Daily Programming Schedule
Leading the industry with cutting-edge technology, HFAS Immersive will present NEW programming on a large scale video wall inside the show featuring ARTIST ACTIVATIONS, fireside chats, MUSIC PERFORMANCES, LIVE ART CLASSES, and more. This multi-functional wall will transform after-hours into a premium virtual lounge experience that will excite the artist in you.
Running throughout the show:
- Live Now in the HFAS Virtual Lobby:
- Movie: In the Face of What We Remember: Oral History Of 409 and 555 Edgecombe Ave. Produced by True to Power Films and While We are Still Here.
- Literary Salon: Book Signing for Young and Nationally renowned authors
- Monthly Art Classes: Facilitated by renowned HFAS Artist from around the globe from the international perspective. Participate by signing up for Virtual Art Classes beginning April 15th on HFAS.org
- Fireside Chats with HFAS Virtual Artist: Hosted by Dion Clark, HFAS CEO & Founder and Donyshia Boston-Hill, CEO Keeper of the Brand Marketing Agency
- Visual Arts and the African Diasporic pallet
- Food and Cultural Nutrition go hand and hand
- Virtual Art Auctions to impact the Soweto Gallery for youth in South Africa in support of youth programming.
April: The New Harlem Renaissance: Art, Justice and Equality.
- April – July: HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Fundraisers for scholarships and art programs to support the visual artist.
- Partnerships with NAACP, Urban League, and national civic organizations to support the arts and the message of equality.
May: Art is Visual, Fashion, Beauty – We’re Celebrating Mother’s Day.
- May: Riverside Church and the United Church of Christ and the American Baptist Churches in the USA: Social Justice Awareness
- Fundraiser for Harlem Art Alliance
June: Art is Courage: Visual, Music
- June is Black Music Month: Salute to Art and Music with a foundation is the Harlem Renaissance.
- Father’s Day: Celebrating Black Fathers in the Arts
- Juneteenth: Positive Community – Celebrating the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States
- Grads: Highlighting College Graduates in the Arts
July: Art is Courage: Visual, Political, Literature
- Harlem Week 2021 Virtual Experience
- Summer Madness the art outdoors and virtual explosion
New experiences added weekly on HFAS.org