Barrio Arts Fest 2014: CELEBRATING THE POWER OF OUR ARTS COMMUNITY!

Sunday, September 7, 2014-Certainly, the 14th edition of Barrio Arts Fest (BAF) was a historical one, as the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture celebrated its long awaited renovation with a magnificent display of Puerto Rican contemporary art and its signature arts market that brought artists from Chicago,

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BAF14 Better Than Ever!

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture (NMPRAC) is proud to present Barrio Arts Fest 2014 (BAF14), the weekend of Saturday, September 6th and Sunday September 7th, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. BAF 14 is a weekend long celebration of the arts, crafts, music, arts education

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40 Years: Celebrating Past,Present and Future.

My paintings reveal multiple perspectives of identity as people navigate through this constantly changing world. In my work, I explore our identity as individuals, members of our families and the broader society. Culture, tradition, and ancestral history are all subject matters engaged in my work that serve to speak to

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Santiago Flores Charneco

IPRAC presenta a Santiago Flores Charneco • Apertura de exhibición, Enero 2013. Pronto habra mas detalles.

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Frade’s Photos

"Frade’s Photos" is an introduction into one of the art domains unknown in the production of the painter from Cayey, Puerto Rico; Ramon Frade Leon. Exhibit will run from June through December 2012.

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From ‘Insilio’ to Chicago

"From ‘Insilio’ to Chicago : Expressions of a Neo-Rican.” An exhibit by Jaime Carrero. Exhibit will run from June through December 2012. Co-sponsored by Segundo Ruiz Belviz Cultural Center.

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Carry-On: Puerto Rico Inspected

Welcome to this stimulating exhibit of 35 contemporary artists. Part exchange, part exposé, this curatorial collaboration was inspired and imported from the current ongoing charged art scene of the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico.

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Chicago’s Puerto Rican Community Makes History: IPRAC becomes a Museum In The Park

Wednesday, February 8th marks a new benchmark for Puerto Rican Chicago.  On that date the Chicago Park District Board voted unanimously to designate IPRAC as a Museum In The Park. This momentous event caps off nearly 10 years of struggle by community leaders to establish IPRAC as a Museum In

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IPRAC presents "Lo Que Trajo el Barco"

As a tribute to the Puerto Rican maestro Antonio Martorell and a welcome to his year long exhibition, IPRAC Presents: “Lo Que Trajo el Barco” Miguel Luciano, Josue Pellot, Ramon Miranda-Emerging Puerto Rican artists from N.Y.-Chicago-Puerto Rico April 8, 2011 – June 10, 2011 Kicking off the year long exhibit

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Everyone Matters

This poignant art exhibit showcases the artwork of more than 50 Humboldt Park community residents sharing personal messages of resilience and positive life choices.

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