The Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture in partnership with UIC Latino Cultural Center and the Chicago Latino Film Festival brings to the community the films “Color de Guayaba” and “Semi Tostado”- Saturday, April 21st. • All shows at IPRAC 3015 W. Division St. – FREE ADMISSION.
Claridad presents the book Claridad tras el lente, which includes 300 photographs from their archives providing an alternative look at Puerto Rican history in the last 50 years. The book presentation opens on Thursday, April 19, 2012, at the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture.
IPRAC Celebrates an Unforgettable Evening: 3rd Annual Navi-Jazz Navi-Jazz is an initiative of the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture (IPRAC), which seeks to promote one of the most important elements of Puerto Rican cultural life – particularly of Puerto Ricans in the Diaspora: the syncretism of the
– Memoria (Memory) • Saturday, February 18, 10:30 am. An education workshop with Puerto Rican Artist Bibiana Suarez with a game feature from her exhibit Memoria (Memory) now at the Hyde Park Art Center. Bibiana Suarez will lead the group in a convivial conversation to explain key points of her
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
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
Saturday, June 11th • VIP reception 5pm • Exhibit opening 6pm Coming in June – “A year of Antonio Martorell in Chicago 2011 – 12” Interested in becoming an individual or corporate sponsor ? Then please download the sponsorship packets here: Corporate • Individual with portrait • Individual without portrait