Part of the larger 36th Annual Museum Mile Festival, El Museo will feature outdoor art-making activities, dance, music performances, and a live performance by Legacy Women, the all-women’s traditional musical group rooted in Afro-Dominican and Afro-Puerto Rican traditions. Music by DJ Tony Touch spinning house, R&B, and Latin underground, and art-making for the entire family.
We'll meetup in the courtyard in front of El Museo @ 6pm and enjoy the festivities until 7pm or so, then proceed to walk down the Museum Mile on 5th Avenue, visiting other museums along the way, ending up at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on 88th street & 5th Avenue. After we initially meetup as a group at 6pm, everyone is encouraged to enjoy the festival and visit the other museums at their own pace - we will not be visiting the other museums as a group.
Directions to El Museo:
El Museo is located on Fifth Avenue, between 104th & 105th Streets.
By Bus: Take the #1, #2, #3, or #4 bus lines to 104th Street & Madison Avenue (or Fifth Avenue if you are heading downtown).
By Train: Take #6 train to 103rd Street, walk 3 avenues west to Fifth Ave. As always, please feel free to call or text[masked] if you have any questions, running late, etc...
About El Museo Del Barrio
Founded in 1969, El Museo del Barrio is recognized as New York's leading Latino cultural institution. Primarily featuring Latin American and Caribbean art, El Museo also takes much pride in specializing in works from Puerto Rico and artists in the Puerto Rican community here in New York City. Since moving to it's current permanent location in 1977, El Museo provides artistic cultural diversity as a member of the famed Museum Mile in NYC.