Lil’ Studio: The Color Of Jazz at Harlem Branch Library on February 9th

Stanley Whitney
Untitled (05-2010) (detail), 2010
Oil on linen, 12 x 12 in.
The Studio Museum in Harlem; Museum purchase with funds provided by the Acquisition Committee 2012.16.1

Hey kids! Grab your Mom, Dad, Grandparent or Babysitter……

Lil’ Studio: The Color of Jazz (Session B) is a free event for parents, caregivers and organizations along with little ones ages 2.5 to 4 years old. They will enjoy making art and other activities that encourage creative time and bonding ~ listening to jazz as they create their own mini canvas inspired by the artwork of painter Stanley Whitney.

Lil’ Studio is part of inHarlem, The Studio Museum in Harlem’s initiative designed to explore innovative ways to work in the community while taking the Museum beyond its own walls.

New York Public Library Harlem Branch is located at 9 West 124th Street, across the street from Marcus Garvey Park. The event will take place between 11:00am and Noon.

When you leave, check out the Little Free Libraries in Marcus Garvey Park, directly across the street, and inHarlem/Studio Museum in partnership with the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance art installation ~ Maren Hassinger: Monuments, eight art installations in the Park, on view to June 10, 2019 ~ and two new art installations curated by Marcus Garvey Park Alliance/Public Art Initiative entitled I Don’t Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by José Carlos Casado and Peaceful Perch by Kim Dacres and Daniel A. Matthews.

Now ~ just take 124th Street to Lenox Ave & treat yourself to a root beer float at Harlem Shake, a culinary work of art.

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