Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling

Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling is a place where children and families learn and grow in shared experiences of art and stories.
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The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling provides our culturally rich neighborhood with a space where children and their families grow and learn about Sugar Hill, and about the world at large, through intergenerational dialogue with artists, art and storytelling. Designed to nurture the curiosity and creative spirit of three- to eight-year-old children, Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling provides opportunities to grow as both author and audience, as children engage with the work of accomplished artists and storytellers, and create and share their own.

Operating as usual

During this #GivingTuesday, we hope you will consider making a donation to the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Sto...
12/01/2020

During this #GivingTuesday, we hope you will consider making a donation to the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling to ensure that every child, regardless of age, race, income or nationality, has access to the endless possibilities provided by art & storytelling. To make a donation, please visit sugarhillmuseum.org/donations

Photo by Michael Palma Mir

Appropriate safety precautions were followed by the persons present when the photo was taken.

"Derek Fordjour's year long residency at the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling in West Harlem introduce...
11/21/2020
Derek Fordjour, From Anguish to Transcendence

"Derek Fordjour's year long residency at the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling in West Harlem introduced new ways of experiencing contemporary art to thousands of children and families from our community. We were restored by Derek's intellect, open mind and powerful heart, and he knows we all are cheering his remarkable success with love, trumpets and joy!" Ellen Baxter, Founder and Executive Director of Broadway Housing Communities

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/19/arts/design/derek-fordjour-self-must-die.html?smid=tw-share

Woven into his new work at Petzel Gallery are lessons drawn from his own journey to art stardom, and from a year of Black grief.

We're excited to announce Faith Ringgold has generously donated a silkscreen print of Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles to...
11/14/2020

We're excited to announce Faith Ringgold has generously donated a silkscreen print of Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles to our Online Art Auction!

Faith Ringgold, born 1930 in Harlem, New York, is a painter, mixed media sculptor, performance artist, writer, teacher and lecturer. She received her B.S. and M.A. degrees in visual art from the City College of New York in 1955 and 1959. Professor Emeritus of Art at the University of California in San Diego, Ringgold has received 23 Honorary Doctorates.

To bid on this fantastic print, go to BHC2020.givesmart.com

Bidding is open through November 17th. All proceeds from the auction will support the many programs of Broadway Housing Communities and Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling.

#communityinaction #broadwayhousing #sugarhilllmuseum #bhc #supportforthearts #communitybuilding #artinaction #housing #community #art #storytelling #riogalleries #onlineartauction #washingtonheightsarts #harlemarts

Happy Halloween!! We wish everyone a safe and wondrous holiday.And remember to join us tomorrow @ 1:00 pm for online sto...
10/31/2020

Happy Halloween!! We wish everyone a safe and wondrous holiday.
And remember to join us tomorrow @ 1:00 pm for online storytelling with Therese Folkes Plair.

Click the link below for more information and to register!

https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/storytelling-with-therese-plair-nov-1st

#sugarhillmuseum #storytelling #talltales #art #community #LearnFromHome #ArtForKids #NYCKids #childrenmuseum #museumsfromhome

Photo by Michael Palma Mir

Únete  a nosotros en línea este domingo 25 de octubre a la 1:00 pm a la Super Narradora Alejandra Hurtado Cicarelli quie...
10/21/2020

Únete a nosotros en línea este domingo 25 de octubre a la 1:00 pm a la Super Narradora Alejandra Hurtado Cicarelli quien presentará Cuentos que Trae el Viento. El programa es totalmente en español, esta será una presentación lúdica que compila historias para familias y niños mayores de 3 años en adelante, las historias serán contadas a través de música y títeres, que retratan la diversidad que se encuentra en toda Latino América. Regístrate hoy @ https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/storytelling-with-alejandra-hurtado

Join us online this Sunday, October 25 @1:00 pm as Master Storyteller Alejandra Hurtado Cicarelli presents Stories that Come with the Wind. The program, which will be presented in Spanish, features a playful compilation of stories for families and children ages 3 and up, told through music and puppetry, portraying the diversity found throughout Latin America. Register today @ https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/storytelling-with-alejandra-hurtado

#storytelling #sugarhillmuseumv #LearnFromHome #ArtForKids #NYCKids #childrenmuseum
#museumsfromhome

Fotos cortesía de la artista.
Photos Courtesy of the Artist

Registrations for tomorrow’s online storytelling and art workshop are still open! Join us starting at 1:00 pm for April ...
10/17/2020

Registrations for tomorrow’s online storytelling and art workshop are still open! Join us starting at 1:00 pm for April Armstrong’s adaption of traditional fairytales and fables. Then at 2:00 pm, Elan Cadiz will lead an a-political art workshop celebrating the power of voting and democracy. Learn more and register @ https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/online-programming

#storytelling #sugarhillmuseum #socialjustice #perseverance #fairytales #vote #democracy #yourvotematters

Photo by Michael Palma Mir

10/14/2020
Join us on Sunday, October 18th starting at 1:00 pm for an afternoon of online storytelling and art creation!

