Welcome to ArtCrawl Harlem, Inc,. Our organization supports and provides exposure for Harlem’s rich art, cultural institutions and experts, including individual professional artists.  It is our aim to elevate Harlem on the greater metropolitan cultural map, while providing both education and quality experiences to visitors, tourists and members of the community.  We support the galleries and, by extension, the emerging and established artists that galleries promote in the community.


Since 2008, ArtCrawl Harlem, Inc. a 501(c) (3) has been dedicated to creating and sharing experiences that explore the vast Harlem legacy through the arts, supporting the work and talent of emerging creatives. In 2012 ArtCrawl Harlem commenced curating original art exhibits featuring the works of New York tri-state artists in multiple genres.

As Harlem’s first trolley car guided art tour ArtCrawl Harlem™ is a unique way to introduce the public to the community of Harlem, and all it has to offer.  Tour participants from the wider metropolitan area, and beyond, learn how they can engage in the community in a fun filled afternoon.  The experience provides general tourists with an entry point to return to Harlem independently and support area businesses. Community members participating in tours become more familiar with the creative educational resources available in their own backyards.


Community Board 11, Dwyer Cultural Center, El Museo del Barrio, Harlem Tourism Board, Harlem Redevelopment. Corp.,Harlem Vintage, Jacob’s Restaurant, LaFonda Boricua Gallery, Lee Lee’s Baked Goods, LeRoy Neiman Art Center, Maysles Institute, Rio II Gallery, Romare Bearden Foundation, Schomburg Center, The Sol Studio Harlem Vintage Strivers Gardens Gallery, The Studio Museum Harlem, Taller Boricua Gallery


HARLEM RENAISSANCE 2020 ART EXHIBIT To celebrate the centennial of this movement, the Harlem Renaissance comes to vivid life through site-specific visual art installations and interactive programming. Artists will reinterpret, remix, and recontextualize this golden era of black culture to make commentaries on the intersections of identity, politics, economics and artistic expression.

HARLEM HOLIDAY WINDOWS Harlem Holiday Windows was introduced in 2014 to stimulate cultural and community activity in Harlem, during the holiday season. Now in its 3rd year, the project, spearheaded by Jacqueline Orange/ArtCrawl Harlem, Inc., has formed partnerships with community non-profit organizations Harlem Tourism Board (HTB), Harlem Park-to-Park (HP2P) and the Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association (MMPCIA