Developed by Broadway Housing Communities, a pioneering advocate and developer of supportive and affordable housing, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is dedicated to the cognitive and creative development of children ages 3-8 years, and features a robust schedule of exhibition, education and storytelling programs that celebrate the cultural legacy of one of New York’s most important neighborhoods.
At the intersection of Harlem and Washington Heights, the Museum designed by renowned architect David Adjaye, offers a window into the diverse art and culture of this legendary community.
The Museum provides a dynamic setting for all occasions, offering spacious facilities and a unique architectural presence, which makes it an ideal backdrop for corporate events as well as social functions for 20 to 250 guests.
the living room
The Living Room is the premier event space and serves as a versatile and adaptable area for receptions, presentations, seated dinners and business meetings. Clients have the opportunity to take advantage of curated exhibitions to create a memorable evening for 150+ guests.
THE SALON AND LEGACY GALLERIES
Adjacent to the Living Room, the Salon and Legacy Galleries provides guests with private access to one-of-a-kind cultural experiences by acclaimed artists who celebrate the cultural history of the community.
STUDIO LABS I AND II
Imaginations run wild in the Studio Labs, the hub of creativity at the Museum, where guests are encouraged to engage in creative and educational art-making activities. The labs are perfect for break out rooms, workshops and production offices, and can hold up to 50 guests.
A beautiful outdoor space, the Courtyard offers a garden area for receptions under the stars and sky.
HOST YOUR NEXT EVENT WITH US!
To host your next event with us and/or for more information, please contact the Museum’s Special Events Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.335.0004 ext. 17.