The program will kick off at 1:00 pm with storytelling by April Armstrong. April will share her interactive and engaging program of traditional fairy tales and fables which have been adapted to address themes of Perseverance and Social Justice.

Then stick around for an art workshop hosted by Elan Cadiz beginning at 2:00 pm. Elan will lead an a-political activity celebrating the power of voting, possibility and democracy. Children and families will be prompted to create a community collage all together and will then design their own artwork.

Register for one or both events by clicking the links below!

https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/storytelling-april-armstrong/

https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/intergenerational-art

Check out the online rendition of Black is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to Covid 19 on BHC's new website. Visit @ https:...
10/09/2020

Check out the online rendition of Black is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to Covid 19 on BHC's new website. Visit @ https://www.broadwayhousing.org/now-on-view

The exhibition, co-curated by Ana-Ofelia Rodriguez and Moses Suarez, features decades of powerfully moving protest art by the artists of BHC's Rio Galleries. And remember to join us on November 16th at our Virtual Gala honoring Ana-Ofelia and her legacy. RSVP @ http://bhc2020.givesmart.com/

Artwork by Moses Ros-Suarez
Photo by Michael Palma Mir

"Luis Miranda, father of Lin-Manuel, has been a friend and champion for Broadway Housing Community’s mission since its i...
10/06/2020
Siempre, Luis

"Luis Miranda, father of Lin-Manuel, has been a friend and champion for Broadway Housing Community’s mission since its inception in the early 1980s. Luis believes in the practice of justice, equal education, immigrant rights, and democratic values. As long standing activist community residents in Washington Heights, the Miranda family supports local cultural arts and civic innovation. BHC and the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling are grateful for the creative and political power the Miranda family shares so generously." Ellen Baxter, Founder and Executive Director, BHC

Learn more about the HBO documentary Siempre, Luis.

Please join us on November 16th at 7PM for our 2020 virtual gala honoring Ana-Ofelia Rodriguez, the longtime Director of...
10/02/2020

Please join us on November 16th at 7PM for our 2020 virtual gala honoring Ana-Ofelia Rodriguez, the longtime Director of Community Development at Broadway Housing Communities. RSVP @ http://bhc2020.givesmart.com/

"Ana-Ofelia Rodriguez is a passionate activist for the cultural arts who has enriched the mission of BHC by embedding the arts into the everyday work of advancing social justice in our community. Ofelia is a scholar, a treasure, and a warrior who nurtures the minds, hearts and souls of artists and the youth and families BHC serves. " Ellen Baxter—Founder and Executive Director

#communityinaction #broadwayhousing #sugarhilllmuseum #bhc #supportforthearts #communitybuilding
#artinaction #housing #community #art #storytelling

Photo by Michael Palma Mir

Join us at 1:00pm for a virtual art workshop featuring printmaking with nature! Discover how to create prints and textur...
09/27/2020

Join us at 1:00pm for a virtual art workshop featuring printmaking with nature! Discover how to create prints and textures with food, seeds, leaves and other elements from nature. Even if you didn't pre-register you can still join @ https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83881600425?pwd=UjZEZVNRZzRqVGNSRS9Ed3ZvRTFTQT09

(The Zoom link will allow access to workshop starting at 1:00pm today)

#sugarhillmuseum #artisttalk #keepcreating #art #climateweeknyc #climatechange #environment #childrenmuseum #museumsfromhome #nyc

Photos by Tatiana Arocha

We are excited to announce the premiere of I Breathe a Forest: Tatiana Arocha and the Environment, a prerecorded Studio ...
09/26/2020

We are excited to announce the premiere of I Breathe a Forest: Tatiana Arocha and the Environment, a prerecorded Studio Visit and Artist Talk with @arocha.tatiana. Virtually explore the exhibition Respiro un Bosque/ I Breathe a Forest at #sugarhillmuseum and go behind the scenes to learn how the artwork was created! View now @ https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/tatiana-arocha-and-the-environment

