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Exhibitions

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture offers exhibitions throughout the year. These exhibitions are usually based on items from the Center's extensive collections. Exhibition hours: Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Our exhibitions i found god in myself: The 40th Anniversary of Ntozake Shange's for colored girls and Question Bridge: Black Males are recommended for ages 14 and over. Due to limited spacing in both spaces, no more than 15 people may view each exhibit at a time.  

Also, please keep in mind that we do not accept unsolicited proposals for exhibitions. 

  • A Lighthouse in New York

    Photographer: Austin HansenThis exhibit commemorates 80 years since the founding of the Antigua and Barbuda Progressive Society, which has dedicated itself to the principle of cultivating and promoting social and intellectual activities as well as providing charitable assistance to its 

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  • Going Home, Coming Home: Remembering

    Going Home, Coming Home: Remembering is a memorial dedication that honors seven African and African American legends, whose lives have impacted humankind throughout the world. They all have influenced, inspired and supported our humanity globally, but especially and particularly in Harlem, USA, Read More ›
  • i found god in myself: The 40th Anniversary of Ntozake Shange's for colored girls

    Turning to Shange’s choreopoem not simply as an engaging work of text or drama but as a well of social, political, and deeply personal issues affecting the lives of women of color, the exhibition will feature 20 specially commissioned pieces in honor of each individual poem. Additional Read More ›
  • Question Bridge: Black Males

    Question Bridge is an innovative transmedia project that facilitates a dialogue between a critical mass of black men from diverse and contending backgrounds, and creates a platform for them to represent and redefine black male identity in America. The project’s multi-platform approach has four Read More ›