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Posts tagged "Taller Puertorriqueno"

Artist talk and exhibit: Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta Artist talk and exhibit: Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta

Artist talk and exhibit: Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta

On November 18, join Taller Puertorriqueño for a conversation with Tim Gibbon, Heather Raquel Phillips (ACG '17), Melissa Beatriz Skolnick-Noguera (WOO '17, ACG '12), and Wit López about their work in the third group of Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta. [learn more]

Quizás Mañana Quizás Mañana

Michelle Angela Ortiz Solo Exhibition Quizás Mañana

In her first solo exhibition at Taller Puertorriqueño, Michelle Angela Ortiz’s (ACG '13, '12, '05, LTA '08) presents Quizás Mañana, a show that looks at the power of familial connection, place, and story. This exhibition will feature new installations, light boxes, and portraits representing her focus on what she calls “visual artifacts.” View the exhibit through July 29. [learn more]

Building Community Art Spaces Panel Discussion

Fleisher Art Memorial presents Building Community Art Spaces Panel Discussion at El Corazón Cultural Center, Taller Puertorriqueño on Saturday, April 8, 2017. This event gathers four of Philadelphia's cultural leaders who are currently developing, or have recently completed major capital projects, for a panel discussion to analyze the impact that their new facilities have made on the region's cultural landscape and to illuminate the ways in which conversations with residents informed the success of their projects. [learn more]

Taller Puertorriqueño Opens El Corazón Cultural Center

Taller Puertorriqueño is celebrating the grand opening of their new El Corazón Cultural Center on December 7. [learn more]

Marta Sanchez' Fall Exhibitions

Marta Sanchez will be showing work at the Crawford Campus Center Gallery, Brandywine Workshop, Taller Puertorriqueño and Trenton City Museum this fall. [learn more]

New Exhibit: Afro-Latino in Philadelphia: Stories from El Barrio

Afro-Latino in Philadelphia: Stories from El Barrio work acknowledges the role of African heritage within Latino identity. [learn more]

Images of Identity: Taller Puertorriqueno 1974-2014

Celebrating 40 years of engaging and building community through the arts, this exhibition is a survey of Taller’s response to the needs and aspirations of the community it represents. On view from November 7 to January 10, 2015; Opening November 14, 5:30-8:00pm [learn more]