New York’s leading Latino cultural institution, welcomes visitors of all backgrounds to discover the artistic landscape of Latino, Caribbean, and Latin American cultures. Their richness is represented in El Museo’s wide-ranging collections and exhibitions, complemented by film, literary, visual and performing arts series, cultural celebrations, and educational programs.
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As the profession’s oldest and largest professional membership organization for design—with more than 70 chapters and more than 15,000 members—we advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and vital cultural force.
Taller Boricua, was founded in 1969 by artists Marcos Dimas, Adrian Garcia, Manuel Otero, Armando Soto, and Martin Rubio. In 1970 it was incorporated as the Puerto Rican Workshop Inc.—a 501(c) non-profit arts organization. The Puerto Rican Workshop has been instrumental with East Harlem’s “El Barrio” community’s cultural and long-standing social well-being. Taller Boricua’s mission statement describes its purpose “to establish a cultural and educational center for the Puerto Rican community in New York City and enhance the “aesthetic, cultural, historical, political, and economic experience of Puerto Ricans in New York.”