And join us tomorrow September 27th at 1:00pm for a virtual art workshop featuring printmaking with nature! Discover how to create prints and textures with food, seeds, leaves and other elements from nature. Register @ https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/design-with-nature-arocha

#sugarhillmuseum #artisttalk #keepcreating #art #climateweeknyc #climatechange #environment #childrenmuseum #museumsfromhome #nyc

Artwork by Tatiana Arocha & Photos by Timothy Lee

On Monday, November 16th, Broadway Housing Communities and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling will h...
09/25/2020

On Monday, November 16th, Broadway Housing Communities and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling will hold their annual benefit as a virtual event. This year’s benefit is in tribute to Ana-Ofelia Rodriguez, BHC’s longtime Director of Community Development and founder of three Rio Galleries. Under her inspiring leadership, many renowned Upper Manhattan artists have exhibited their work in our three galleries, and a selection of this art will be auctioned at the event. All are invited, and there is no cost to register and view the artwork. RSVP @ http://bhc2020.givesmart.com/

#communityinaction #broadwayhousing #sugarhilllmuseum #bhc #supportforthearts #communitybuilding
#artinaction #housing #community #art #storytelling

We are pleased to present I Breathe a Forest: Tatiana Arocha and the Environment, a virtual Artist Talk and Studio Visit...
09/21/2020

We are pleased to present I Breathe a Forest: Tatiana Arocha and the Environment, a virtual Artist Talk and Studio Visit with artist, designer and environmental activist Tatiana Arocha. Watch the
video of the program on our website starting on Saturday September 26, 2020 at 1 pm (EST).
#sugarhillmuseum #artisttalk #keepcreating #art #climatechange #environment #childrenmuseum #museumsfromhome #nyc

The more of us who fill out the census, the more money our community will get for schools, roads, bridges, health care, ...
09/04/2020

The more of us who fill out the census, the more money our community will get for schools, roads, bridges, health care, housing, and more. Complete it in less than 10 minutes at my2020census.gov. #GetCountedNYC

“They keep telling me about how it’s a shame that Black parents have to have ‘the conversation’ with our children, how w...
09/02/2020
‘They Stand on the Shoulders of Giants’: The Next Generation to March on Washington

“They keep telling me about how it’s a shame that Black parents have to have ‘the conversation’ with our children, how we have to explain if a cop stops you, don’t reach for the glove compartment, don’t talk back...Well, we’ve had the conversation for decades, “It’s time we have a conversation with America”

Reverend Al Sharpton at the March on Washington, August 28, 2020

Many protesters came to inspire their children and pass down a legacy of action against racial injustice.

How Artists Are Using Plywood as a Canvas for Protest
08/20/2020
How Artists Are Using Plywood as a Canvas for Protest

How Artists Are Using Plywood as a Canvas for Protest

As protest signs and street art proliferate in the growing movement for social justice, a new nonprofit is helping artists and activists maintain ownership of their work

NOW ON VIEW at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling Black Is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to Covid-19The E...
08/16/2020

NOW ON VIEW at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling
Black Is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to Covid-19
The Exhibition is visible from the public plaza on the corner of
West 155th Street and St. Nicholas Ave.
Please social distance and wear a mask while on the plaza

Black Is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to Covid-19Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & StorytellingPublic Plaza at 155th...
08/15/2020

Black Is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to Covid-19
Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling
Public Plaza at 155th Street and St. Nicholas Ave.
Exhibition Premiere: Sunday, August 16th at 4PM
Please social distance and wear a mask when visiting the exhibition

Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling (SHCMAS) is proud to host a new exhibition created by Broadway Housin...
08/12/2020

Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling (SHCMAS) is proud to host a new exhibition created by Broadway Housing Communities and the Rio Galleries, in partnership with The Plywood Project. The exhibition is titled: Black Is Beautiful: From Carlos Cooks to COVID-19. Original, plywood and mixed-media, murals created by nine renowned community artists will cover the glass walls of the SHCMAS at 155th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue. The exhibition opens Sunday, August 16th at 4PM. Please visit: https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/upcoming-exhibitions

Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling and Broadway Housing Communities are excited to announce this year's ...
07/28/2020

Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling and Broadway Housing Communities are excited to announce this year's rendition of the Children's March for Justice now on exhibit at https://www.sugarhillmuseum.org/

We stand up for educational and housing equity!  We stand up for access to the cultural arts!  We stand up for nurturing...
07/27/2020

We stand up for educational and housing equity! We stand up for access to the cultural arts! We stand up for nurturing children’s creativity! We stand up for giving children a voice! What do you stand up for?

