The Origins of Medicine by Rafael Navarro Barajas

Sep. 16, 2022 – Dec. 31, 2024

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.

Creating Encuentros: Changarrito 2012-2024

Apr. 12, 2024 – Aug. 25, 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.


Totally Cool,Totally Art!

Feb. 14, 2024 – Feb. 28, 2024

For more than 20 years, Mexic-Arte museum has partnered with Totally Cool Totally Art to curate and host an exhibition to celebrate the artworks created by youth in Austin area REC centers.

Mix ‘n’ Mash: Celebrating Austin

Feb. 2, 2024 – Mar. 8, 2024

This group exhibition, a selection of artworks (previously known as Mix ‘n’ Mash) explores the theme of Austin from over 200 artists created on quality panels donated by Ampersand Art Supply.

El Nacimiento

Dec. 15, 2023 – Jan. 7, 2024

This striking Mexican nativity scene, generously donated by Edwin R. Jordan, is the largest museum display in Texas, with over 400 pieces that reflect the way in which nacimiento-making has transformed within Mexico to integrate uniquely Mexican motifs, styles, and iconography.

Ofrenda de la Comunidad

Sep. 22, 2023 – Nov. 26, 2023

We are thrilled to announce the arrival of the 40th Annual Día de los Muertos exhibition at the Mexic-Arte Museum, a cherished tradition since 1984. This year’s exhibition, 40 years of Día de los Muertos, holds a special place in our hearts as we reflect upon four decades of honoring our dearly departed.

40 Years of Día de los Muertos

Sep. 22, 2023 – Jan. 7, 2024

This exhibition will include artwork from the permanent collection, inspired by icons of Día de los Muertos, including ofrendas like those seen in Mexico, and two-dimensional and three-dimensional artworks, with artwork by José Guadalupe Posada