2018 Programs

*Upcoming programs are subject to change.

 

Dia de Muertos Celebration at Breckenridge

When: October-November, 2018

 

Dia de Muertos at MCC

When: October-November, 2018

Where: Mexican Cultural Center; 5350 Leetsdale Drive, Suite 200W

 

Dia de Muertos Celebration at Longmont

When: October-November, 2018

Where: Longmont Museum

 

Dia de Muertos Celebration at Aurora

When: October-November, 2018

 

Latin Beats: Sonidos de las Americas” concert

When: September 20th, 2018

 

“Mexico de Corazon”

When: August 26, 2018

 

Global Fest at Aurora

When: August 18, 2018

 

Honduras Photography Exhibit by Jonathan Clark 

When: June-September, 2018

 

Celebración del Día del Niño (DAM)

When: April 29th, 2018

Where: Denver Art Museum

 

Celebración del Día del Niño (DMNS)

When: April 29th, 2018

Where: Denver Museum of Nature and Science

 

“Celebración del Día del Niño” (BMOCA)

When: April, 2018

Where: BMOCA

 

Cocina Series 

When: March-November, 2018

 

Arturo Garcia Exhibit at MCC

Where: Mexican Cultural Center Gallery; 5350 Leetsdale Drive, Suite 200W

When: March-April, 2018

 

American Mariachi
Lucha and Boli are ready to start their own all-female mariachi band. The only things standing in their way are a male-dominated music genre, patriarchal pressure from inside their families and finding the right women to fill out their sound. As they practice, perform, and strive to earn the respect of their community, their music sparks a transformation in the lives of those around them– especially Lucha’s parents. This humorous, heartwarming story about music’s power to heal and connect includes infectious live mariachi music played on stage. Gonzales writes a passionate story about families and friendships that will send your heart soaring and put a bounce in your step.
Where: Denver Center for the Performing Arts
When: January 26 — February 25

 

 

 

 

Belleza Mexicana Art Exhibit at Emmanuel Art Gallery

Belleza Mexicana explores the central aspect of beauty in Mexican Culture, investigating reverence and awe for feminine power in cultural, spiritual, familial, and religious visual expressions. Drawing from and in partnership with the Abarca Family Collection, one of the most important collections of Mexican Fine Art and Folk Art in the Rocky Mountain region. The range of art includes paintings, photography, sculptures, and textiles.

 

When: January 18th, 2018 to March 2nd, 2018

Where: Emmanuel Art Gallery

 

 

 

Faces of Latin America Photography Exhibit

David Butler has a longstanding interest in Latin American art, history and culture. He has traveled extensively in Latin America, and his travels have intersected with another enduring interest: photography. His photographs include not only the region’s diverse people and cultures, but the geography, landscape, cities, art, architecture, churches and museums.

Join us for the opening reception

When: November 15th, 2017 to January 31st, 2018
Where: 5350 Leetsdale Drive, Suite 200W, Denver, CO, 80246

 

 

 

 

El Alebrije: Una historia en común

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science features the new display, El Alebrije: Una historia en común, brought to Denver in collaboration with the Museo de Arte Popular and the Mexican Cultural Center of Denver with support from the Consulate General of Mexico. The alebrijes are beautiful, brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures depicting wild and mythical creatures, handcrafted by artisans in Mexico.

When: September, 2017 through August 12th, 2018

Where: Denver Museum of Nature and Science