top of page

harlem is… was created in partnership with dozens of amazing and innovative schools, community groups, and teaching artists who all share our commitment and enthusiasm for local history and arts education. We thank each of you for years of outstanding contributions to the harlem is… public art project.

Education, Performance, and Administrative Directors

Grace Ali

Timothy Chu

Johnathan Greenberg

Deirdre Hollman

Randall Kennedy

Linda Muller

Joshua Price Kol

Harlem Schools

PS 76 A Phillip Randolph

PS 149 Sojourner Truth

PS 241 Family Academy

PS 242

PS 197

PS 123 Mahalia Jackson

PS 154 Harriet Tubman

MS 336 Writers Today & Leaders Tomorrow (Washington Heights)

Beacon High School (Manhattan)

Frederick Douglass Academy II

G.P. Brown Computer School

High School for Mathematics, Science and Engineering at City College

John Jay College (Manhattan)

Mott Hall 11

The Computer School (Manhattan)

Teaching Artists


Jake Aldrich

Jade Banks

Iam Beck

Michelle Bishop

Dietrice Bolden

Patrick Brennan

Daniel Carlton

Derek Cross

Randy Dottin

Hassan El Gende

Kamani Folin

Vickie Fremont

Edwin Gonzalez-Oneida

Linda Humes

M. Scott Johnson

Benja K Little

Betsy Kelleher

Randy Luna

Charles Mack

Iyaba Mandingo

Dindga McCannon

Michael Mustafa

Misha Omo

Antwon Robinson

Chapella Stewart

Tuna Thorn

Flo Wiley

Exhibition & Program Site Partners

Aaron Davis Hall, The City College of New York

Apollo Theater

Bank Street College

Banco Popular Harlem

Boro of Manhattan Community College

Cathedral of St John the Divine

Countee Cullen Library

Dwyer Cultural Center

El Museo Del Barrio

Federal Hall

Galleria del Barrio

Great Hall at Columbia University

Henry Street Settlement

The Interchurch Center

Julio de Burgos Arts Center

The Malcolm X & Betty Shabazz Memorial

    and Educational Center

MIST Harlem

Mural Pavilion at Harlem Hospital Center

Museum of the City of New York

National Black Theatre

Riverside Church

Saint Augustine Episcopal Church

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

South Street Seaport Museum

Taller Boricua Gallery

Trinity Church

United Palace Theater

For further information on how you can become part of the harlem is... project,

Contact: Community Works NYC, 55 West End Ave., New York, NY 10023


Barbara Horowitz | Phone: 917-757-2422

bottom of page