On Sept. 22, 2023, Mexic-Arte will open 40 Years of Día de los Muertos – Tradition, Celebration & Continuation. Even before we founded the Museum, Pio Pulido and I were guided by our love for and interest in Mexican traditions.
In the August edition of the Miembros Newsletter, we recount Vida y Experiencias en la Frontera – Life and Experiences in the U.S./Mexico Borderlands in Saltillo, Coahuila and look forward to our membership party and the upcoming Viva la Vida parade in October.
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!
Please join us for Taste of Mexico on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 to celebrate the artistry and culinary innovation of Austin and Mexico.
It is with great pride that Mexic-Arte Museum opens the legacy exhibition, Chicano/a Art, Moviemient y Más
In honor of Black History Month, we highlight Afro-Latinx culture, presence, and impact of African people in the Americas. We share the artworks included in MX21 Resistance, Reaffirmation and Resilience.
The U.S. Latinx Art Forum (USLAF) will present of “X as Intersection: Latinx Artists in Conversation,” the second of a three-part virtual public program series featuring virtual conversations with fellows from the inaugural cohort of the Latinx Artist Fellowship. The series will take place on Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 1 PM CST with Resistance, Reaffirmation, and Resilience – a virtual event co-hosted by Mexic-Arte Museum
2021 Was a Great Year – We Appreciate You! We are so grateful to you, our supporters who inspired and made accomplishments and successes in 2021 possible. Mexic-Arte Museum relies on support from the community to provide high quality exhibitions, vibrant cultural events, and inspiring education services.
Mexic-Arte Museum and community partners celebrated Día de los Muertos with the 38th annual Viva la Vida Fest 2021 presented by the Austin Convention Center on October 30, 2021 both virtually and in person.