Recognize The Diversity of Artists in NYC at The Studio Museum
Take the important time and energy required to recognize the diversity of artists in New York City with a trip to The Studio Museum. They regularly host event series, gallery tours, performances, workshops, and conversations with artists. The Studio is an international destination for artists of African and Latino descent, offering artist-in-residence programs, prizes, and other opportunities to working artists. See here for upcoming exhibitions and collections.
When you’re done seeing everything the museum has to offer, make your way to Sylvia’s. Named for the “Queen of Soul Food,” expect to indulge in savory dishes like oven baked half chicken, fried fish, and baked ham. If you still have room when you’re done, split one of Sylvia’s delicious Southern desserts, such as the peach cobbler or sweet potato pie. This Harlem spot is a favorite drop-in spot for political leaders including Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama, and Bill Clinton, all of whom have dined here.
The Studio Museum
The Studio Museum in Harlem, 144 West 125th Street
328 Malcolm X Blvd, Manhattan