Women on the Edge of Time
Commemorating the observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history
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Taller Boricua is pleased to announce our first online exhibit for 2021. Beginning on March 17, 2021, an outstanding and diverse collection of art by members from the prestigious and long-standing New York arts organization, NYSWA, New York Society of Women Artists, will be shown. These works commemorate the observance of Women’s History Month. Given the present socio-political and environmental-climate that our world is currently living through, creativity continues to be the driving force that sustains and empowers us to stand our ground and meet tomorrow’s challenges. Using various artistic genres, these artists strongly express ideas for social justice and the struggle for equality through their work.
The 100th Anniversary of their Society’s formation lays down a historical marker to be appreciated and learned from by the forthcoming generation of aspiring women artists. Under Natalie Giugni’s leadership, NYSWA continues forging its important mission. This exhibit demonstrates that the demand for freedom and recognition is as relevant today, one hundred years after the Women’s Suffrage Movement began in the late 19th century in America. Bravo to the New York Society of Women Artists and Bienvenidas a Taller Boricua.
Nitza Tufino, Master Printer and Director of Taller Boricua’s Rafael Tufino Printmaking Workshop.
Realidades was the first national Latino television series in public television history in the United States of America. The groundbreaking television series highlighted a cross-section of events, activities, organizations, and individuals, all of which were significantly illustrating and defining our ”realities” during the 1960s and 1970s
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1680 Lexington Ave.
New York, NewYork, 10029
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121 East 106 Street
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Taller Boricua Board of Directors
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William Cruz Colon
All programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Taller Boricua is also funded in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council, Consejo Grafico, the Puerto Rican Workshop Inc. and individual contributors
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