A growing list of organizations that are committed to creating, memorializing, sharing, and uplifting the legacies of the black and brown community.
This list includes art collections, museums, non-profits, venues, collectives, events, and many others.
Photo Credit: Hampton University Museum
The PFF Collection of African American Art is a targeted initiative to bring focus to the full range of African-American visual creativity and its essential place in the history and discourse of American art.
An understanding of African-American art history is vital to a full understanding of American art history. The PFF collection offers continuing proof that African American art is integral to the rich tapestry of American creative tradition. Long overlooked, art of this caliber with its specific cultural voice is both essential and enlightening.
PFF’s mission of fostering a more complete understanding of African American art holds great promise for cross-cultural understanding and reconciliation, in this case, through a specific lens of the American experience.
The PFF Collection seeks to visually represent a cross-section of themes that speak not only to the African American community but also to the broader American community.
COSMiC is a new digital media platform reporting on the truth, the news, the culture, the music, the irresistibly interesting and everything in between. COSMiC is an online publication dedicated to crafting original content with a focus on Black lives, culture and voices.
Through quality journalism, readers will find content ranging from longform narratives, short stories, listicles, lifestyle, investigative and entertainment pieces.
The purpose of the Orlando Museum of Art is to interpret and present the most compelling art for the public to experience, and to positively affect people’s lives with innovative and inspiring education programs that will endure as a cultural legacy in Central Florida. The mission of the Orlando Museum of Art is to inspire creativity, passion and intellectual curiosity by connecting people with art and new ideas.
Orlando, FL US
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The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses the visual and performing arts as a point of departure for exploring new artistic production across a variety of disciplines. Through exhibitions, community programming and educational initiatives centered in social justice, MoCADA incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture.
The museum covers 658,000 square feet that includes more than 100 galleries, a 1,150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory.
A hallmark of the DIA is the diversity of the collection. In addition to outstanding American, European, Modern and Contemporary, and Graphic art, the museum holds significant works of African, Asian, Native American, Oceanic, Islamic, and Ancient art. In 2000, the DIA established the General Motors Center for African American Art as a curatorial department in order to broaden the museum's collection of African American art.
This collection is a journey we are taking to ensure we Preserve the Culture and History of African American/ African Artist.
A sacred space in Manhattan
The African Burial Ground is the oldest and largest known excavated burial ground in North America for both free and enslaved Africans. It protects the historic role slavery played in building New York, as a National Monument. Includes a visitors center, tours, and family-friendly events.
The African American Art & Culture Complex is a space for Black creatives to present, gather, and learn, while being a space for all to experience Black art and culture.
San Francisco/Bay Area, CA US
Revenue and relationships for art dealers
Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) has been a global destination, resource center and community institution for over a quarter century. The King Center is a 501(c)3. Nearly a million people each year make pilgrimage to the National Historic Site to learn, be inspired and pay their respects to Dr. King’s legacy.
At Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park you will find the places where Dr. King was born, lived, worked, worshipped, and is buried. The landmark area includes:
Photo Credits: The King Center
(IWPRG) is a catalyst for peace in diverse communities around the world. The IWPRG mission is to advance peace & understanding amongst all the nations, cultures and religions of the world through the creation of rose gardens that become magnets for youth & community activities.
Made up of nine gardens, including the
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
Peace through Nonviolence
The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial is a monument built between 2009 and 2011 in Washington, D.C., honoring the American Baptist minister, social activist, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Martin Luther King, Jr., who led the civil rights movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968. The monument is located along the west bank of the Tidal Basin, near the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and not far from the Lincoln Memorial, from which King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech during the March on Washington in August 1963.
One Love: Art & Music Festival is a 2-day event that connects artists and the community through performances, workshops, and exhibits.
9431 West St, Manassas, Virginia
BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT (BGWP) is an ecosystem created to support and empower Black women artists by promoting positive representation, sisterhood, and community - one that Founder Sasha-Loriene always wanted as a young girl. As such, BGWP is also a platform formed by a Black woman who paints that believes in increasing our visibility so young black girls can see themselves in the art world. In doing so, BGWP empowers Black women and girls to share their art and story because when we see ourselves, we believe in ourselves and encourage others to do the same.
