About the LeRoy Neiman Art Center
Located at 2785 Frederick Douglass Boulevard near 148th Street,
The LeRoy Neiman Art Center was launched by a generous gift from the renowned painter LeRoy Neiman, and on-going support from The LeRoy Neiman Foundation, corporations, individuals and other organizations. It has become an integral resource in the Central Harlem community.
The Center includes a 2000 Square foot gallery space and rear workshop area, where quality arts experiences in daytime, after-school and Saturday programs for all ages are offered. In addition, The Center is proud to host a 29' wall dedicated exclusively to the art of LeRoy Neiman. We welcome schools and tour groups, and provide youth and the community with creative classes and exposure to the arts.
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Wednesday - 12 noon to 6pm
Tuesday & Thursday - 10am to 7:30pm
Saturday - 10am - 4pm
Closed Fridays & Sundays
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 212.862.ARTS to register for classes!
What's Happening at the Center: _________________________________________________________
"Hand-Pull: The Art of Printmaking"has been extended through Black History Month, February 27, 2014!
THE EXHIBITION NOW INCLUDES A SHORT FILM, CREATED BR FRANCKS DECEUS: The film features the Hand-Pull artists and the art and history of printmaking. Stop in at anytime during our regular business hours to view the film and exhibition!
PRINT MAKING WORKSHOPS will be led on Saturdays, February 6, 15 and 22 from 4-6pm. Contact is to register!
Curated by Francks Francois Deceus, participating artists include Ramona Candy, Ann Tanksley, Otto Neals, Michael Kelly Williams and artist/curator, Francks Deceus
ON VIEW NOW!!!
EXPRESSION IN WATERCOLORS
The LeRoy Neiman Art Center presents
an exhibition of student work at Spring Bank
SPRING CYCLE BEGINS FEBRUARY 3, 2014
Join us for Open House & Registration on Saturdays:
January 25th & February 1st | 12-4 PM
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR AFTER SCHOOL YOUTH & ADULT WORKSHOPS HERE
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