Interconnections offers new critical insights into the MAPR’s per collection. This exhibition is a thematic presentation, or better stated, an exhibition with many themes, since the display in each of the halls could stand independently.
“Había una Vez...”
Book narration and creative workshops.
Sundays, 3:00 - 4:30pm
From April 2nd to June 25th
April 2nd “Tibilí, el niño que no quería ir a la escuela” de Marie Léonard.
April 16th “Sapo es Sapo” de Max Velthuijs. 
April 23rd “Dani y Dino” de Mercedes Neuschäfer-Carlón.
April 30th “Liza en el parque de las palomas” de Isabel Freire de Matos.
May 7th “Yo no he sido” de Pat Thomas.
May 14th -
May 21st “Letras al carbón” de Irene Vasco.
May 28thth “Fu, el tigre despistado” de Manuel L. Alonso.
June 4th “El nabo giagante” de Aleksei Tolstoy.
June11th “El pollito valiente” de Robert Byrd
June 25th “La gallina Crestazul” de Daniel Nesquens.
Discover our permanent collection, Interconnections
Tours by MAPR guides
*Included with the purchase of entry ticket
Guided tour and creative workshop guided by
Raymond Cruz Corchado, plastic artist and professor
Master arts from the Institute of Puerto Rican art Culture
4th floor, Miguel Antonio Ferrer Gallery
Limited spaces, information and registration at
(787) 977.6277 ext. 2307 y 2268
Arts and health workshop by Gizelle Borrero
Sunday, May 28th, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Arts and health workshop by Gizelle Borrero. Multicultural get-together that exalts the power of the healing conscience.
3rd floor, Store