Check out the Children's March for Justice virtual exhibition available on the Museum's website starting July 28th. #soc...
07/26/2020

Check out the Children's March for Justice virtual exhibition available on the Museum's website starting July 28th. #socialjustice #sugarhillchildrensmuseum #childrenareourfuture #equality #changethroughart #creativeplacemaking

Every year, Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling and Broadway Housing Communities commemorates the Childre...
07/25/2020

Every year, Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling and Broadway Housing Communities commemorates the Children's March for Justice. This year we celebrate with a short video detailing the history of the March, available on the Museum's website starting July 28th. #socialjustice #sugarhillchildrensmuseum #childrenareourfuture #equality #changethroughart #creativeplacemaking

FREE VIRTUAL FESTIVAL – “You could think of this as Woodstock for the under 12 set” The New York Times - Don’t  miss Sug...
06/18/2020

FREE VIRTUAL FESTIVAL – “You could think of this as Woodstock for the under 12 set” The New York Times - Don’t miss Sugar Hill Children’s Museum master storytellers Flor Bromley and Reza Salazar’s live, bilingual, interactive performances this weekend, June 20th and 21st, at the 15th Annual NYC KidsFest Virtual Festival (Show Times – 5:00PM). Flor’s story is about everyday superheroes. Reza tells a rhythmic tale about the longest elevator ride, while children’s book illustrator Josefina Hernandez draws the characters as they board the elevator in the story. @nyckidsfest @florbromley @reza.salazar @josefinahernandezart @ Washington Heights

FREE VIRTUAL FESTIVAL – “You could think of this as Woodstock for the under 12 set” The New York Times - Don’t  miss Sug...
06/18/2020

FREE VIRTUAL FESTIVAL – “You could think of this as Woodstock for the under 12 set” The New York Times - Don’t miss Sugar Hill Children’s Museum master storytellers Flor Bromley and Reza Salazar’s live, bilingual, interactive performances this weekend, June 20th and 21st, at the 15th Annual NYC KidsFest Virtual Festival (Show Times – 5:00PM). Flor’s story is about everyday superheroes. Reza tells a rhythmic tale about the longest elevator ride, while children’s book illustrator Josefina Hernandez draws the characters as they board the elevator in the story. @reza.salazar @florbromley @josefinahernandezart @nyckidsfest @ Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling

06/16/2020
Hike the Heights

Sugar Hill Children’s Museum is proud to have been featured in a video homage to Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights – AKA Heal the Heights 2020.

City Life Is Moving Bodies, CLIMB, is a coalition of uptown nonprofits and social justice warriors who, for the past 16 years, have produced Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights. This community-based initiative was founded on the belief that all communities, regardless of socioeconomic background, are entitled to access to safe parks and neighborhoods – essential components of community health. Every year, on the first Saturday in June, thousands of uptown New Yorkers hike through the city’s green spaces to Highbridge Park’s Sunken Playground for a day of entertainment, music, dancing, sports, and art making. Traditionally children arrive with giraffe’s they have made at home or during in-school workshops.

Since Sugar Hill Children’s Museum opened, we have been facilitating ambitious family friendly art making at the festival. This year participants hiked remotely, from all over the country, as individuals or in small (social distanced) groups, spontaneously connecting through Zoom and Facebook live.

We look forward to many more years of art making in the service of our uptown community.
#healtheheights
Hike the Heights

Did you?in memory of George FloydDid you see him diearticulating his own death in a few words?did you see him diesilentl...
06/11/2020

Did you?
in memory of George Floyd

Did you see him die
articulating his own death in a few words?

did you see him die
silently reviewing in his mind
the tragic history of his people,
scratching with his trembling fingers
the dried blood of southern lynchings,
as his lips murmured profound pain?

did you see him die?
your dog and cat saw him gasping for air
while the news appeared on your flat screen TV,
did you?

where do we place this body now
so the mark of his blackness
can't disturb the “comfort” of our lives?

do we keep going as usual
or do we pause... just for a moment...
and see ourselves in his shattered eyes?

who's going to cleanse his chest with myrrh
and anoint his forehead with long prayers
before the sunset veils the stain of his death?

how do you respond to injustice
when the sharp edge of its dagger
slices the flesh of another, not your own?
how do you respond?

did you see him die
crushed under the weight of prejudice,
forcefully plunged against the pavement
and articulating his own history
in three words: "I can't breathe!"?

did you see him?
did you...?

