1976 PBS broadcasts TB film “Towards a Collective Expression.”
Marcos Dimas film, Towards a Collective Expression, is broadcast on Realidades,
TB Artists participate in Sprit of Independence Show organized by Luis Cancel at Cayman Gallery
TB artists join protests of Bicentennial Exhibition at Whitney Museum
TB prepares to relocate to Boys Harbor building
Iman New York: A Selection Works by Latin American artists Living in New York opens at the Center for Inter American relations (aka the Americas Society). Taller artists in the show are: Rafael Colon Morales and Marcos Dimas. Iman was co-organized by the Institute of Contemporary Hispanic Art and The Center for Inter-Relations.
Catalog notes the show was inspired by a New York Times editorial on December 24th, 1975 which declared that: “While the city is in deep fiscal trouble, it is flourishing in theater and the arts.
New York is a vital center of creativity, it is a continuing magnet.”
Marta Moreno Vega establishes the Caribbean Culture Center.
Charas sponsors the creation of La Plaza Cultural Community Garden on the Lower East Side.
Freddie Hernandez begins working as a muralist for Cityarts; together with Tomie Arai the team create major murals celebrating solidarity between Puerto Ricans, Asians Americans and African Americans on the Lower East Side
TB Events/ Exhibitions 1976:
Jan 10— lecture on PR art for Puerto rican studies class at LaGuardia Community College, Queens
Feb 18 Show at Laguardia Community College
March 12 Exhibit and Lecture for Black and Hispanic Organizational Art Conference in Ct.
April 6— show and lecture on pr art at Amherst College, Amherst, MA
April 8— Exhibition at Massive Economical Neighborhood Development, Inc., Manhattan (MEND)
April 10 Prints and paintings at Columbia University, Manhattan
April 26 Sculpture group exhibition at galleria 11 Museo del Barrio, Manhattan
June 6 Outdoor exhibition, Fiestas Patronales del Barrio
The Public Theater Latin American Theater Festival