The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center
October 29, 2016 | 12–4 pm
The Second Annual Las Piñatas ATX piñata picnic! This year's featured artist is Michael Anthony Garcia. Come and enjoy a day of art, piñatas, and festive Dia de los Muertos fun.
Part 2 of “Gently Fried” is a group exhibition featuring work by Claire Ashley, Jill Bedgood, Candace Briceño, Susi Brister, Jimmy Canales, Puro Chingón Collective,...Read More
An unfolding series about the rapidly changing face of Austin and the voices that are transformed by its growth. The first part, held in conjunction...Read More
The Watchdog and The Thief is an exhibition in which Hector Hernandez and William Hundley work both collaboratively and independently.
Celebrate the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center’s fifth anniversary with a new public art work commissioned by Margarita Cabrera. On Oct. 15 there will...Read More
Photos that recreate the daily life of the immigrant who works in both urban and rural arenas, and builds his future based on strong family...Read More
Born in 1950 and raised in East Austin, Medrano missed much of his education because he was a migrant worker. He writes, “I started the...Read More
As a follow-up to their successful curatorial debut with Hasta La Basura Se Separa [artcrush], Los Outsiders, an Austin-based collective started by Salvador Castillo, Michael...Read More
Check out the Texas Museum of Fiber Arts exhibition at the Mexican American Cultural Center. TEXAS – A Blending of Cultures combines a variety of...Read More
One of our favorite artists and curators, Huerta was recently the focus of a 13-year survey exhibition entitled, Soundings: Benito Huerta 1992 – 2005 at...Read More