Affordable Art Fair New York Fall 2023 brings international commercial art galleries to New York City. Affordable Art Fair New York Fall 2023 The Affordable Art Fair New York Fall 2023, offers international commercial art priced under $12,000, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, Manhattan; Wednesday-Sunday, September 20-24, 2023. From $22. 🇺🇸 🇫🇷 🇮🇹 🇲🇽 🇪🇸 Latin … [Read more...] about Affordable Art Fair New York Fall 2023 is a Great Way to Start Collecting
Peruvian NYC Archive
The Peruvian NYC Archive contains New York Latin Culture Magazine's coverage of Peruvian culture in New York City and beyond since 2012.
Junta Hispana 2023 is a family-oriented festival of Latin food, music, dance, beauty, and folklore from 20 Spanish-speaking countries of the Americas. Sort of a casual Latin World’s Fair, it’s even on the Flushing Meadows Corona Park location of the 1964 New York World’s Fair. The festival is produced by Bravo and Ctown Supermarkets which sell many Latin products in Latin … [Read more...] about Junta Hispana 2023 is a Family Festival of Latin Culture in Queens
The Queens Hispanic Parade 2023 celebrates the diversity, traditions, folklore and unity of the Queens Hispanic community. Founded in 1976, the parade is a series of community events including: a parade queen coronation, gala, and parade. Queens is probably the most diverse region on the planet. It's the starting point for many New Yorkers. Wherever you are from, there is … [Read more...] about Queens Hispanic Parade is a Grand Community Celebration
Hispanic Heritage Month 2023 isn't about Spanish culture, it's about us, the Americans of the Americas who come together in the United States, and especially New York City, the capital of the Latin world. We meditate on Hispanic Heritage Month every year, because as New Yorkers traveling constantly in the Caribbean and Latin America, our understanding of what it means to be … [Read more...] about Hispanic Heritage Month 2023 Isn’t About Spanish Culture Any More
The Armory Show 2023 is New York City's big fall contemporary art fair. It anchors the Armory Week cluster of contemporary art fairs, and is currently run by a leadership team of women. The fair was acquired this year by Frieze, a London art magazine and art fair producer. Frieze produces the Frieze art fair which anchors New York's Frieze Week cluster of contemporary art … [Read more...] about The Armory Show Brings International Latin and African Galleries to New York
The Peruvian Parade 2023 is a coronation, flag raising, gala, parade, and festival around Passaic, Clifton and Paterson, New Jersey. Coronation The Paterson Peruvian Parade Coronation is at the Fiesta Banquet Hall in Wood-Ridge, NJ on Sunday, July 2, 2023 at 11am. $80. 🇵🇪 Flag Raising The Peruvian flag raising is at Clifton City Hall and Passaic City Hall … [Read more...] about The Peruvian Parade 2023 and Peruvian Festival Comes to Paterson
The 17th Dance Parade NYC 2023 is dancing in the streets with over 100 styles of dance, from Sixth Avenue at 17th St in Chelsea, to the DanceFest at Tompkins Square Park in the East Village; on Saturday, May 20, 2023 starting at 11:45am. FREE! 🇧🇴 🇧🇷 🇨🇺 🇨🇴 🇩🇴 🇮🇹 🇯🇲 🇲🇽 🇳🇬 🇵🇪 🇵🇷 🇪🇸 🇹🇹 Dance Parade NYC 2023 Parade Route The parade starts on Sixth Avenue this year. It is … [Read more...] about Dance Parade NYC 2023 DanceFest Gets over 10,000 New Yorkers Dancing in the Streets
The Future Fair 2023 is a contemporary art fair that works to bring diverse crop of emerging artists and art galleries into the art-industrial complex. Future Fair 2023 The Future Fair 2023 emerging contemporary art fair is at Chelsea Industrial in Chelsea, Manhattan. Collector's Preview, Wednesday, May 10, $100. Show Thursday-Saturday, May 11-13, 2023. From $45. … [Read more...] about The Future Fair 2023 Brings Diversity to the Art-Industrial Complex
Our world is changing, but everyone still has a mom. Mother's Day in New York City 2023 The Latin way would be that everyone goes to Mom's house or a kid's house and we cook, eat, drink, talk, maybe dance a little, and that's about it. We just have a house party. But there are some things that your Mom might enjoy this year in New York City. Spanish Harlem … [Read more...] about Happy Mother’s Day NYC 2023!
