Welcome to Our Community
Harlem Arts Alliance is a network based arts service organization comprised of established and emerging visual and performing artists, art lovers, businesses and organizations that serve the arts and culture community in Harlem and the Greater New York City area.
Harlem Arts Alliance, your connection to arts and culture, features its signature Artz, Rootz and Rhythm Series and annual Festival. These highly acclaimed events present more than 300 of our established and emerging visual and performing members, at more than 50 indoor and outdoor venues throughout Harlem.
Our professional development series is designed to strengthen and grow the skills and capacity of the individual artists and arts organizations in our network of over 1,000 members. By popular demand, our HAA interactive sessions provide the optimum setting for artist networking, member presentations and community building.
Join Us at the Harlem Arts Alliance 2018 Kwanza Marketplace
This year will feature performance by Black Comics Collective, Afro Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble & Oyu Oro.
There will be 20+ vendors from the Harlem Community. Please come out, support, and enjoy the holiday season with us.
The Brownstone “Lifestyle Boutique” focuses on dressing women for the important moments in their lives with ethnically inspired fashion. The Lifestyle Boutique features a unique collection of contemporary designer clothing, and one of a kind accessories, and gifts. The Brownstone offers its clients a distinctively private shopping experience for customer sizes 12-20 seeking quality, value and most of all customer service. From the high-level corporate business person to celebrities and women in the arts they all delight in the private exclusive shopping environment offered at The Brownstone.
Rosebud New York
Rosebud New York is a millinery firm specializing in unique, well krafted, and cutting edge headwear and accessories.
A New Day, A New Dawn
We are a Bronx-based handmade jewelry company that uses fair-trade African Beads, gemstones and exotic materials to create unique pieces. Our smaller pieces can be found at Whole Foods Harlem and NiLu.
Gina Samson & Patricia Brintle
Haitian Arts and Crafts
Harlem Merchandise Cyberstore Co.
Harlem Merchandise Cyberstore Co is a small business that operates several E-commerce sites: Mean-Tees.com, HarlemNYSouvenirs.com & StraightOutta Wakanda.com selling licensed Marvel and pop culture products.
The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Studio Museum Store offers a curated selection of books, accessories, home goods, and more by artists and artisans of African descent. All proceeds from sales support the exhibitions and educational programs of The Studio Museum in Harlem.
As a member of HARLEM Arts Alliance, you join a broad network of artists and arts organizations committed to the continued cultural development of Harlem.
Through your membership you can consistently reach the most dynamic and responsive community in Harlem, the creative community. You will be able to include the distinctive HAA logo on all of your promotional material and take advantage of our outstanding Member Benefits.