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Not "Off-White" Enough?
Why Mexic-Arte left one piece out of its "YLA 22" exhibition
"...This summer, Mexic-Arte Museum presented its 22nd annual Young Latino Artists exhibition,..."

Aug. 26, 2017 Arts Post by Victoria Mycue

Talking Art at the Top
The executive directors of the city's museums shed light on the local visual arts scene
"...If you didn't know, the Austin Museum of Art is not going to build its new..."

July 2, 2004 Arts Feature by Sam Martin

Tracking the MACC
A Brief History of Austin's Latino Cultural Center
"...aspiring Chicano artists to exhibit their art, have a museum, educational components, rehearsal space" and that would be enormously..."

June 12, 1998 Arts Feature by Mary Jane Garza

Imagined Mexico
A personal guide to three exhibits on Mexico through one bifurcated perspective
"...The three institutions – the Ransom Center, the Blanton Museum of Art, and Mexic-Arte Museum – take different facets..."

April 16, 2010 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

An Altar-nate View
Liven up the boo-ring Halloween season with Día de los Muertos celebrations
"...2004, and last year we displayed one at the Mexic-Arte Museum in honor of Lady Bird Johnson. The altars..."

Oct. 29, 2010 Food Feature by Claudia Alarcón

Downtown Austin Is Getting a Fresh Coat of Museums
"...In January of this year, the Austin Museum of Art (AMOA) officially scrapped its plans for a..."

Nov. 27, 1998 Arts Feature by Sam Martin

Austin's Cultural Makeover: The Next Stage
How much closer we are to getting the cultural wonderland we imagined 10 years ago
"...plans were hatched for nine new or newly renovated museums, two new performing arts organization headquarters, one new theatre..."

Sept. 7, 2007 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Touched by Fire
For half a century, Ishmael Soto has used flame to transform copper, clay, and bronze into works of wonder
"...of his other remarks in this gallery talk at Mexic-Arte Museum, yet from it springs a pair of simple..."

Feb. 23, 2007 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

El Quemado
For more than 40 years, José Francisco Treviño has been exploring the world of art. Now, in the largest retrospective it has ever presented, Mexic-Arte Museum shows us Treviño's discoveries, and Mary Jane Garza explains how they came to be.
"...Treviño is enjoying a retrospective of his art at Mexic-Arte Museum. With more than 130 paintings, drawings, and sculptures..."

Dec. 31, 1999 Arts Feature by Mary Jane Garza

Exhibitionism
Tres Proyectos Latinos & Young Latin Artists: Vibrant Dialogue
"...AMOA@Laguna Gloria, through August 10 Mexic-Arte Museum, through July 5..."

July 4, 1997 Arts Review

The Last Shall Be First
New Year's Eve becomes a cultural extravaganza with First Night Austin
"...of buildings and across their facades, creating art in museums and across the entire First Street Bridge. The first..."

Dec. 30, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

'Young Latino Artists 17: Grafficanos'
A snapshot of one generation at street level
"...too quickly to wrangle everything worth anything into one museum space or gallery all at one time. The best..."

July 20, 2012 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Taste of Mexico
International culinary diplomacy, Austin-style.
"...Taste of Mexico event Thursday evening, May 2, outside Mexic-Arte Museum isn't just an opportunity to sample restaurant dishes..."

May 3, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

"Selections from the Permanent Collection"
Mexic-Arte Museum's showing of selections from its permanent collection is a little confusing in setup and somewhat rough, but there's also something charming about its rusticity.
"...Selections From the Permanent CollectionMexic-Arte Museum, through Nov. 22..."

Nov. 21, 2003 Arts Review by Sam Martin

"Tesoros de la Catedral de Saltillo -- Treasures of the Cathedral of Saltillo"
Mexic-Arte Museum's exhibition of "Tesoros de la Cathedral de Saltillo -- Treasures of the Cathedral of Saltillo" displays repositories not only of spiritual meaning and practice, but of the intertwining history of the Catholic Church and the indigenous peoples of Mexico.
"...Treasures of the Cathedral of Saltillo": Faith Manifest Through ArtMexic-Arte Museum, through Dec. 28..."

