PAMAR's annual LACW, now on its 8th edition, reaches out to more than 500,000 individuals through a worldwide promotional and marketing campaign. Many institutions and artists throughout New York City participate hosting presentations of music, dance, film, theater, literature, visual and performing arts from or influenced by the diverse cultures of Latin America. Among them we can mention the World Music Institute, Sotheby's, Christie's, Instituto Cervantes, Praxis International Art, Brazilian Endowment for the Arts, Museo del Barrio, Americas Society, Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano, Repertorio Español.
The LACW counts with the support of the office of the Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer, NYC and Company Foundation, the Latin Media and Entertainment Commission, the Department of Cultural Affairs of the City of New York (DCA), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), El Diario La Prensa as the official spanish language newspaper and several corporate sponsors.
The 8th Annual Latin American Cultural Week will take place November 15 - 24th, 2013.
Pan American Musical Art Research is a 501(c) (3) organization founded in 1984 to promote awareness of and appreciation for the cultures of Latin America by sponsoring and presenting multi-disciplinary performances and events to a broad audience of all ages, and racial cultural and economic backgrounds in the Tri-state area, in collaboration with local arts and culture organizations. Our mission is to share the rich cultural heritage of Latin America and the Latin American diaspora by showcasing music, dance, theatre, film literature and visual arts representing or influenced by Latin American culture. We also seek to provide increased exposure and performing opportunities for Latino artists.
The core project in our programming is Latin American Cultural Week presented annually since 2006 throughout New York City. During 2012, we presented 19 music/dance performances, 8 theatre performances, 11 visual arts exhibitions, 11 lectures and literature programs an art fair and 2 art auctions. Participating institutions have included Americas Society, Instituto Cervantes, Reportorio Espanol, Sotheby's, World Music Institute among others. In 2012 we presented Latin America Week programs in Washington Heights for the first time. We plan to expand our work in this area in 2013.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
NoMAA Capacity Building Grant Program, made possible by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation.
This project is made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Supported by the Latin Media and Entertainment Commission of the City of New York.
designed by Pablo Pereyra