Dwyer Cultural Center
Harlem's Cultural life just got much richer with the opening of the $3 million Dwyer Cultural Center, accompanied with spectacular artistic performances on Monday.
Established artists and up-and-coming ones will find a home at the Dwyer to exhibit their artwork, or for musical performances. The Center helps fill the huge demand for space for artistic performers and exhibitors in Harlem.
The center boasts multi-media performance rooms downstairs and work space. Meanwhile the spirit of Uptown is captured by three screens that continuously flash images of Harlem in the building's lobby.
The Dwyer, which occupies the lower levels of the building which includes condominiums and a gym for Children is a welcome addition to Harlem's renowned institutions such as the Schomburg Center, the Apollo Theater and The Studio Museum of Harlem.
The Center enjoys 7,000-square-feetof space and is located on 258 St. Nicholas Avenue at 123rd Street. The Dwyer’s programming is provided by the nonprofit educational and arts organization, Community Works, which raised money for the Center from private and City contributions.
HoursMonday-Friday from 10am-5pm and Saturday from 1pm-5pm.
Dwyer Cultural Center258 St. Nicholas Avenue
at 123rd Street, entrance on 123rd St.
New York, NY 10027
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Public TransportationA, B, C, or D train to 125th Street. You will exit onto St. Nicholas Ave.