The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture

Welcome to a new and exciting season at The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture. This fall, we celebrate our 36th Year of showcasing artists and companies that define excellence in theater, dance and music – and embody our mission to be a cultural force in the Bronx and throughout the New York metropolitan area. Whether you are a new audience member or a returning friend, we look forward to thanking you in person for your enthusiasm and continued support of the Hostos Center!

Support for Hostos Center for the Arts and Culture programs is provided by the Eugenio María de Hostos Community College Foundation, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Coalition of Theaters of Color, the Office of NYC Councilmember Rafael Salamanca Jr., and the Office of New York State Assemblyman José Rivera.

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Upcoming Events





el gran combo de puerto rico

Each of the five stories in our ENCORE!!™ collection has a flavor that highlights the versatility of five great authors: Edgar Allan Poe, Washington Irving, W.W. Jacobs, Guy de Maupassant and Mark Twain. Their timeless glimpses into the human experience are brought to life on the stage.
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Bomplenazo 2018

Bronx Artists Now: Showcase & Conversation, produced by Jane Gabriels, Ph.D., is a network of South Bronx arts and community organizations who pool resources to create unique opportunities for other presenters and funders to enjoy the latest works by Latinx and Bronx-based artists. The Showcase at Hostos is open to the general public.
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Bomplenazo 2018

Foreign/Familiar explores displacement and belonging through the work of seven Bronx visual and media artists. Their works are influenced, inspired, respond to, or revolve around issues of voluntary and involuntary exile, immigration, diaspora, and statelessness.
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