Tessera Arts Collective is a non-profit arts organization founded in 2018 that supports womxn (including queer, trans, femme and non-binary) abstract artists of color by providing opportunities, resources, and programming that elevates their work and practice. Tessera currently operates a storefront studio & gallery space on Frankford Avenue located in the Kensington neighborhood of North Philadelphia . Tessera propels women artists of color to take their rightful place in the art world by providing a refuge to incubate and nurture creativity.
Founded in 2010 by Oakland native Anyka Barber, Betti Ono is an arts and culture space in Downtown Oakland’s Black Arts Movement & Business District (BAMBD). In addition to selling local art and design objects, Betti Ono also offers year-round public programming for the community. In 2018, Betti Ono was named Best of the Bay for “Boutique Art Gallery” by Oakland Magazine, and was also listed as one of five reasons to visit Oakland by Essence twice.
So Much is an art consulting firm that works to amplify the voices of
black art, women artists and the underrepresented in the "traditional" art space.
Whether you’re a seasoned investment collector in search of the next big artist or a young professional passionate about supporting black art, we will help grow your collection by connecting you to established and emerging artists.
We offer art advisory services to individual collectors, designers and businesses. We work with you to create a custom plan designed to meet your personal aesthetic, budget and goals.
We also offer one-on-one mentorship and management for emerging artists.
Afrochella is a celebration of Africa’s diverse culture and the vibrant work of African creatives & entrepreneurs.
The festival is designed to elevate and highlight the thrilling and thriving millennial talent in Africa by introducing an interactive event that teaches, explains and explores various cultures through a pioneering approach. Afrochellans will experience art and creative activations from the continent, celebrate African music, and taste premium and cultured cuisine.
CAC is an art and culture platform that focuses on contemporary art collecting, showcasing a multitude of artists and their talent to thousands of followers.
CAC discusses the relevant conversations and topics currently taking place in art, and examines potential paths of future development, the culture of contemporary art collecting, and how art itself can become a more prominent and meaningful part of people’s everyday lives.
Art of Noize is a multi-purpose artist studio in the Petworth area of Washington, DC.
Opened in 2017, Art of Noize gives artists a place to showcase their talents in an intimate setting. Art of Noize host events, to include our signature “Music & Manicure” event, that offers a variety of artistic media and performance disciplines in a “living room” setting, each reflecting one of our three pillars: art, film and music.
Visit, watch, learn, discuss, collaborate, welcome to Art of Noize.
The Arts Center opened in 2013. It is 9,300 square feet, and includes a 1,000 square feet Black Box Theater; space for five galleries/boutiques; a short term exhibition gallery called Blank Space SE, a café, and an 800 square feet lounge area.
We’re dedicated to creating a home for small businesses, artists, arts and cultural organizations to fulfill our commitment to the revitalization and sustainable economic development of Historic Anacostia.
1231 Good Hope Road, SE
Washington, DC 20020
The Gateway Arts Center is home to the Brentwood Arts Exchange, the 39th Street Gallery, and 12 artists studios - founded to support art and artists. Featuring exhibits, performances, and classes.
3901 Rhode Island Ave
Brentwood, MD 20722
The Brooklyn Museum stands on land that is part of the unceded, ancestral homeland of the Lenape (Delaware) people. Their mission is to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities.
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Busboys and Poets is a community gathering place. First established in 2005, Busboys and Poets was founded by owner Andy Shallal, an artist, activist and restaurateur. After opening the flagship location at 14th and V Streets, NW, the neighboring residents and progressive community embraced Busboys, particularly activists opposed to the Iraq War. Busboys and Poets is now located in seven distinctive neighborhoods in the Washington Metropolitan area and is a cultural hub for artists, activists, writers, thinkers and dreamers.
ArtX was founded in 2019 with the mission to help visual artists by giving them a centralized platform to promote their work, and reach new audiences and collectors.
We have a passion for highlighting diverse perspectives to empower all artists. We are working to make the world of art more accessible for everyone. We want to change the narrative.
Not only do we want to provide a platform that provides resources for artists and a place for them to be discovered, but also a safe space for people to educate themselves on the world of art and not feel intimidated. We are ArtX.
DC's Alternative Art Source
An extensive online publication focused exclusively on the visual arts.
