The mission of the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance is to serve the community in its efforts to support and improve the resources offered through the Park. It strives to preserve and celebrate the cultural identity of the surrounding neighborhoods producing cultural programming in the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater and public art installations in Parks and open spaces throughout East and Central Harlem. Although arts and cultural programming are our primary focus we implement educational programs for children, park stewardship and beautification events.
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See 8 public art installations on view in 6 parks throughout the neighborhood. Printed Maps can be picked up at El Museo del Barrio, CB 11 office and the Pelham Fritz Recreation Center or contact us directly and we will … Continue reading
The Marcus Garvey Park Alliance considers parks and open spaces an opportunity to advocate for cultural equity, health and wellness and the quality of life for the neighborhood residents living on all 4 sides of Marcus Garvey Park. In 2017 … Continue reading
East Harlem at Play: A Mural in White Park, 2017 Giannina Gutierrez, Ralph Serrano and Jeremy Vega The Marcus Garvey Park Alliance Public Art Initiative is pleased to announce the completion of the White Park Mural. Situated along the … Continue reading
Words don’t seem necessary Cherry Blossom walkway near the Fifth Avenue and 124th Street entrance to Marcus Garvey Park.
331 bags of leaves! 40 Volunteers On Sunday December 4, 2016 volunteer members of the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance, New York Road Runners and the Central Park Conservancy filled 331 large garbage bags with leaves. The Central Park Conservancy is … Continue reading
We believe in celebrating and preserving the creative culture that Harlem is famous for. In 2016 the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance sponsored in part or in full 27 public art installations with the funds going directly to the artists and … Continue reading