Let us know by the print deadline, Tuesday April 30, 2019, and your information will also appear in the printed Uptown Arts Stroll Guide. The Online Guide deadline is Friday May 24, 2019. Forms submitted from May 1 – May 24 will appear only in the online guide.
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS UPLOADING YOUR INFORMATION,
please email event title, date(s), time(s), venue and address, along with one image to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All EVENTS and EXHIBITIONS must be in June 2019, and be located in Northern Manhattan: West 135th to 155th Street from Edgecombe Avenue west, and West 155th to 220th Street river-to-river.
Saturday, June 8th from 1-6pm West 220th to West 179th Street
Saturday, June 15th from 1-6pm West 178th Street to West 135th Street
PLEASE SELECT THE OPEN STUDIO DATE IN YOUR AREA.
Upcoming Events › Reading/Spoken Word / Lectura/Palabra Hablada
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Storyteller Carletta Joy Walker brings a children's selected book to life! Free w/ museum admission.Find out more »
Join Mando for amazing stories, sing & dance. Free w/ museum admission.Find out more »
20th annual Juan Pablo Duarte Festival w/ live music, dancing, art, food, games & more! http://jpdfoundation.orgFind out more »
15th annual Hike the Heights community hike & celebration in northern Manhattan parks! www.hiketheheights.org 2019 Uptown Arts Stroll HonoreeFind out more »
10th annual NYC Multicultural Festival produced by the NY African Chorus Ensemble celebrating all cultures w/ music, dance, poetry, art on St. Nicholas Ave. from West 141-145 Street. www.multiculturalfestival.nycFind out more »
Comic Kevin Berrey & comedians perform every Saturday at Parkview! Instagram @BerreyFind out more »
Sing & dance to musical stories performed by Flor Bromley! Free w/ museum admission.Find out more »
Community League of the Heights annual arts & music festival. www.cloth159.orgFind out more »
Octavio Solis, considered one of the most prominent Latino playwrights in America, will present his new book, Retablos: Stories from a Life Lived Along the Border, in conversation w/ Todd London. Cosponsored by City Lights & People's Theatre Project.Find out more »