Performance, November 22, 7pm. See More
Todavia Somos - We Still Are... Performance. November 22, 7pm. See More
With our young artists @ Abya Yala’s Art Workshops @ American Indian Community House. click here
Dancing Huaylias @ El Museo del Barrio’s Three Kings Day Parade. click here
Celebrating the Inti Raymi - Abya Yala’s Sun Festival in NYC. click here
Making art & music @ the Museum of Natural History’s Latin American Art’s Festival. click here

About us

As a community of artists, we dream of making our world a more interesting place to live in. We believe that the arts, in all its expressions, will always bring us closer together, connecting us and allowing us to get to know and love one another just a little better. As artists deeply rooted in our traditions, we know from where we are from, not quite sure of where we are going… but always creating in the process.
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EVENTS

NEW UPCOMING & PAST EVENTS Art & Culture are natural resources in our communities…and effective components that inspire, unity, wonder & change.
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WORKSHOPS

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Abya Yala now offers fully interactive Andean-Arts Workshops, for schools, non-profits and businesses throughout the tri-state area. Our Workshops are certain to educate and entertain, be linked to higher productivity and of course, lot’s of FUN.
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SHOP

NEW Abya’s Mercadito  Welcome to our NEW virtual online Store. Purchase TICKETS here and soon…be able to purchase items related to our mission! It is a great way to support the Arts & Culture of your community. Plus, our VENDEDORES (see above) will be happy to service your needs.
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Ayni – Working together

Ayni (Quechua) is a form of mutual help practiced in indigenous communities in the Andes. The definition of Ayni is embodied in our mission because we, as an organization, have been working together as a creative community to make a better future together.

As members of a community, we have been working with other organizations to establish connections to further promote, maintain and defend our traditions and culture. We also have been learning about each other’s cultures and beliefs, understanding that differences add to our learning. We love the arts that involve the community!

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¡Todavia Somos! “We Still Are” Kachkaniraqmi !

Is a collective theater performance piece based on Jose Maria Arguedas’s poem “A Nuestro Padre Creador Tupac Amaru”. Using an exciting combination of live music, theater, poetry and dance, characters meet, interact and share their individual and collective stories as immigrants, presenting the struggles and contradictions that they must face day to day.

Through singing, playing autochthonous musical instruments, dancing and with the spoken word, we will share our experiences, what we think and how we feel. Maybe then we may be able to confront our own feelings – the eternal longing and uncertainty we face when we ask ourselves: Who are we? Why did we leave? Why did we stay? Will we return?…

This is a new experience for Abya Yala Arte y Cultura. For the very first time, some of its members, all immigrant artists, explore and stage their personal stories, sharing their own artistic sensibility with courage and talent.

TICKETS: $15

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