Dwyer Cultural Center

Activism and artistic practice intersect in Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties, a presentation of 103 works by 66 artists that is among the few exhibitions to explore how painting, sculpture, graphics, and photography not only responded to the political and social turmoil of the era but also helped to influence its direction.

The history between Lincoln Center and San Juan Hills and it's residents, such as Ademola Olugebefola.

On April 30, Harlem’s third annual International Jazz Day was held at the Dwyer Cultural Center at Harlem’s Center for Arts Innovation in honor of UNESCO, the Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz, the United Nations for Non-Governmental Organizations and the New York Metropolitan Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Non-Violence.

New York CitiWorks Inc. (NYCW) held its 12th annual holiday party at the Dwyer Cultural Center in Harlem. NYCW officers include Preston King, chairman; Rodney Gittens, president; and board members Verinia Taylor, Fran McGee, Rodger Van Vlissingin and Peter Roth.