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Upcoming Events









MUSICA DE CAMARA: The Muses – Music & Dance

Friday, September 15 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
El Museo del Barrio
1230 Fifth Ave @ 104th Street

An innovative performance featuring six dancers led by Ana Padron and Diego Blanco with live music by the Pedro Giraudo Tango Quartet. The performers incorporate movement and original music in an exploration of the important choice to either protect one’s vulnerable self by remaining emotionally blind or to show courage and open up to the amazing but unpredictable possibilities of life.


Festival de El Grito De Lares


Hosted by El Maestro, Inc. and Partido Nacionalista de Puerto Rico - Junta de Nueva York

Saturday, September 23 at 1 PM - 7 PM

Vyse Ave, Bronx, between 167th and home street, NY 10459, United States

So you wanna be a great actor? It's all about make-believe, playing dress-up like we did as kids.

"Paul and Cathy get to the roots of acting. They challenge us to grow, leading us to a new breakthrough every class. Be messy and forget the need to get it right because the real growth is in the exploration. Not a scene study class, or a character study class but an actor study class, a class that breaks down your preconceived notions & rebuilds you into the best actor you can be. They practice what they preach." -- Montgomery Mauro

New term starts Oct 3. Check out 'classes' page -, or email calderonclasses for registration info.

Top experts will discuss suicide risk among adolescent Latinas and Black boys, as well as key contributing factors and solutions for what parents, families, schools, service providers and the community can do to support youth of color experiencing mental distress.

This event is free and open to the public.
MIST Harlem is ADA accessible. Live translation will be provided if requested during registration. For other accommodations, please email by August 31.

Wed, September 6, 2017

5:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

MIST Harlem

46 West 116th Street

New York, NY 10026

Dreaming up North: Children on the Move Across the Americas Panel Discussion

September 9 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue

As part of its month-long programming initiative focused on Migration, El Museo del Barrio, in collaboration with Colectiva Infancias, and a network of social anthropologists and photographers present a special panel discussion about the migrant child experience. Panelists include Mexican social anthropologist Valentina Glockner Fagetti; Associate Professor of History, Barnard College, Nara Milanich; Mexican documentary photographer and photojournalist, Cinthya Santos Briones; and assistant professor of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University, Sarah Gallo. RSVP today.