Harlem Fine Arts Show 15th Anniversary Celebration

February, 24 - 26 2023

Harlem Arts Alliance in partnership with New Heritage Theatre Group invite our friends and supporters to attend the Harlem Fine Arts Show returning to New York City to celebrate it's 15th Anniversary

Harlem Fine Arts Show 15th Anniversary Celebration

Red Dot Opening Night Kick-Off Event

Collectors and Investors - VIP Access to Art and Artists

15th Anniversary Celebration NYC
Celebrating Art and Culture in America

Designed to bring serious art collectors and investors together for a private access to the incredible art of emerging and seasoned artists from across the African Diaspora. This event will be a veritable who's-who of name and faces in the New York Art Scene and the most upscale night of the show.

The event will include a Red Carpet step and repeat for photos and press, cocktails and hors d'ouevres, and networking and mingling with New York City's best and brightest.

You don't want to miss out - tickets are limited and selling fast!

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You can purchase a ticket solely for Red Dot Opening Night, or save by taking advantage of the Full Weekend Pass, which includes Red Dot Opening Night and all General Admission Hours.

HFAS is the largest traveling African Diasporic art show in the United States.

Inspired by the Harlem Renaissance. HFAS provides a platform for African Diasporic artists and American visual artists to exhibit and sell their works. This three-day event serves as an economic platform for the multicultural, general market and arts communities to empower and increase market share in numerous regions throughout the United States.

An expansive new venue opens up endless possibilities for HFAS as we look to intensify our efforts toward amplifying the voices of Artists from the African Diaspora to a global audience. Remaining true to our community, we will be sourcing as many vendors, caterers, and activations as possible from Harlem-based businesses, restaurants, and cultural centers.


Ademola Olugbefola, Aleathia Brown, Dodji Gbedemah