June 2022

We thank everyone for coming to the Mexic-Arte Museum’s Meet and Greet Reception for Architects, Exigo, El Paso, and Cotera + Reed. The reception was a total success, with over ninety attendees! It was a wonderful and joyous occasion

May / June 2022

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!  

January 2022

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

December 2021

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.

November 2021

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. 

October 2021

You’re invited to Mexic-Arte Museum Viva La Vida Fest 2021 Goes Virtual! Presented by Austin Convention Center! Join us for the in-person Viva la Vida 2021 event in downtown Austin on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021, taking place from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m!

September 2021

On Sept. 17th Mexic-Arte Museum opened the exhibition, MX 21-Resistance, Reaffirmation & Resilience that references two historical events in Mexico that also shaped our lives today, – the five hundred years of the downfall of the Mexico-Tenochtitlán, and the two hundred years of the consummation of Independence of Mexico from Spain. The exhibition draws from works in the permanent collection and new works by invited artists.