Harlem Heritage Public Art Tour
- Duration: 180 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: New York City, N.Y.
"If These Streets Could Talk"
Harlem Heritage Public Art Tour, in the public urban expanse of Harlem exists works that provide an intersection between past and present, images that conjure great legacies, art that makes the voice sing and the feet dance, pictures that invigorate the environment, telling stories, reflecting and revealing the beautiful culture that makes Harlem - Harlem.
Walk the historic streets of Harlem with born / raised Harlem tour guide equipped with portable audio/visual devices, presenting insightful narrative while playing applicable music and video. A mix of visual, urban and sculptural art sites blended with the telling of 20th century Harlem history and the role art and art advocacy has played during iconic periods such as the Harlem Renaissance, Great Depression and Civil Rights Movement. Like the perfect combination of gallery exhibition and Harlem history lesson.
Date: September 23rd, 2022
Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM - covers about 1 mile of low impact walking.
Meet: Harlem Heritage Tourism and Cultural Center. 104 Malcolm X Boulevard between 115th - 116th Street. #2 and #3 trains arrive directly on the IRT line (red on subway map).
Price: $35.00 per person.
Included: Bottle of water and light refreshments at beginning of tour.
Storage space for luggage and such in our cultural center while you are on tour.
For additional information feel free to contact us at 212 280-7888 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org