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We believe in the power of collaboration and bringing people together to generate changes in our society. Through these alliances, our repertoire is expanding to unite communities through the arts. We invite you to collaborate with us to create a better quality of life for all.

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The theater company Y no había luz has carried out artistic and educational work from 2005 to the present, contributing to the growth and development of Puerto Rican culture. Over the last 16 years, the company has impacted more than 600,000 spectators. The group has an extensive theatrical repertoire of original pieces and educational workshops, with which it has stood out nationally and internationally. It has collaborated with the Department of Education, conducting school tours in more than 50 municipalities on the Island and giving workshops in artistic residencies in Illinois, Florida, Michigan and New York.


Y No Habia Luz theater company has focused on providing an educational offering for children and adults, where collaboration and family unity are encouraged. They currently have an extensive theatrical collection, educational books and an online store where they sell a collection of original designs of artistic and educational material for the whole family. The members of Y no habia luz are educators and artists with more than 16 years of experience in the fields of education, visual arts and community work. They have studies in education, cinematography, performing arts, and body movement.

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Arte y Maña is a Puerto Rican nonprofit organization created to meet the needs for greater access to the arts on the island. They focus on creating healing spaces through which self-management and reflection can grow. They bring creative solutions to people, using the arts to foster leadership within the community and revitalize its geographic surroundings.


On April 27, 2021, the organization was officially registered to give way to this exciting initiative. The founders created artistic and community-based activities focused on three principles: the development of the individual, the awareness of the environment and community self-management. The programs they offer incite the creativity of the participants, bringing a diversity of artistic expressions to the communities for them to acquire tools for personal, educational and social development. They also do artistic presentations, workshops, talks, forums and video podcasts.

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