ART X Lagos is West Africa’s premier international art fair, designed to showcase the best and most innovative contemporary and modern art from the African continent and its Diaspora.
Launched in 2016, the art fair has since become a cornerstone of the Lagos art calendar, drawing local patrons and a host of international collectors, curators, and critics annually. Since its debut, four editions of ART X Lagos have held, welcoming over 30,000 visitors to see the works of Africa’s leading, established and emerging artists. These attendees and the satellite exhibitions that have emerged in response to the fair, are undoubtedly indicators of Lagos’ position as a fast-emerging and exciting cultural hub.
Part American palace, part industrial shed, Park Avenue Armory fills a critical void in the cultural ecology of New York, supporting unconventional works in the performing and visual arts that cannot be fully realized in a traditional proscenium theater, concert hall, or white wall gallery. With its soaring column-free 55,000 square foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall and its array of exuberant period rooms, the Armory enables artists to create, students to explore, and wide audiences to experience epic, adventurous, relevant work that cannot be done elsewhere in New York.
Thompson Arts Center at Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Founded in October 2000 and currently published 10 times annually, the Brooklyn Rail provides an independent forum for arts, culture, and politics throughout New York City and far beyond.
Our journal, in addition to featuring local reporting; criticism of music, dance, film, and theater; and original fiction and poetry, covers contemporary visual art in particular depth.
Being independent from galleries and auction houses, we provide unbiased guidance in an opaque market . Navigating the art world with confidence is incredibly time consuming. We scrutinize and examine offerings and artists with care and due diligence to ensure we reduce transactional risk, provide price transparency, and offer an astute curatorial eye. Infusing education and expertise, we bring credible guidance to otherwise impulsive and passionate decisions,. It is our mandate to steer clients away from overpaying and avoid conflict of interest.
“Our focus is to develop a strong consultant client relationship to craft and then adhere to a defined collecting goal.”
Established in 2008 in Washington, DC, BloomBars is not something you can easily describe. Some have called it an artist and non-profit incubator, performance space, art gallery, theater, dance studio, screening room, youth academy, and center for health, wellness, and community engagement-They were all correct.
Both innovative and old-school wisdom, BloomBars is turning a concept to unite communities through the arts into a model for energizing and inspiring communities to strive for personal and collective progress.
The Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania believes in the power of art and artists to inform and inspire. The ICA is free for all to engage and connect with the art of our time.
CS Art Partners is focused on providing services to clients to take control of the culture they expose themselves to on a daily basis through the ownership of art. The acquisition of artwork creates relationships between the collector, art, and artists.
Finding the right works of art involves not only developing an understanding of the aesthetic appeal to a specific investor but also discovering an artist that has created something consistent with the investor’s taste.
New York, NY
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Let us introduce you to the newest and most exciting developments in contemporary art. Let us educate you with the knowledge of art experts and professionals. Let us delight you with luxurious accommodations and fine dining. Let us help you use your love of art to make a difference in the world.
Art consultation, curation, and Artist Representation
Carter Fine Art Services (CFAS) was started by Heather Carter, daughter of the reputable artist Robert Carter. Growing up she was surrounded by extraordinary art and artists. Given this exposure at an early age, she developed a passion for art and hence CFAS was born, focusing on art consultation, artist representation, and curation.
The Rubell Museum represents a new kind of institution serving as an advocate for a diverse mix of contemporary artists and resource for both the public and art world to engage in a dialogue with them. Since the Rubells moved to Miami 29 years ago, many museums and public collections have opened and the city has developed a vital arts ecology. They see their new museum as providing a context for art and exhibitions that are available to the public in South Florida and beyond. The new facility will also enable the Rubell Museum to show a unique sweep of contemporary art that cannot be found anywhere else, ranging from seminal works by artists the Rubells first met over 50 years ago and works by artists they just met last week.
Miami, FL US
The Justice Arts Coalition (JAC) unites teaching artists, arts advocates, currently and formerly incarcerated artists, and allies, harnessing the transformative power of the arts to reimagine justice. Through the sharing of resources, stories, and learning opportunities, JAC is building a nationwide collective of people who are committed to increasing opportunities for creative expression in carceral settings and shaping public dialogue around the intersection of the arts and justice.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) is the only major museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts.