Afro-Andean Funk is Peruvian singer Araceli Poma and American multi-instrumentalist Matt Geraghty. The New York City-based band fuses Afro-Peruvian musical traditions with American R&B and a world of influences. Afro-Andean Funk Afro-Andean Funk is a Latin Grammy-nominated band rooted in Afro-Peruvian tradition, but fused with R&B, rock and jazz. Their … [Read more...] about Afro-Andean Funk, featuring Araceli Poma & Matt Geraghty, Plays Cumbia for Dancing
The Bryant Park Dance Party 2023 hosted by Talia Castro-Pozo, the Queen of New York Salsa, gives free dance lessons at 6pm, followed by live music for dancing at Bryant Park in Midtown, Manhattan; from 7-8:30pm, Wednesday-Thursday, May 3-4, 10-11, and 17-18, 2023. Free. Bryant Park Dance Party 2023 Schedule La Excelencia plays 1970s style New York salsa dura for … [Read more...] about Bryant Park Dance Party 2023 gives Free Dance Lessons Followed by Live Music for Dancing!
by Keith Widyolar Chosen Memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond is a major exhibition of Latin American artists who have used history as inspiration during the contemporary period of the last 40 years. Chosen Memories That's an interesting title. These artists were inspired by Latin America's rich past, so they … [Read more...] about Chosen Memories at MoMA Finds the Needle in the Haystack of Contemporary Latin American Art
The African Diaspora International Film Festival 2o23 is a Harlem-based film festival about the experience of people of color around the world. African Diaspora International Film Festival 2023 The African Diaspora International Film Festival 2023 digs into the theme of "Music & Soul in the African Diaspora" as a force for social change. It's screening American, … [Read more...] about African Diaspora International Film Festival 2023 is a World Full of Music & Soul
International Workers Day on May 1 celebrates the organized labor movement. It's a popular day to protest for workers' and civil rights, which is something that both Latin Americans and Latin Europeans seem to enjoy. It's not a big deal in the United States, but is in the Latin world. Owners don't like it because they don't want to be unionized, but workers see it as their … [Read more...] about International Workers Day or Labor Day is a National Holiday in Much of the Latin World
The 25th YAGP, Youth America Grand Prix Gala 2023 is our favorite ballet in New York City. Really. The "Stars of Today Meets the Stars of Tomorrow" Gala is a night with some of ballet's biggest stars and the young winners of the competition. The YAGP, Youth America Grand Prix is the world's largest student ballet scholarship competition. It's basically a talent scouting … [Read more...] about The YAGP, Youth America Grand Prix Gala 2023 Returns to Lincoln Center
Latin Mondays at Taj, hosted by Talia Castro-Pozo, has been one of NYC's most popular salsa dance parties for over 15 years. It's on Mondays from 7pm to 1am (5pm doors). From $15. At Latin Mondays at Taj, you can dance salsa, son, timba, bachata, merengue, cumbia, champeta, cha-cha-cha and more to New York's best live bands and Latin DJs. Start your evening with … [Read more...] about Talia Casto-Pozo’s “Latin Mondays at Taj” is One of New York’s Most Popular Salsa Dances
The first installation of the the Museum of the City of New York's photography triennial New York Now: Home, shows some of the ways our city of immigrants make New York home. This experience is part of the daily lives of millions of New Yorkers. New York Now: Home Photography Triennial New York Now: Home, a photography exhibition about how New Yorkers make the city … [Read more...] about The New York Now: Home Photography Exhibition at MCNY Shows How New Yorkers Make New York City Home
NEW YORK Sep 25, 2012 ~ Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa, one of the world's leading writers and winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize for Literature, was interviewed by Javier Royo, director of Instituto Cervantes, New York's most important school of Spanish language.The event was part of the celebration of the release of the 50th Anniversary edition of Mr. Llosa's first book, the … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday Mario Vargas Llosa!
Our Lady of Candelaria (Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria or La Virgen de Candelaria) is the patron saint of Tenerife in the Canary Islands (Spanish islands off the African coast of Morocco). In the Colonial Period, many Canary Islanders moved to the Caribbean and South America. She has been adopted as the patron saint of many Black communities across the Americas including … [Read more...] about Celebrate Our Lady of Candelaria, Patron Saint of Tenerife, Canary Islands; the African Diaspora; and Miners
Pisco is a brandy made by distilling wine in Peru and Chile. Spanish colonizers in the 1500s made it to reduce the weight and volume of wine for shipping throughout the Spanish colonies. The spirit's name comes from Pisco, Peru which was a port that shipped agricultural products. Peruvians and Chileans both claim Pisco as their national drink. Let's not fight. Let's just … [Read more...] about Celebrate National Pisco Day and the Spirit of Peru!
