Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) is a cultural anchor in Harlem New York with the vision to provide children and young adults with the freedom to pursue their artistic passions. The school is invested in the creativity of the surrounding historically underserved population by supplying an arts space that both brings together families and serves a diverse artistic community. Our award-winning 37,000 square-foot facility was designed specifically for art instruction, performance and exhibition.
Since its founding by acclaimed opera soprano Dorothy Maynor in 1964, HSA has evolved into a vital training ground for each of its visual arts, theater, music, and dance students to find their own unique creative voice. In an effort to serve those who would not have the opportunity to study art, HSA keeps tuition low and offers scholarships to those in need.
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