(The Latin American Workshop) is a 501(c)(3) community-based non-profit arts and education institution founded in New York City in 1979 to bridge the gap between Latin Americans and North Americans through the language of art, dance and music.
El Taller offers its community a varied menu of Spanish and English language classes, arts programming, music and that seek not only to educate, but to engage and gather diverse groups together culturally and linguistically on the common ground of creativity. Over 500 people each month meet to share ideas, participate in the classes and to find creative inspiration and a refuge in the middle of New York City.
A Language School… with conversational Spanish classes, recognized by the Village Voice, The Daily News, and thousands of satisfied students as among the best in New York City.
A Cultural Center… where over 500 people each month meet to share ideas,find creative inspiration and find refuge in the middle of the City.
A Stage… where local and internationally known musicians present their work.
An Art Gallery… to showcase upcoming and established artists from all over the world.