El Taller Latino Americano programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with City Council Melissa Mark-Viverito's office.
Other current and past funders include:
And of course many generous contributions from individual donors.
- The Nathan Cummings Foundation, with thanks to Adam Blumenthal
- The Jacob and Ruth Epstein Foundation
- The Hispanic Federation
- The National Endowment for the Arts
El Taller is a multifaceted Latin American cultural center, a neighborhood institution, vibrant and large in scope and heart. It is a hub for connecting people with the spirit and influence of Latin American culture.
El Taller, has 30 years of rich experience providing an active place for cross-cultural connections, through its classes in Spanish and the arts, serving toddlers to seniors in its scope, and is a focal point for musicians and artists to meet and collaborate. It has many ongoing events such as Spanish, salsa, art and music classes, concerts, art gallery openings and exhibits.
It models diversity at its best and offers a multiplex of opportunities to many segments of the community.
B. Lieberman, New York