Armory Arts Week 2012

As part of the VIP Armory Arts Week Program Harlem Biennale presented an intergenerational conversation on art collecting featuring Reginald Van Lee of the U.S. President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities and a prominent collector of art by emerging African-American artists. The evening was held at the Heath Gallery in Harlem, and marked the launch of Artstr*k, a new series of salon conversations with collectors curated by Harlem resident Jenna Bond. The evening was sponsored by Dwight Raiford, principal of Raiford, Roman & Associates.

Armory Arts Week 2011

The Armory Show and Harlem Biennale invited Armory Arts Week visitors to experience Harlem's art and culinary delights. Guests met at founder Edward Hillel's artist studio to mingle with the HB team. Harlem personality and author Michael Henry Adams led the group on a guided tour of the historic Mount Morris Park neighborhood. Along the way, they visited Casa Frela, Heath and Renaissance Fine Art Galleries. The evening ended at the renowned Settepani Restaurant with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres with Harlem artists and cultural leaders.