The New York Marathon 2022 brings about 50,000 runners from around the world to all five New York City boroughs (counties). Cheering for thousands of people as they run past is a pretty good feeling. Everyone gets pumped up. If you're not running, it's fun to have lunch somewhere on the marathon route. First Avenue in Manhattan has many restaurants. It may seem silly, … [Read more...] about New York Marathon 2022 is Fun to Run and Fun to Watch
The Havana Film Festival New York 2022 screens Latin American films you won't see anywhere else in NYC. These are not Hollywood blockbusters. They are the exact opposite. Havana Film Festival selections have great storytelling and emotional depth that is beyond the comprehension of most Hollywood filmmakers. Non-English films are screened with subtitles. There are usually … [Read more...] about Havana Film Festival New York 2022
Ceviche is raw seafood cured with fresh lemon or lime juice. As a raw dish, it is not actually cooked. The citric acids in the juices break down seafood proteins in the same way that cooking does. Our favorite ceviche restaurant in New York City used to call the juices tiger milk. It was rich like you would imagine tiger milk to be. A traditional recipe uses ocean fish … [Read more...] about Celebrate National Ceviche Day 2023!
Hispanic Heritage Month NYC 2022 is a U.S. national celebration of Latin culture and the contributions of Latin peoples to the United States. The celebration from September 15 to October 15 frames the independence days of Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua), Mexico and Chile. The Spanish national day is included too. … [Read more...] about Hispanic Heritage Month NYC 2022 is a Celebration of the Global Heritage of the Americas
Central and South Andean communities celebrate Pachamama on August 1, but preparations start the eve before. Pachamama Pachamama is the Quechuan and Aymaran name for Mother Earth. It literally means world mother, but also refers to her spirit. If you need equivalence to understand, she is the Andean Virgin Mary. We respect her all year long, but especially on August … [Read more...] about Celebrate Pachamama, the Andean New Year That Honors Mother Earth!
The Hispanic Day Parade NYC 2022 is one of the highlights of NYC's Hispanic Heritage Month celebration of Hispanic Latinx culture. There are 21 Spanish-speaking countries in the world. Several more share some Hispanic Heritage from the Colonial Era. Hispanic Day Parade NYC 2022 The parade is actually a series of events. The Hispanic Day Parade's El Gran Noche … [Read more...] about The Hispanic Day Parade NYC 2022 (Desfile de la Hispanidad) Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month on Fifth Avenue!
Salsa Stories Sound of Light Edition is an immersive multimedia Salsa block party. It brings Salsa music and dancing, free dance classes, photo and video exhibitions, to the New York City streets where Salsa as we know it today was born. Salsa Stories Sound of Light Edition South Bronx is at the Open Street on Kelly St (between Ave St John & Legget Ave) in Longwood, … [Read more...] about Salsa Stories Sound of Light Edition is an Immersive Multimedia Salsa Block Party
Inti Raymi is the Inca new year celebration that peaks on June 24. It honors Inti, the ancient Inca god who is represented by the sun, and was the source of the Inca king's power and authority. It's midsummer in the north, but midwinter in the southern hemisphere. Former Inca lands include coastline and high Andes mountains where it gets very cold in winter. The sun is … [Read more...] about Celebrate Inti Raymi, Inca New Year
The Queens Hispanic Parade 2022 in Jackson Heights is a grand Hispanic Heritage Month celebration of the many Latin cultures in Queens. The borough is the most diverse urban area on Earth. The parade celebrates folkloric traditions with floats, music and lots more. Queens Hispanic Parade 2022 The Queens Hispanic Parade 2022 marches on 37th Avenue from 69th St to … [Read more...] about The Queens Hispanic Parade 2022 is Back in Jackson Heights
Junta Hispana 2022 is a family-oriented street fair of Latin culture with food, music, dance and folklore from 20 Spanish-speaking countries. It is sort of a Latin World's Fair. It's even on the Flushing Meadows Corona Park location of the 1964 New York World's Fair. There is entertainment for kids and grown-ups too. There's a children's play area, art center and coloring … [Read more...] about Junta Hispana 2022 is Back in Flushing Meadows Corona Park