With its collections, exhibitions, programs, and online content, the museum seeks to inspire dynamic exchanges about art and ideas. NMWA advocates for better representation of women artists and serves as a vital center for thought leadership, community engagement, and social change. The museum addresses the gender imbalance in the presentation of art by bringing to light important women artists of the past while promoting great women artists working today.
Washington, DC US
A collective of more than 60 women, and non-binary singers, who join together to breathe joy and song into the resistance, and to uplift and center women’s voices.
The Peoples’ virtual culture museum
A space for unapologetic Black creatives+lovers
A gathering of contemporary artists that engages with the broader community in the process ＆ creation of art.
For ten days in October, a curated group of artists from around the globe will travel to Washington, DC to paint larger-than-life murals at our annual celebration of art and creativity, the international mural festival called POW! WOW! DC.
Since its founding in Hawai’i of 2010 by Jasper Wong, POW! WOW! has expanded and grown into a global network of artists. It organizes the production of art, exhibitions, lecture series, creative community spaces, schools for art and music, concerts, and live art installations across the globe.
The Black Artist Fund is a nonprofit organization giving money directly to Black artists to combat systemic inequity in art.
The Studio Museum in Harlem’s permanent collection represents more than 700 artists, spans 200 years of history and includes over 2,500 works of art, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, watercolors, photographs, videos and mixed-media installations. The collection is a record of the growth of the institution and its activities, including its foundational Artist-in-Residence program. Throughout the Museum’s history we have proudly shown the collection and have been honored to loan works around the country and the world.
New York, NY US
Founded in early 2018 with the principle to provide artists the insight to advance their careers. Y2K has produced over 18 solo and group exhibitions.
We operate a transparent and comprehensive service by strategically focusing on the development of the artist in the evolving market.
Y2K group simultaneously advises personal and corporate collections. We guide clients with an active eye on current and historical artworks for acquisition.
Our mission is to collect, promote and preserve art from the African Diaspora by encouraging individuals and institutions to appreciate and acquire this art.
Since its inception, Diasporal Rhythms has continuously worked to accomplish its goal of growing the organization and expanding the appreciation of our visual arts culture—and the contemporary artists who create it—by hosting workshops, seminars, tours and special events.
Arena Stage is alive as a center for American Theater!
Guiding clients through a culture of Fine Art to experience the Art of Living. Learn the Art World from established Curators, Artist, and Collectors.
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) is a non-collecting institution dedicated to presenting the best and most exciting international, national, and regional art of our time. Founded in 1948, the Museum prides itself on presenting new art and documenting its role in modern life through exhibitions, lectures, original publications, and a variety of educational programs and events.
Cynthia’s Artistic Expression is a family owned art gallery and studio founded by two Gulf War Navy veterans located in beautiful Oceanside, CA. We have dedicated ourselves to serving the greater community with an emphasis on therapeutic art healing for veterans and active duty service members. We specialize in museum quality fine art and custom sip and paint parties.
The Black Art Experience (B.A.E.) is an event designed to set the platform for black art and increase awareness for black artists in America. Each event allows artists to display and sell their artwork to the community, along with various black-owned businesses, promoting economic wealth in the black community.
In the nearly four decades since establishing Peg Alston Fine Arts, Peg Alston has emerged as this country’s foremost private dealer specializing in works by African American artists and other artists of African descent, as well as select pieces of traditional African sculpture. In addition to handling art created by gifted emerging and mid-career artists, Peg Alston has sold works by some of the most renowned 20th Century Black masters.
New York, NY US
We are dedicated to promoting creativity as a force for personal empowerment and community engagement. We also strive to provide a home for non-mainstream programming in the DC area.
We host programs that promote creativity in all its forms. These include concerts, workshops, performances, talks, exhibitions, and demonstration projects in areas such as art, music, technology, theater, local food, poetry, as well as in more esoteric fields of knowledge.
Washington, DC US
The Scarab Club is an enduring home for the cultivation and celebration of the visual, literary, and performing arts in Detroit. In welcoming all drawn to creative expression and artistic excellence, we aim to foster a stronger, more vibrant arts community.
The American Visionary Art Museum seeks to build upon the ancient Native American Vision Quest, and other similar self-revelatory journeys undertaken by visionaries in different times, cultures, and places. We seek to draw attention to America's history as a mecca for forward-looking innovators, optimists, dreamers and doers -highlighting the sense that America is at her best when she actively remembers that many of her greatest citizens were very much self-taught, self-made pioneers.
