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Studio Magazine

Studio magazine is a leading art publication with a focus on contemporary artists of African descent. In its second decade, Studio continues to celebrate artists and inform audiences through thought-provoking essays, insightful conversations,
and more.

Something Beautiful Waiting There for You: A Conversation with Kahlil Robert Irving

The artist speaks about community, craft, and his exhibition at MoMA.

 

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Artist in Residence View All

Texas Isaiah on (Intimate) Community

The poignancy of Texas Isaiah’s work lies in his ability to reimagine the healing potential of photography for Black people, particularly Black trans, gender expansive, and nonbinary folks.

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Widline Cadet: Preserving (Imagined) Worlds

Widline Cadet’s photographs entangle the past with the present as she uses the medium to communicate the often intangible feeling of being an immigrant. 

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Jacolby Satterwhite Harmonizes (with the) Material

When one is immersed in Jacolby Satterwhite’s films and installations, a dissolution occurs.

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Genesis Jerez: (Family) Record of Imagination

In Genesis Jerez’s mixed-media paintings, there is an ongoing mediation between formalist concerns and the demands of deeply personal subject matter.

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Introducing the 2021–22 Artists in Residence

The Studio Museum in Harlem is thrilled to announce Cameron GrangerJacob Mason-Macklin, and Qualeasha Wood as the newest members of th

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Education View All

Partners in Conversation: Kahmia Moise

In this Partners in Conversation, Studio Museum School & Community Partnership Manager Jennifer Harley speaks with Kahmia Moise, a long-time staff member at the Ali Forney Center Drop-In Center in Harlem.

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Partners in Conversation: Ms. Muñoz

Partners in Conversation is an interview series that highlights the Studio Museum’s partnership educators, school leadership, artists, and community organization staff. These interviews seek to document and archive their experiences and to share their stories—in their own words—of connecting to the Studio Museum, Harlem, and artists of African descent.

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Making Space & Marking Time

I have seen how change begins through healing and as an art therapist and educator, I am deeply in

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Studio Check In View All

Studio Check In With Brett Cook

In this Studio Check In, Ilk Yasha speaks with Brett Cook, an interdisciplinary artist and educator who was an artist in residence at The Studio Museum in Harlem from 1997 to 1998.

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Studio Check In With Alexsandra Mitchell

In this Studio Check In, Ilk Yasha speaks with Alexsandra Mitchell, who participated in the Museum Education Practicum at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.

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Expanding The Walls View All

Expanding the Walls: Past, Present, and Future

With excerpts from former Director of Education and Public Programming and ETW founder, Sandra Jackson-Dumont's original ETW proposal, Education Director, Shanta Lawson, reflects on the past, present, and future legacy of ETW.

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Honoring a Teen Space

Ginny Huo, Senior Coordinator, Teen Programs, shares how she creates space for teens to be respected, heard, and seen. 

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