Las Galerías are Closed
Las Galerías are Closed
Las Galerías are Closed
Las Galerías are Open | 11am – 5pm
Las Galerías are Open | 11am – 5pm
Las Galerías are Open | 11am – 5pm
Las Galerías are Open | 11am – 5pm
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El Museo offers engaging programs featuring storytelling and art-making workshops, as well as interactive tours, and family days throughout the year. We encourage kids and adults to learn together about Latinx art and culture. For more information about programs for families, email


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cultural celebrations

Throughout the year, El Museo del Barrio invites everyone to learn more about cherished Latinx and Latin American cultural traditions through our annual Three Kings Day Parade, the Día de Muertos Celebration, and more!.

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El Museo collaborates with elementary schools, high schools and community organizations throughout the city’s boroughs to provide programming that allows individuals to explore the themes of identity, community and culture through art.  For more information, please email


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El Museo presents thought-provoking exhibitions throughout the year rooted in Latinx and Latin American art and culture. Be sure to also check out our archives of past exhibitions dating back to 2007.

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In partnership with non-profit organizations, the Museum offers opportunities to promising undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and career changers who are considering careers in the arts, education, non-profits and museum profession. 


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El Museo’s Permanent Collection offers an in-depth perspective on Latino art and visual culture in the U.S., Latin America, and the Caribbean. Ranging from pre-Columbian to modern and contemporary art, the collection, totaling more than 8,500 objects, is a unique cultural resource that reflects the institution’s decolonized and diasporic history and ethos.

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Educator Resource Guides provide context and content about El Museo’s cultural celebrations. Use the discussion questions and activities outlined in the Guides before and after your visit to continue the conversation with your students.


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