Mexic-Arte Museum inaugurated with tremendous pride and joy, Chicano/a Art, Movimiento y Mas en Austen, Tejas 1960s to 1980s with over five hundred guests viewing the exhibit throughout the evening. It was a reunion of artists, activists, professors, musicians, poets, cultural workers, lowriders, La Raza, La Comunidad y mas!
La Huella Magistral is the current exhibition of the Consejo Gráfico’s impressive artist portfolio that pays tribute to master printmakers. For this exhibition, Mexic-Arte Museum added artworks from the Permanent Collection that recognize additional master printers.
Gracias a todos por apoyar al Museo Mexic-Arte! With your support, Mexic-Arte Museum will receive $15 million from the 2019 Bond election under the category for Libraries and Cultural Centers.
Día de los Muertos is a storied Latin American holiday that honors the dead with festivals and lively celebrations. Originating with the indigenous peoples of Mexico and dating back 3,000 years, the historically rich tradition integrates pre-Columbian and Catholic customs.
On June 28, the Austin City Council approved a $925 million bond package that will go before the Austin voters in November. Included in the package approved by the Council is $128 million for Libraries and Cultural Centers with $15 million for the Museum Building Project.