I’ve been holding onto this news for quite awhile but finally I can share details on this wonderful new venture with the Harlem Arts Alliance. Click on the hyperlink headline below to read the debut post. And, yes more great news is soon to follow on this exciting partnership.
Press release excerpt:
TheHarlem Arts Alliance, an arts service organization celebrating its 10thanniversary, is proud to announce its content production partnership with Souleo Enterprises, LLC. The first project under this collaboration is the weekly round-up column, “Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On The ‘A’ w/Souleo,” which will cover the wide array of cultural events and experiences connected to Harlem’s legacy throughout New York City. The blog will be hosted on the Harlem Arts Alliance website and will soon be syndicated via select media outlets.
“We believe that this initiative represents a great new opportunity to highlight the vitality of the arts and culture in Harlem,” stated Michael Unthank, executive director of the Harlem Arts Alliance.
“In this present economic climate it is imperative to find creative ways through new media to bring the arts to as wide of an audience as possible. I am honored to have the opportunity to help increase exposure for Harlem’s arts and culture community via this column,” stated Souleo, founder of Souleo Enterprises, LLC.
In the debut post, Souleo covers the one-woman play, “Monette: I Love My Life,” Hue-Man Bookstore’s “Page to Stage,” the play “Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale” at the National Black Theatre, talks to Rev. Al Sharpton about the “Cotton Club Parade,” and more. To read the first entry please click here.
HARLEM Arts Alliance (HAA) is a not-for-profit arts service organization committed to nurturing the artistic growth and organizational development of artists and arts organizations in Harlem, and surrounding communities is comprised of over 750 individual artists and arts organizations. For more information visit www.harlemaa.org