem brownstone her home, studio and private gallery since 1994.
  • La Maison d’Art: 259 West 132nd Street, New York, NY 10027, (718) 593-4108,
    • La Maison d’Art is a unique private art gallery set up to accommodate not just a particular medium, but to unite artists from a variety of backgrounds: visual, spoken word, dance, film, etc. aimed to provoke discussions, debates and critique about the role of art in society. We seek to create a space where cultural, social or political artists can present their work and to discuss, debate and critique all forms of art and from there cultural, social and political ideas as a whole
  • Calabar Gallery: 2504 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (@134th Street), New York, NY 10030, (646) 964-5062,
    • Calabar Gallery showcases contemporary African Artists and African Diaspora artists globally. Curated by Atim Annette Oton, each artist selected has work that deals with the complexities of the African experience. Based in Harlem, featured artworks are inspired and influenced by black African culture globally with a focus on dynamic ideas about art and society. Work will include: paintings, sculptures, watercolors, drawings, pastels, prints, photographs, mixed-media works and installations. Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
  • Neighborhood Woman’s Collective (NWC): 2494 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10030, (914) 257-3635,
    • Neighborhood Woman’s Collective (NWC)  is not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging women and girls to become active in their communities and confident of their own power. NWC THRIFT & Vintage, a thrift store/business incubator, is the mechanism through which NWC provides this knowledge. Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
  • Harlem Pride, Inc., 42 Macombs Place, New York, NY  10039, (347) 846-0362 Ext. 1,, Facebook: Twitter:
    • Harlem Pride, Inc.‘s  mission is to advocate for, educate, promote, and unite Harlem’s Same Gender Loving/LGBT individuals, organizations and supporters in cultivating a sense of honor, dignity and respect for our diverse culture and community.
  • ImageNation Cinema Foundation2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (121st & 122nd Sts.), New York, NY 10027, (212) 340-1874
    • ImageNation Cinema Foundation is a Harlem-based media arts group, founded with the goal of establishing a chain of art-house cinemas, dedicated to progressive media by and about people of color. Through a variety of exhibitions and programs, ImageNation edifies its audience. We foster media equity, media literacy, solidarity, cross-cultural exchange and highlight the humanity of Pan-African people worldwide
  • Shrine, 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10030, (212) 690-7807
    • Shrine is a multimedia arts and culture venue, founded in 2007 by musicians and music lovers in the music capital of Harlem, USA. It is dedicated to art and culture in all mediums: film, theater, dance, and live music. Shrine World Music Venue’s mission is to establish a positive creative atmosphere for both artists and audiences from all backgrounds.Shrine is an independent live music venue and we only book independent artists, groups and live bands.
  • Harlem Brewing Company
    • Harlem Brewing manufactures craft beverages. Its flagship Sugar Hill Golden Ale and Harlem Renaissance Wit both celebrate the rich history of Harlem.
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