Huascar Robles

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Barco de Papel presented the work of Puerto Rican photographer and journalist Huáscar Robles, with a special intervention by journalists Ileán Pérez Cruz and Carmen Graciela Díaz. The author analyzed the challenges Haiti and Puerto Rico faced after natural tragedies. … Continued

Diego Cristian Saldana

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Centro Cultural Barco de Papel presented the wining work or the National Young Novel Award “José Revueltas” (Mexico 2019) by the musician and writer Diego Cristian Saldaña (1990) in New York on January 15 2020. Tiene la noche un árbol, … Continued

Things I’ll Never Tell You

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The Mujeristas’ Collective presented at the Barco de Papel Cultural Center its third printed publication with the open microphone “Things that I will never tell you” on Saturday, December 14, 2019. The open mic featured an online open call to … Continued

LGTB Visibility in Literature

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The LGTB literary expression returned on September 27 and 28, 2019   for the second consecutive year to the Barco de Papel Cultural Center with a selection of renowned authors. In the second edition of “LGTB Visibility in Literature”  Barco … Continued

Wandering Art and Library

Elmhurst, NY-Centro Cultural Barco de Papel presented the “Wandering Art and Library” project that traveled the streets of Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, and Corona, Queens. “Cities are places of barter, not just merchandise, but also of words, wishes and memories.”—Italo Calvino Sponsored by … Continued

Queens Borough Bounce Series

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The Queens Borough Bounce series kicked off on Sunday 7 2019 with a musical caravan making stops in Jackson Heights, Elmhurst and Corona. The Sonicycle in action  mapped the sites, sounds, and memories of neighborhoods and communities along the historic … Continued

Fernando Morote (Pe)

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 “Centro Cultural Barco de Papel” presented on April 9, 2016 the latest literary production by Peruvian author Fernando Morote, titled, “La Cocina del Infierno (Hell’s kitchen). The book took its name from a New York neighborhood where poor immigrants in the past … Continued

Omar Iloy Colon (PR)

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Puerto Rican artist and poet Omar Iloy Colon presented his poems at Barco de Papel in a show that blended rhyme, rhythm and performance. The event called “Spoken Word” was swarmed by local young poets attracted by the growing positive feedback that … Continued