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Harlem Is Everywhere

A new podcast about the art and legacy of the Harlem Renaissance

Hear how music, fashion, literature, and art helped shape a modern Black identity.

Presented alongside the exhibition The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism, the podcast is hosted by writer and critic Jessica Lynne. The series features a dynamic cast of speakers who reflect on the legacy and cultural impact of the Harlem Renaissance.

Subscribe to Harlem Is Everywhere wherever you listen to podcasts:

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Harlem Is Everywhere is produced by The Metropolitan Museum of Art in collaboration with Audacy’s Pineapple Street Studios. 

Host: Jessica Lynne

Guests: Denise Murrell, Bridget R. Cooks, Robin Givhan, Monica L. Miller, John Keene, Christian McBride, Richard Powell, James Smalls, and Mary Schmidt Campbell

Poets: Carl Phillips and Major Jackson

At The Met:
Executive Producer: Sarah Wambold
Managing Producer: Christopher Alessandrini
Producer: Rachel Smith
Audio Engineer: David Raymond
Production Coordinator: Ashliy Sabb
Digital Department Intern: Tess Solot-Kehl
Graphic Designer: Frank Mondragon
External Affairs: Gretchen Scott, Alexandra Kozlakowski, Jennifer Isakowitz, Claire Lanier, and Micah Pegues

Merryl H. & James S. Tisch Curator at Large and curator of The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism: Denise Murrell
Research Associate, Harlem Renaissance: Tiarra Brown

Executive Advisors: Max Hollein, Inka Drögemüller, and Douglas Hegley

At Pineapple Street Studios:
Executive Producers: Asha Saluja and Je-Anne Berry
Senior Producer: Stephen Key
Producer: Maria Robins-Somerville
Editor: Josh Gwynn
Senior Engineer: Marina Paiz
Assistant Engineers: Sharon Bardales and Jade Brooks

Fact Checker: Maggie Duffy
Legal Services: Kristel Tupja
Original Music: Austin Fisher and Epidemic Sound

Special Thanks: Isabella Garces, Laura Kandle, Adam Modlin, Skyla Choi, and Jenny Bantz

Supported by

Bloomberg Philanthropies