Tuesday, June 9, 2020 | 9am – 9pm

In the spirit of bringing communities together through the power of art and culture, we are participating in this year’s Virtual Museum Mile Festival. Throughout the day, El Museo and 7 other museums will host live and pre-recorded programs, virtual exhibition tours, musical performances, and activities for families streamed on their respective websites and social media platforms. Culture enthusiasts from around the world will now be able to join New Yorkers, during this unprecedented moment, and enjoy the festival. 

Participating museums include: The Metropolitan Museum of ArtNeue Galerie New YorkSolomon R. Guggenheim MuseumCooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design MuseumThe Jewish MuseumMuseum of the City of New YorkEl Museo del Barrio; and The Africa Center

For information on each Museum’s participation, please visit their websites (linked above).

Live at 6pm via
El Museo’s Facebook 


Learn more about La Colección through a fun game of Collection-ary with El Museo Curators Rodrigo Moura and Susanna Temkin, and special guests, artists Elia Alba and Scherezade García.

¡MUEVETE! with NinaSky
Live at 8pm via Zoom Live | RSVP here


NinaSky closes El Museo’s participation in the first ever Virtual Museum Mile spinning a unique sound; a fusion of hip-hop, r&b, pop and reggae.

In 2004, recording artists Nicole and Natalie Albino better known as Nina Sky blazed the music scene. The identical twin’s infectious debut song, “Move Ya Body” and follow-up tracks “Turning Me On,” and “Oye Mi Canto.” not only became club anthems, but propelled the group to Billboard chart success. 

THE ARTISTS | Available All Day

Honoring its renowned Permanent Collection and its roots in El Barrio (East Harlem), El Museo del Barrio will present The Artists, interviews with artists who have enriched our Collection, including artist iliana emilia garcia and photographer Hiram Maristany.

featuring the work of artist Juan Sanchez

Create your own collage inspired by the work El Padre, El Hijo, El Espíritu Santo (The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit),1995, by Brooklyn based Nuyorican artist Juan Sánchez and part of El Museo del Barrio’s Permanent Collection. 

Check out our easy how-to guide and post your collage! Tag us @elmuseo and we will repost on Instagram.


El Museo del Barrio announces the launch of an online archive of exhibition catalogues and brochures from the past fifty years. As important scholarly resources, the digitized publications feature illustrations and texts by artists, scholars, museum professionals, and other experts, that in many cases represent the first, and in some instances, the only existing references on particular artists and/or subjects. Though previously available to scholars by appointment, full text digital reproductions of these materials are now available for open access to the public for the first time.

This program is a part of El Museo en Tu Casa, our new bilingual digital initiative encouraging visitors to explore and learn about Latino art and culture. Generously supported by Tony Bechara and the Board of Trustees, the Census 2020, and the NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund.