Harlem Heritage Tourism & Cultural Center Exhibitions
There are many cultural institutions in Harlem, But the Harlem Heritage Tourism & Cultural Center is solely dedicated to providing information about the heritage of Harlem. Periodically, exhibitions will be mounted to showcase and celebrate various aspects of the Harlem’s Heritage. The following are some of the upcoming exhibitions:
Bill Miles Photo Exhibition and Film Series
Mr. William Miles was born in Harlem on April 18th, 1931 and lived on west 126th Street across from the Apollo Theater for much of his childhood and was deeply impacted by Harlem of 1940’s and 1950’s. As a teenager Bill got a job splicing film and was fascinated by the process, there began his legacy as one of America’s premiere photographers and documentary filmmakers.
For more than 30 years Bill Miles work tirelessly raising funds to produce landmarks such as “I Remember Harlem” and “Men of Bronze”.
We at the Harlem Heritage Tourism and Cultural Center are honored to host the “Bill Miles Photo Exhibition and Film Series” from October 14th 2012 – December 31st 2012.
Opening Reception 10/20/2012:
Link to Harlem Heritage Programs page to view showing of films by Mr. Bill Miles: http://www.harlemheritage.com/category/programs/
|Place:||Harlem Heritage Tourism and Cultural Center – 104 Malcolm X Blvd. between 115th Street and 116th Street.|
|Time:||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|
|Directions:||2 and 3 express trains on IRT line (red on Subway maps) arrive a few yards away from front door of Harlem Heritage Tourism and Cultural Center.|