Posts Tagged ‘Sugar Hill Building’

Art For The People – A Q&A With Sandra Garcia-Betancourt

Art For The People – A Q&A With Sandra Garcia-Betancourt

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Since it first opened its doors on October of 2015, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling has been a welcoming oasis for the arts for people of all ages. More than a just a museum for children, the Sugar Hill Museum has become an artistic, social and cultural […]


07/16/16: 2 New Exhibits @ The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

07/16/16: 2 New Exhibits @ The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

Have you been to the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling yet? Housed in the simply breathtaking Sugar Hill Project building, the museum boasts an impressive art collection that appeals to all not just kids. Since first opening its doors late last year, the museum has been a welcoming presence inviting the community […]


Inside Harlem’s New Starchitect-Designed Children’s Museum | Hyperallergic

Inside Harlem’s New Starchitect-Designed Children’s Museum | Hyperallergic

by Carey Dunne The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling, which opened this past weekend in Harlem, says its target audience is kids between ages three and eight — which is “the age cohort identified as most open to learning through the arts,” according to their website. But art lovers of any age, Peter Pan Syndrome–afflicted or […]


‘If You Build It’ Closing Weekend @ Sugar Hill Building

‘If You Build It’ Closing Weekend @ Sugar Hill Building

All good things must come to an end. While that is certainly true, you still have this weekend to take in all the art awesomeness that this expansive and ambitious art exhibit has to offer. 22 artists took over and transformed the space, displaying works that celebrate Uptown as well as touched upon such topics […]


‘If You Build It,’ a Local Show Celebrating Local Art | NY Times

‘If You Build It,’ a Local Show Celebrating Local Art | NY Times

By HOLLAND COTTER In 2009, when a bad economy left commercial spaces vacant across New York City, an itinerant nonprofit art group called No Longer Empty started filling some of them — a storefront on West 23rd Street, the closed-up Tower Records on lower Broadway — with art. This summer, the organization adds a twist […]

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