Preserving and promoting Puerto Rican arts and culture.
Known as El Corazón Cultural del Barrio, Taller Puertorriqueño is a community-based cultural organization that uses art to promote development within its community and the Latinx Diaspora and build bridges to the Greater Philadelphia region.
September 21, 2023 | 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Meet the Author: Isabel Díaz Alanís
with Julia de Burgos Bookstore
Únete a nosotres con la autora Isabel Díaz Alanís y Centro Integral de la Mujer Madre Tierra para una conversación informal sobre el libro y los temas de cómo recordamos el pasado y cómo contamos nuestra propia historia. Después de la conversación tendremos un ejercicio de escritura creativa.
Evento en español
AUGUST 11, 2023 – OCTOBER 21, 2023
Arcanas: Neocolonial Retablos inspired by Tarot
PATRICK MCGRATH MUÑIZ
We welcome Patrick McGrath Muñiz’s latest exhibition, Arcanas: Neocolonial Retablos Inspired by Tarot. Curated by Daniel de Jesús, this show features 30 new artworks that explore the intersection of tradition and innovation.
Latest events at the Taller
We are excited about the new events and exhibitions we are creating for the community and would love to keep you in the know.
Your support is what allows Taller to keep serving the community from year to year. Whether it’s renewing your membership, donating a small amount, or imparting a generous gift, all of your support helps us bring arts and culture to our neighborhood.
The Julia de Burgos Bookstore at Taller
The only one of its kind in Philly. Our store is a bilingual bookstore that specializes in Puerto Rican culture but embraces and represents all Latin cultures. We sell merchandise by local artists and artisans. Any income from the store goes right back into Taller Puertorriqueño’s after-school programs, youth artist programs, community events, and more.
Book a Tour or Workshop
Taller offers guided neighborhood tours, gallery tours, and hands-on art workshops, to school, university, and community groups on-site.
Visit our Archives
The Eugenio María de Hostos Archives is a resource and research center that includes books, periodicals, articles, recordings, and research, focusing on Puerto Rican, Latino, and Latinx history in Philadelphia and across the country.
Rent our Facilities
We offer the best amenities and flexibility in our spectacular rental spaces. With multi-purpose spaces, convenient parking, conference rooms, and much more at reasonable rates.