Puerto Rico Fest 2023
3 – 30 November – at The Clemente Center
GUEST COUNTRY | PAÍS INVITADO
Save The Date
Festival Celebration & Awards Ceremony
November 3 at 6pm
TEATRO SEA & THE CLEMENTE, 107 SUFFOLK ST. NYC 10002
SPONSORED BY: TEATRO SEA, THE CLEMENTE, TEATRO LATEA
Celebrate BORIMIX: Puerto Rico Fest 2023 with our festival kick-off event at Teatro SEA and The Clemente! The evening begins with the BORIMIX Awards Ceremony honoring leaders in the Puerto Rican and Uruguayan community, and follows with the opening of our visual arts exhibitions, and special entertainment by Latin Artists. Don’t miss this fun-filled evening celebrating Puerto Rican arts and culture!
¡Celebra BORIMIX: Puerto Rico Fest 2023 con nuestro evento inaugural en Teatro SEA y El Clemente! La velada comienza con la entrega de premios BORIMIX, para honrar a los líderes de la comunidad puertorriqueña y uruguaya, y continúa con la apertura de nuestras exhibiciones de arte, y entretenimiento especial por artistas latinos. ¡No te pierdas esta noche llena de diversión, celebrando el patrimonio, el arte y la cultura puertorriqueños!
BORIMIX Puerto Rico Fest makes Puerto Rican arts accessible to a multi-ethnic and multi-generational audience, promoting creative collaboration between Latinx artists.
BORIMIX Puerto Rico Fest was established in 2006 by Clemente visual artist resident Miguel Trelles and Manuel Moran/Teatro SEA at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center in the Lower East Side. This November long festival showcases Puerto Rican and Latin American art in a range of mediums and disciplines.
Thanks to its partnership with The Clemente, BORIMIX has transformed Puerto Rican Heritage Month into a gathering of Puerto Rico’s diaspora artists with Latin Americans from all over New York. The Festival now takes place citywide and highlights the impact of the Puerto Rican/LatinX community on the arts and cultural life of the City, the Nation, and the Hemisphere.
We are ready to host our 18th annual BORIMIX: Puerto Rico Fest – NYC’s Latinx cultural landmark event -which features an array of events that include panels, films, theatre, literature, music and the visual arts. These events highlight the impact of Puerto Rican identity and arts & culture within the City, Nation, and Hemisphere, as it intersects with other Latinx identities. This year’s edition is dedicated to Uruguay.