The Big Payback

Color Farm Media presents a special Juneteenth Community Screening of The Big Payback, a documentary film about reparations for Black Americans. Co-directed by Erika Alexander and Whitney Dow, the film…

Crossfade

A Behind the Scenes Look into the Process of Music Production Tune in for the virtual broadcast of Apollo Career Panel: Crossfade, an immersive and skill-building workshop exploring music production, beat-making and…

Unscripted Live! With Ruth Pointer + Film Premiere

Award-winning filmmaker and photographer Sekou Luke (Notes from Harlem) and noted music journalist Christian John Wikane (PopMatters) present Unscripted Live! an interview series that spotlights the stories of legendary and innovative…

In Conversation: Kamasi Washington and Kamilah Forbes

Kamasi Washington – Apollo Master Artist-In-Residence and Grammy and Emmy nominated multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer – joins Apollo Executive Producer Kamilah Forbes, IN CONVERSATION on the Apollo Digital Stage. Building…

Uptown Hall: <br>MLK, Activism, and the Arts Broadcast

For more than eight decades, the Apollo has served as a gathering place and convener for local community residents as well as people from across New York City. That tradition…

On Demand &#8211; Kwanzaa: A Regeneration Celebration

Featuring Abdel Salaam’s Forces of Nature Dance Theater    An Apollo tradition for more than 15 years, the annual Kwanzaa Celebration returns to bring together families and to create and build…

Apollo in the Classroom: Rhythm and Blues

Teaching and Learning at the Apollo Apollo in the Classroom series offers a unique opportunity for educators and school administrators from around the country to engage with Apollo teaching artists…

Crossfade

The Apollo’s Career Panel series provides a behind-the-scenes look at lesser-known careers in arts and entertainment and shines a spotlight on people of color working in creative industries. Part panel…

The Sound of Social Justice

For centuries, Black artists have used music as a form of protest and to bring people together to fight for freedom. For this Live Wire event, Apollo Fellow and arts…

New Black Fest: The Harlem Renaissance Then &#038; Now

Robyne Walker-Murphy explores the impact and transformative power of Black artists of the past and today with contemporary artists, Zora Howard (award winning playwright and screenwriter) and Carl Hancock Rux…