June 13 - September 7, 2014
For the first time in nearly two decades, Mexic-Arte's annual roundup of young Latino talent will feature only women artists: Natalia Anciso, Daphne Arthur, Nani Chacon, Audrya Flores, Suzy Gonzalez, Alexis Herrera, Las Hermanas Iglesias, Annette Martinez, Senalka McDonald, Awilda Lora Rodriguez, Cristy C. Road, Linda Lucía Santana, and Fabiola Torralba.
Print-related activities for the whole family focused on the current exhibition Illustrating Anarchy and Revolution.
This exhibition evolved from a partnership between the La Casa de El Hijo del Ahuizote Museum and The University of Texas at Austin’s Center for […]
Tita Griesbach is a Mexican painter and printmaker currently residing in Los Angeles.
Annual exhibition and art sale.
Mexic-Arte Museum announces the 30th Viva la Vida Festival. This year, the Museum will present the 30th Anniversary of the festival with the debut of […]
Jose Guadalupe Posada (1852-1913) is one of Mexico’s most famous political cartoonists and illustrators. In conjunction with the exhibition Community Altars will display local artists, […]
The Young Latino Artists exhibition provides Latino artists under the age of thirty-five with professional-level museum experience and exposure. Now in its eighteenth year, the […]
March 15, 16, 22 & 23 from 12-5, artist Lucas Negrete mans the pushcart outside Mexic-arte.
A Lucha Libre centered exhibition, examining the costumery and practice of Mexican wrestling.
Selected artworks from the Museum’s permanent collection highlighting the recent acquisitions from the Patricia and Carmine De Vivi Mexican Mask Collection, including over 300 popular […]
Vincent Martinez, aka Emcee Eats, raps and paints at Mexic-Arte on Saturdays. Dec. 8and 22, Jan. 12 and 26, from 12-3pm.
Art pulling from Mayorga’s own experiences with social norms, food consumption, and beauty rituals. Saturdays and Sundays in November, 12-5, beginning Nov 17.
For the Day of the Dead Nov 1-2, the Austin community pays homage to the dearly departed and heralds the return of the dead to […]
Contemporary art reflecting on death.
The premier of Pat Hatton and Floyd Aragon’s video Grafficanos, and a screening of Alex Luster’s Stick ‘Em Up, a feature lenght documentary on Houston […]
On Saturdays from 3-6 pm San Antonio artist Suzy Gonzalez displays her work at the vending cart alterna-venue at Mexic Arte.
Latino graphic artwork influenced by graffiti art, featuring works by Daniel Anguilu (Weah), Eddie Castro, Jellyfish Colectivo, Antonio Díaz, Miguel Donjuan, Edgar Flores (Saner), Federico […]
Each year the Serie Project selects 10-18 artists for a serigraphy residency.
Austin artist and designer Kevin Muñoz displays collages at the changarrito cart outside Mexic-Arte Museum from 12-3 on, June 23 & 24, and July 21 […]
In 1983, Arturo García Bustos generously donated several artworks to the bourgeoning Mexic–Arte Museum; these prints, as well as loaned artworks from Mexico’s Museo de […]
Printmaker Miguel Aragón transforms images of drug-cartel related deaths from Mexican newspapepr clippings. $10 admission to the opening.
Changarrito is a vending cart designed as an alternative to the official gallery selection located at the Mexic-Arte Museum Store entrance Saturdays and Sundays in […]
When Mexican photographer Diego Huerta started this project, more than 31,000 deaths had taken place in Mexico due to the ongoing drug wars, so he […]
Austin’s largest and longest-running Day of the Dead festival along 5th Street between Congress and Brazos and on Plaza Saltillo in and around the Mexic-Arte […]
Presented in conjunction with Mexic-Arte Museum’s annual Viva la Vida Fest, Death to Dollars both honors Day of the Dead celebrations and investigates how the […]
Mexic-Arte Museum’s 16th annual Young Latino Artists show rounds up 10 Texas artists under the age of 35. Guest-curated by Alexander Freeman, Education Curator at […]
This show offers a 35 year review of Sam Coronado’s work and his contributions to the local and national Latino art scene. Also on view […]
Drawn from the outstanding private collection of Susan Toomey Frost, this exhibition features a selection of brightly colored ceramic artwork decorated to reflect the imagery […]
The 15th Young Latino Artists Exhibition is now on view at the Mexic-Arte Museum! Consensus of Taste is curated by Claudia Zapata who, according to […]
Mexic-Arte Museum presents the exhibition Rubén Herrera: Master Artist and Teacher 1888-1933. Rubén Herrera founded the Painting Academy of Saltillo, which created a new generation […]
Imagining Mexico: Expressions in Popular Culture showcases popular art from private collections in Austin to emphasize the culture and nation of Mexico. In the back […]