We welcome you back to the Museum starting Saturday, May 30. You and your family can visit the Museum to view the new exhibition, the Bruno Andrade Retrospective: A Native of South Texas, shop in the Store and then go outside to see the new mural, Ánimo Austin by Ulysses Cueto and Mano Suave by Luis Angulo on the MeroMuro 5th St. wall.
We hope you, your family and friends are safe and well. In a normal situation, you would visit Mexic-Arte Museum, tour the new exhibition, Bruno Andrade Retrospective:
This exhibition will mark the first retrospective from the distinguished American artist, Bruno Andrade (b. 1947 in San Antonio, TX – 2013 in Corpus Christi, TX). His work is inspired by nature, which he painted from what he saw, from his memory, and from his own interior vision.
On Jan. 22nd, TKO Advertising Director Raul Garza lead a session to start the website and rebrand work. Everyone at Mexic-Arte was excited and energized!
Mexic-Arte Museum accomplished major milestones in the past decade! Time flies! This July we will begin our 37th year of presenting programs for the Austin and Central Texas Community.
We are so grateful to you, our supporters who inspired and made these accomplishments and successes possible. Mexic-Arte Museum relies on donations from the community in order to provide high quality exhibitions, vibrant cultural events, and valuable community education services.
Mexic-Arte Museum and community partners celebrated Día de los Muertos with the 36th annual Viva la Vida Festival and Parade presented by the Austin Convention Center, on October 26th.
Mexic-Arte Museum is thrilled to announce its 36th annual Viva La Vida Festival and Parade will take place on October 26, 2019 in downtown Austin! Viva La Vida is Austin’s largest and longest-running Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) festival, and one of the most artistic and creative in the country.
We invite friends and supporters to join Mexic-Arte Museum to the 2019 Catrina Gala Dinner on October 20, 2019, at Fonda San Miguel. This event raises funds for the FY 2019-20 exhibition season and education programs.
The Mexic-Arte Museum is grieving the loss of lives from the recent tragedy in El Paso, Texas. We would like to convey our deepest sympathy with the community of El Paso, the Latinx/a/o community across the country and the families of loved ones in Mexico.