The streets of San Juan are filled with protesters outraged over misogynist, homophobic, and violent comments made by Puerto Rican governor Ricardo Rosselló. Artists have played a key role in global awareness of the controversy.
Whereas the American government is providing loans to Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria, Arte al Rescate is providing direct aid to victims by fundraising through the arts.
MassArt college is offering a fully-funded semester to 10 art students from Puerto Rico.
The saints demonstrate our ability to transform broken wood into something new.
The Puerto Rico-based artist duo examine a tense, close connection with a poetic show using sculpture, performance, photo, and video.
Since hurricane Maria hit, the arts nonprofit Beta-Local has been working with a network of artists and organizations on the island to take matters into their own hands.
Yasmín Hernández lives in Puerto Rico, and instead of attending a panel discussion at El Museo del Barrio in New York last week she sent this letter outlining the realities of post-hurricane life for an artist.
Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico features an intergenerational group of five artists wrestling with the history and materiality of painting.
The Detroit/Puerto Rico Solidarity Exchange Network aims to strengthen connections between Puerto Ricans on the island and those in the diaspora, and make new ones with activists in the Motor City.
On April 22 at Interference Archive, Carmen Vivian Rivera and José E. Velázquez will discuss activism in the 1960s–80s Puerto Rican diaspora.
MIAMI — There is a dizzying effect in Beatriz Santiago Muñoz’s short film “Otro usos (Other Uses).”
Edra Soto attempts architectural transplants the way a doctor might replace skin, seeing if an unfamiliar addition will take.