Baltimore, MD US
An interactive community & platform highlighting the spectrum of motherhood.
Welcome to the site that celebrates Black womxn as the beautiful goddesses that they are. My name is Olesha Haskett and I am a traveling boudoir photographer based in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, www.ohexperience.com. My business caters exclusively to black womxn being empowered and liberated through boudoir.
As I was looking for inspiration for my own boudoir experiences I realized quickly that there were not many boudoir images of Black womxn. Please feel free to browse the directory of amazing and talented professional Black photographers that make Black womxn not only look good, but feel good too!
The Savannah Music Festival (SMF) is dedicated to presenting world-class celebrations of the musical arts by creating timeless and adventurous productions that stimulate arts education, foster economic growth and unite artists and audiences in Savannah.
Savannah, Georgia, US
Conceived and founded by artist Mark Bradford, activist Allan DiCastro, and philanthropist and art collector Eileen Harris Norton, Art + Practice (A+P) is a private operating 501(c)3 foundation based in Leimert Park, Los Angeles.
A+P’s mission is twofold:
(1) collaborate with a nonprofit social service provider (i.e. First Place for Youth) to support the needs of 18 to 24-year-old foster youth who are transitioning into adulthood, and
(2) provide free access to museum-curated contemporary art celebrating artists of color.
A collection of vernacular photographs celebrating African-American life.
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A visual collection of black British art.
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Ocean Africa is an innovative platform championing exciting artwork celebrating Africa and its vast diaspora to an audience of collectors, curators and artists around the world.
We work closely with artists, galleries and institutions globally to offer forward-thinking forms of art.
We connect new and existing audiences to expansive cultural programs and superior curation. Ocean Africa encourages meaningful and innovative ways for communities to celebrate creativity and diversity.
Black Women in Visual Art (BWVA) is an organization for womxn, visual art and culture professionals of the African Diaspora. BWVA aims to foster networks, share resources and develop programs with the goal of increasing visibility for women in the global majority. BWVA was created to steward and nurture enduring representation and leadership in the visual arts and cultural sector.
Promote lasting equity in the visual arts and cultural ecosystem
Cultivate effective mentorship across the sector
Participate in arts advocacy
Provide opportunities for educational + professional development
WE SERVE: Art Historians. Museum Directors. Arts Educators. Art Professors. Cultural Organization Workers. Arts Administrators and Managers. Curators. Arts Entrepreneurs. Art Critics and Writers. Whether emerging in the art world or a long standing Director, we want to CONNECT, CULTIVATE and THRIVE with you!
Experience portraiture beyond the frame. Our collections present people of remarkable character and achievement. These Americans—artists, politicians, scientists, inventors, activists, and performers—form our national identity. They help us understand who we are and remind us of what we can aspire to be. Get to know us at the National Portrait Gallery. We look forward to sharing the faces and stories of inspiring Americans with you.
Washington, DC US
A Washington, DC-based nonprofit health, education, and arts organization.
Our mission is to develop and promote healing practices that explore physical, emotional, and mental wellness and lead to life-affirming changes. We offer programs for the community and specialize in serving people with cancer and utilizing the arts in healing.
Founded in 2018 as a place where people come together to socialize, shop, eat, and discover. Here you can find the latest products and specialty goods from a few awesome Richmond entrepreneurs.
Richmond, VA US
The Corentyne Cottage House opened its doors with a group of artists from the Motherland and her diaspora. We have the opportunity to discuss with the guidance of curator Khalifa Dieng (Senegal) what current trends are happening in West Africa. Including the return of portraits and the painterly approach.
The Corentyne Cottage House, an art salon in its most casual of iterations hopes to share a curiosity in art, literature, music and cuisine when possible.
Established in 1981, Newark Arts was created to advance and expand the resources and offerings of arts and cultural organizations in the great city of Newark, New Jersey.
Newark Arts provides leadership, direction, and technical assistance through partnerships with Newark’s many artists, arts administrators, community organizations, community development corporations, planning groups, economic development agencies, and government agencies as well as the general public.