Nov. 29, 2002 Arts Review by Madeline Irvine

Forever Young
The alumni artists of "YLA 15" continue to transform our world into their own
"...In the 15th iteration of Mexic-Arte Museum's annual "Young Latino Artists" exhibition, the operative word..."

Aug. 13, 2010 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Exhibitionism
Mario Rendon Lozano: Art of the People
"...Mexic-Arte Museum, through August 28..."

Aug. 27, 1999 Arts Review

Skeletons Out of the Closet
José Guadalupe Posada
"...and even recipes for love - appeared in a museum exhibition in Mexico City which later traveled to Chicago...."

Sept. 15, 1995 Arts Feature

Everybody Loves a Wynn-er
Will Wynn is his own flavor of ice cream -- pure vanilla, but mixed with nuts
"...and biggest, Civitas project -- saving and restoring the Mexic-Arte Museum. The museum's building at Congress and Fourth was..."

Feb. 14, 2003 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Art
Art Openings
"...Pulido, an active local artist who helped create the Mexic-Arte museum, painted the mural with the help of seven..."

March 5, 1999 News Feature

Your Austin Artist
In a changing city, Michael Anthony García embraces the changing roles of the visual art maker
"...In 2006, Mexic-Arte Museum invited García to take part in its 11th..."

June 28, 2013 Arts Feature by Caitlin Greenwood

La Caja Museo de Arte Contemporáneo
This museum-within-a-museum's miniature works are less engaging and absorbing than the large works by the same artists
"...Mexic-Arte Museum, through May 15..."

May 2, 2008 Arts Review by Salvador Castillo

Sin Fronteras
Most observers would agree that Austin has a Latino visual arts community, but within that community are many voices, many points of view, many styles -- and no borders.
"...of the Capitol on Congress Avenue, La Peña and Mexic-Arte, earn their distinction from Latino visuals. Elsewhere in town,..."

Feb. 16, 2001 Arts Feature by Rob Curran

Exhibitionism
Mexican Traditional Toys and Miniatures: a Desire to Play
"...Mexic-Arte Museum through May 17..."

May 9, 1997 Arts Review

Sam Coronado: In Memoriam
Remembering the founder of the Serie Project and Austin printmaking legend
"...trip to Indiana to speak at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. That he was there to talk about..."

Nov. 22, 2013 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Five Events to Scare Up a Great Halloween and Día de los Muertos
Some blood-tinged things to keep you occupied
"...9pm. The Vortex, 2307 Manor Rd., 512/478-5282. $30. austinseance.com. Mexic-Arte Museum: Viva la Vida Fest..."

Oct. 29, 2021 Arts Column by Wayne Alan Brenner

Event Menu
April 18-20
"...of Mexico 2008, the annual fundraising gala to benefit Mexic-Arte Museum (419 Congress, 480-9373, www.mexic-artemuseum.org), at the Hyatt Regency..."

April 18, 2008 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Keeping Pace, Culturally
Proposition 4 calls for an investment in cultural facilities for the city, and, Austin, it's time
"...$20.3 million was approved for a new downtown art museum for Laguna Gloria Art Museum, as the Austin Museum..."

Nov. 3, 2006 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

10 Can’t-Miss Art Museums and Galleries
Old Masters and new whiz kids all have a home here
"...hanging on the walls of our very fine art museums and galleries...."

March 3, 2017 Chronolog Post

Local Anthologies Take Root Growing Up
"...the Poesia y Calle reading series at downtown Austin's Mexic-Arte Museum. Poet and then-St. Edward's University Spanish and Spanish..."

Aug. 11, 1995 Arts Feature by Phil West

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