Harlem Fine Arts Show

Tour Recap

Washington DC 2022

The Harlem Fine Arts Show returned to In-Person events with over 60 booths of Artists from the African Diaspora. The show was held over three days at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC. The Harlem Fine Arts Show is the largest traveling African Diaspora Art Show in the Unites States. This three-day event serves as an economic platform for progressive artists and galleries interested in selling to attendees who possess both the discretionary income and desire to collect one-of-a-kind artwork.

  • Promoting and Supporting Artists from the African Diaspora
  • Celebrating the legacy of HBCUs and their Alumni 
  • Saluting the Medical Association and all the work our doctors have done over the course of this unprecedented pandemic.
  • Pre-Fathers Day, Juneteenth Celebration.

VENUE

THE MARRIOTT MARQUIS
WASHINGTON, DC

JUNE 10TH – 12TH 2022

Events & Programming

FRIDAY

HBCU ALUMNI OPENING NIGHT

Friday, June 10th | The theme of the day – Recognition of Historical Black Colleges & Universities.
Harlem Fine Arts Show marketing partner, Howard University Alumni Association, and the HBCU Tribunal Organization present “A Salute to HBCU Entrepreneurs.” HBCU Event will Kickoff at 5 pm with the Opening Award ceremony beginning at 7 pm.

SATURDAY

NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION DAY: DOCTORS/NURSES

Saturday, June 11th | The theme of the day – Salute to African Americans In Medicine – The Art of Healing.
The day will include an afternoon salute to selected nurses at 4 pm with a 7 pm evening salute to honorary doctors chosen by the NMA.
A special award will be presented to the doctors by the President of the National Medical A

SUNDAY

PRE-FATHER'S DAY JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION

Sunday, June 12th | The theme of the day– Juneteenth Celebration (Juneteeth exhibit on display)
The morning event, 10 am to 12 pm., will include a celebratory pre-Father’s Day Breakfast and salute to African American Fathers/Men in the hotel. (Restaurant TBD)

Juneteenth Celebration
11 am -7 pm

Exhibition & Sale

Salute to African Americans in Nursing