Membership Events

8 events found.

Date/TimeTitle/DescriptionLocationAudience
Thu, February 16
@ 6:30 PM
Black History Month
15th Annual Black History Month Concert at the Schomburg Center featuring avant-garde jazz pianist-composer Aruán Ortiz. **This event is sold out.*** IN-PERSON The Schomburg Center presents the Harlem Chamber Players 15th Annual Black History Month Celebration. This live music concert will feature the world premiere of Aruán Ortiz’s Episodes in an Unforeseen Departure as well as solo works for piano and music by Valerie Coleman, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and Terrance McKnight’s own juxtapositi…
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers
Wed, February 22
@ 6:30 PM
Black History Month
Elder's Corner is a musical voyage of rediscovery told through the lives and work of Nigeria's long forgotten and pioneering musicians. IN-PERSON The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is proud to present the African Film Festival, Inc. Annual Black History Month film screening. This year's film is Elder's Corner is directed by Adesiji Awoyinka. Elder's Corner is a musical voyage of rediscovery. Filmmaker Siji Awoyinka pays tribute to the countless Nigerian musicians whose vibrant…
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers
Wed, March 1
@ 6:30 PM
A celebration of the seventieth anniversary of Ralph Ellison's seminal text "Invisible Man" IN-PERSON In celebration of the seventieth anniversary of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, The Studio Museum in Harlem, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and Cave Canem commissioned poets Cameron Awkward-Rich, Kadeem Gayle, and Lorelei Williams to create ekphrastic poems inspired by the novel and Elizabeth Catlett’s sculpture Invisible Man: A Memorial to Ralph Ellison (2003). Join us for…
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers
Mon, March 6
@ 7 PM
Women's History Month
Opening night of the Women's Jazz Festival celebrates women of the African diaspora and their contributions to the sounds of jazz. IN-PERSON The Schomburg Center’s annual Women's Jazz Festival (WJF) is celebrating 31 years of centering Black women in the field of jazz. The Women’s Jazz Festival was founded in 1992 by then Harlem resident and jazz vocalist, Melba Joyce. Year after year, the festival and its curators have brought together musicians, dancers and a melding of musical genres to del…

There is an admission charge for this event.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers
Mon, March 13
@ 7 PM
Women's History Month
Women's Jazz Festival celebrates women of the African diaspora and their contributions to the sounds of jazz. IN-PERSON The Schomburg Center’s annual Women's Jazz Festival (WJF) is celebrating 31 years of centering Black women in the field of jazz. The Women’s Jazz Festival was founded in 1992 by then Harlem resident and jazz vocalist, Melba Joyce. Year after year, the festival and its curators have brought together musicians, dancers and a melding of musical genres to deliver an exciting seri…

There is an admission charge for this event.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers
Mon, March 20
@ 7 PM
Women's History Month
Women's Jazz Festival celebrates women of the African diaspora and their contributions to the sounds of jazz. IN-PERSON The Schomburg Center’s annual Women's Jazz Festival (WJF) is celebrating 31 years of centering Black women in the field of jazz. The Women’s Jazz Festival was founded in 1992 by then Harlem resident and jazz vocalist, Melba Joyce. Year after year, the festival and its curators have brought together musicians, dancers and a melding of musical genres to deliver an exciting seri…

There is an admission charge for this event.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults
Fri, April 14
@ 10 AM
The 2023 Black Comic Book Festival marks 11 years of bringing together animators, Blerds, bloggers, cosplay lovers, fans, families, illustrators, independent publishers, and writers to celebrate Black comic books and graphic novels and provides a platform to get the works directly to readers. This annual event features panel discussions, workshops, and cosplay showcases, and highlights the work of creators from across the country. #SchomCom2023 | SchomCom Art by T.J. Sterling The 11th a…
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers,

Businesspeople,

Children
Sat, April 15
@ 10 AM
The 2023 Black Comic Book Festival marks 11 years of bringing together animators, Blerds, bloggers, cosplay lovers, fans, families, illustrators, independent publishers, and writers to celebrate Black comic books and graphic novels and provides a platform to get the works directly to readers. This annual event features panel discussions, workshops, and cosplay showcases, and highlights the work of creators from across the country. #SchomCom2023 | SchomCom Art by T.J. Sterling The 11th a…
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureAdults,

50+,

Book Lovers,

Businesspeople,

Children