©Dió-genes Abréu
May 2020
New York
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Dió-genes Abréu and Fanesha Fabre are longtime artistic collaborators with Broadway Housing Communities, which has proudly exhibited their works in the Rio Galleries.

Abréu is a Dominican artist, writer and photographer; he has lived in New York since 1983. His books of poetry include Poems for the Living and For Women Without Makeup. His prose works include Perejil, El Ocaso de la “Hispanidad” Dominicana, an examination of Dominican cultural and immigrant identity; Engañifas, Discurso y Práctica Social, a critical analysis of the lives of prominent Dominicans; and A Pesar Del Naufragio, about domestic violence in Washington Heights.

Fabre is a visual and musical artist whose creative work, since 2017, has focused on the art of illustration. She is the daughter of the legendary Dominican painter and sculptor, Vicente Fabre.

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Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

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Hello friends! Here's a new collage creation....Mount Rushmore by Michael Albert
Hello friends, How are you? Let's talk about a Virtual Art program via Zoom or pre-recorded art demonstrations I have produced for kids & families Best regards, Michael Albert
Since Sugar Hill Children’s Museum opened, we have been facilitating ambitious family friendly art making at the annual Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights festival. This year on Saturday, June 5th, participants hiked remotely, from all over the country, as individuals or in small (social distanced) groups, spontaneously connecting through Zoom and Facebook live. City Life Is Moving Bodies, CLIMB, is a coalition of uptown nonprofits and social justice warriors who for the past 16 years have produced Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights. This community-based initiative was founded on the belief that safe parks and neighborhoods are essential to community health, and that all communities, regardless of socioeconomic background, are entitled to access to safe parks and neighborhoods. Every year, on the first Saturday in June, thousands of uptown New Yorkers hike through the city’s green spaces to Highbridge Park’s Sunken Playground (affectionately known as The Pit) for a day of entertainment, music, dancing, sports, and art making. Traditionally children arrive with giraffe’s they have made at home or during in-school workshops. Sugar Hill Children’s Museum looks forward to many more years of art making in the service of our uptown community. #healtheheights @hiketheheights
Sugar Hill Children’s Museum is proud to have been featured in a video homage to Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights – AKA Heal the Heights 2020. Since the museum opened we have been facilitating ambitious family friendly art making at the event. Sugar Hill Children’s Museum looks forward to many more years of art making in the service of our uptown community. City Life Is Moving Bodies, CLIMB, is a coalition of uptown nonprofits and social justice warriors who for the past 16 years have produced the Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights festival. This community-based initiative was founded on the belief that safe parks and neighborhoods are essential to community health, and that all communities, regardless of socioeconomic background, are entitled to access to safe parks and neighborhoods. On the first Saturday in June, thousands of uptown New Yorkers hike through the city’s green spaces to Highbridge Park’s Sunken Playground (affectionately known as The Pit) for a day of entertainment, music, dancing, sports, and art making. Traditionally children arrive with giraffe’s they have made at home or during in-school workshops. This year New Yorkers hiked remotely as individuals or in small (social distanced) groups, spontaneously connected through Zoom and Facebook live. #healtheheights @hiketheheights
Sugar Hill Children's Museum is proud to have been featured in a video homage to Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights - AKA Heal the Heights 2020. We have been an integral part of the annual event since the museum opened, and look forward to many more years of art making in the service of our uptown community. City Life Is Moving Bodies, CLIMB, is a coalition of uptown nonprofits and social justice warriors who for the past 16 years have produced the Giraffe Path/Hike the Heights festival. This community-based initiative was founded on the belief that safe parks and neighborhoods are essential to community health, and that all communities, regardless of socioeconomic background, are entitled to access to safe parks and neighborhoods. On the first Saturday in June, thousands of uptown New Yorkers hike through the city’s green spaces to Highbridge Park’s Sunken Playground (affectionately known as The Pit) for a day of entertainment, music, dancing, sports, and art making. Traditionally children arrive with giraffe’s they have made at home or during in-school workshops. This year New Yorkers hiked remotely as individuals or in small (social distanced) groups, spontaneously connected through Zoom and Facebook live. #healtheheights @hiketheheights
looking forward of performing Saturday. We are going to have fun
Thank you so much!!! we had such an amazing day with 4 children ages 9 and 10 and 2 three years old twins! Your staff is just amazing:)
Scrolling through FB I was pleasantly surprised to learn about Sugar Hill Children's Museum. In two weeks three wee ones will be visiting me -- I an excited about bringing them to the Museum.