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Lead to Live

Mexic-Arte Museum 419 Congress Avenue, Austin

Lead to Lives, painted by Amado Castillo III and his son Amado Castillo IV, is the first mural brought to the museum's 5th street wall in 2022.


The Sisterhood of Two Hears

Mexic-Arte Museum 419 Congress Avenue, Austin

This mural is part of the Annual Saltillo Day in Austin celebration that took place from May 3-5, 2024. The Sisterhood of Two Hearts” and portrays the scenic beauty of Austin and Saltillo as sister cities.


The Origins of Medicine by Rafael Navarro Barajas

Mexic-Arte Museum 419 Congress Avenue, Austin

Mexic- Arte Museum is pleased to announce the recent donation of the major artwork, The Origins of Medicine," composed of two 9’x 29’ oil on canvas murals by Mexican artist, Rafael Navarro Barajas.

Forever Tejas

Forever Tejas, painted by Stephen Longoria is on view on the museum’s 5th street wall.

Creating Encuentros: Changarrito 2012-2024

For more than 12 years through the Changarrito residency, Mexic-Arte has cultivated a platform for artists to share their artwork and foster community. We invite you to reflect on the history of Changarrito at Mexic-Arte, engage with artists, staff, and the larger community to create your own encuentros.

Changarrito Residency: Crisa Valadez

Crisa Valadez is an artist, writer, and curator based in San Antonio, TX. She currently works for the City of San Antonio Arts & Culture Department and is extremely passionate about art and nonprofit work, having worked and volunteered with several local organizations such as the Texas Public Radio, the McNay Art Museum, Centro San Antonio, Gemini Ink, and more from a young age.

Changarrito Residency Application

Mexic-Arte Museum 419 Congress Avenue, Austin

Apply now to Mexic-Arte's 2023-2024 Changarrito Residency program open until September 17th.