Jun 30, 2015
Renaissance House Seeks Volunteers for 15th Annual Reading of Frederick Douglass’ Speech “What Does Fourth of July Mean to the Negro” on July 4 at Inkwell Beach. FREE. Potluck Lunch Served. On July 3-Poets Afaa Michael Weaver and Rich Michelson
Jun 29, 2015
Renaissance House Writers and Artists Retreat in Martha’s Vineyard Presents “It Don't Matter If You're Black or White" with Award-Winning Poets Afaa Michael Weaver and Rich Michelson on “Ethnic, Macho, Poetry” at Katharine Cornell Theater
Jun 23, 2015
One Love: LGBTQ & Friends Party has Pop-Up Interviews by Sister2Sister’s Jamie Foster Brown with Monifah Carter and Terez Mychelle of R&B Divas, B.O.R.N to Style Cast, American Idols’ Frenchie Davis, James Earl Hardy, Nona Hendryx and Others
Jun 22, 2015
Bold New Voices: Past, Present and Future Presents Screening of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Pan African Film "Julius Caesar." Features Talk Back on History of Black Actors Performing Shakespeare Dating Back to Ira Aldridge as Othello in 1833.
Jun 15, 2015
Strawberry One-Act Festival Features Over 30 Plays from Mainstream to Multicultural Competing for Top Awards at Harlem's Tato Laviera Theatre. Launch Party and Pioneer of the Arts Awards at Poet’s Den Theatre on July 26.
Jun 07, 2015
Bold New Voices: Past, Present and Future, produced by MIST Harlem and Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre, is multicultural series of music, theater, film and literary events. Series kicks off with all female reading of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.
Jun 01, 2015
Blues Artist Joshua2 Performances Unites People through Love and Healing of the Blues. His "Pentecostal Blues” Show at MIST Harlem Blends Blues, Gospel, Folk, R&B/ Soul and Country Music. Includes Salute to B.B. King’s Musical Gift to the World.
May 27, 2015
Blues Artist Joshua2 Presents A Musical Performance Celebrating the Blues and Uniting People Together through the Love and Healing of the Blues. "Pentecostal Blues Concert" Blends Blues, Gospel, Folk, R &B and Country Music. “Blues is a Healer.”
May 27, 2015
Graca Machel spoke at My Image Studios in Harlem (MIST Harlem) about empowering South Africa’s women and children. The widow of Nelson Mandela and Mozambique president Samora Machel, she is the only woman to have been first lady of two countries
May 22, 2015
“Natural Beauty" exhibit in Harlem by photographer and healthcare advocate Yvonne Rubie, MPH. She was involved in President Obama’s historic 2009 White House Forum on Health Reform. Also created award-winning African American doll Huggy Bean.