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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BARRIO ART FEST '11

BARRIO ART FEST ’11 is an arts educational festival showcasing Puerto Rican, Latino & Humboldt Park artist through art exhibits, performances, demonstrations & educational workshops. An Art and Cultural event for the entire family!

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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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Become a Sponsor of Antonio Martorell

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

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Support IPRAC's Museum in the Park Campaign

Help support the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture’s Museum in the Parks campaign, a community-driven movement to make IPRAC a member museum of the Museums in the Park coalition.

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2nd Annual Navi-Jazz Concert

IPRAC presents the 2nd Annual Navi-Jazz Concert, featuring special guest Luis “Perico” Ortiz. Navi-Jazz is a holiday celebration showcasing the best in Puerto Rican jazz music.

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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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