Newark Arts’ goal is to share resources, develop collaborations and cross-functional opportunities, promote advocacy efforts, assist in audience development and public awareness of arts and culture, and serve as a cultural resource to the community.
The South Bend Museum of Art features a full spectrum of historical and contemporary art in five galleries. A wide range of artistic traditions are taught in our world-class art studios.
The South Bend Museum of Art affirms the enduring power of the visual arts to reflect and create community, engage minds, and nurture growth through exhibitions, collections and educational programs.
South Bend, Indiana US
As the preeminent institution devoted to the art of the United States, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the full range of twentieth-century and contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists. The Whitney is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting American art, and its collection—arguably the finest holdings of twentieth-century American art in the world—is the Museum's key resource. The Museum's flagship exhibition, the Biennial, is the country's leading survey of the most recent developments in American art.
New York, NY US
A visual collection of art of the diaspora, curated by Jason Campbell.
Crosby “ClockWork Cros” is a Surrealist artist who was born and raised in the Lower East Side of New York. His clocks challenge ideas about disposability, longevity and reputation, while exploring the consumption of celebrity. Post-post-modern, Crosby's clocks sail across media platforms and technology, but also look back to a time of the handmade. He hand makes his clocks in his native NYC studio, re-envisioning iconic images of luminaries.
Jaquawna is motivating melanated millennials to embrace the miracle of mother nature while maiming misguided mindsets & mentalities.
The Creative Collective NYC is a community and creative agency dedicated to curating Brave Spaces for creatives of color. Our biggest event is CultureCon but throughout the year, we work with incredible brands to help them reach our community in impactful ways.
The mission of the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) is to collect, display, and interpret objects that document contemporary and historic innovation in craft, art, and design. In its exhibitions and educational programs, the Museum celebrates the creative process through which materials are crafted into works that enhance contemporary life.
New York, NY US
A community interest company focusing on connecting people with the natural world in creative and collaborative ways. Through innovative teaching and experiential learning, Cordwainers Grow hopes to connect and inspire a network of social and environmental innovators.
Both a travel and contemporary art platform inspired exclusively by Africa and its diaspora.
Broccoli City is building thriving urban communities that sustain future generations by mobilizing and educating urban millennials through social impact campaigns and major events. Through our programs we are creating higher standards of sustainable living, environmental sustainability, and community engagement.
A curated selection of events, including the BC 5k Run & Fitness, Broccoli Conference, BC Art & Music All Night, and the main event Broccoli City festival, held in our Nation’s Capital.
A community of more than 20,400 Friends who share a taste for art and culture, and who support us every year, contributing to the development of the Museum.
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
Avenida Abandoibarra, 2
Pop-Up exhibit curated by the Planet Detroit & The A.W.E. Society
Parrish Art Museum Members support our mission of bringing art and people together. To express our gratitude, we provide free unlimited admission, special invitations, a greater opportunity to engage with art, artists, and the Museum—and much more.
Sean & John are identical twin tap dancers. At the age of 6, they started training with tap master Alfred Desio at The Colburn School of Performing Arts in Los Angeles, California. They have been tap dancing together professionally since the age of 8 years old. The energy and originality they bring to their performance is mind-blowing! They took the traditional style of the past and Hip Hop moves of today and created their own unique combination. They have worked with Worked alongside Beyonce, Stevie Wonder, Prince, have been featured on several television shows, and much more!
The mission of Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation is to further the pioneering vision of the choreographer, dancer, and cultural leader Alvin Ailey by building an extended cultural community which provides dance performances, training and education, and community programs for all people. This performing arts community plays a crucial social role, using the beauty and humanity of the African-American heritage and other cultures to unite people of all races, ages and backgrounds.
Broadway Dance Center is a drop-in dance studio, which means you can stop by at any time and take classes from our daily schedule.
We offer over 350 classes weekly, taught by some of the world's most renowned teachers and choreographers. Our continued dedication to the international dance community, state-of-the-art studios, and our location in the heart of the New York City Theater District make us the ultimate destination for dancers around the globe.
Comprising more than 80 professionals, our faculty is fully committed to your development and training. You’re sure to find a favorite teacher in this diverse group! Our teachers work professionally in various aspects of industry and bring their expertise and knowledge into the classroom.
Creating original content that influences culture.
Powering the arts to change lives in the community of Newark.
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