El orgullo de la raza: La cultura en la Ciudad de México 1920-192

Canal Washington, D.C.

Actividad en español, en colaboración con la Universidad de Maryland.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Panel Discussion Between Artists and the Mexican Cultural Institute Washington D.C.

Canal Washington, D.C.

Join us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!

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Age of Revolutions: Rethinking Mexico’s Independence From a Hemispheric Perspective

2021, Año de la Independencia210 Aniversario de la Independencia de MéxicoCanal Washington, D.C.

Celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth and the bicentennial of Mexican Independence in our special four-day virtual and onsite program.

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Urban Constellation: A century of Mexico on 16th St. NW

Canal Washington, D.C.

Let’s celebrate together Mexico’s presence in the U.S. capital!

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One Tale at a Time Community-Based Oral History Project / Una Historia a la Vez

Canal Washington, D.C.

Participate in our new community-based oral history project!

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National Day of Mexican Cinema 2021 #DíaDelCineMexicano | SOLD OUT

Canal Del RioCanal Washington, D.C.

Let’s celebrate Mexican cinema together!

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Mexico in a nutshell: An overview of history through literature | SOLD OUT

Canal Washington, D.C.

A space to bring together imaginaries about Mexico

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Catarsis: Announcement of the new world

Canal Washington, D.C.

A unique perspective of what many of us felt during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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BOOM+ Toolbox: Volume Two

Canal Washington, D.C.

Ten amazing new stories written by our talented participants.

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Un radiotelescopio de nueva generación

Canal Washington, D.C.

¡Conoce más sobre la construcción del radiotelescopio más potente del mundo!

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Official apology to the Chinese Mexican community for the 1911 Torreón Massacre

Canal Washington, D.C.

Learn more about the deep history that has existed between China and Mexico for more than five centuries.

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La lumbre inmóvil: Ramón López Velarde visto por José Emilio Pacheco

Canal Del RioCanal Washington, D.C.

José Ramón Ruisánchez y Juan Villoro analizarán la vida y obra del autor de “La suave Patria”, de la mano de José Emilio Pacheco.

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A Little Bit of Home – Online Exhibition

Canal Washington, D.C.

Explore the works of seven Latinx artists who highlight a hybridized aesthetic unique to Mexican-American culture.

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Cinco de Mayo 2021

Canal Washington, D.C.

A celebration that over time has strengthened the historical bonds between Mexico and the United States!

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Caste War of Yucatán #In15Minutes

Canal Washington, D.C.

Have you ever heard about the Caste War of Yucatán? Learn more aboute this historical event.

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Roberto Cueva del Río #In15Minutes

Canal Washington, D.C.

Meet the Mexican painter Roberto Cueva del Río, author of our magnificent murals!

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Primer Concurso de Crónicas y Relatos Radiofónicos Breves Sobre la Experiencia de la Migración “Entrada Libre”

Canal Washington, D.C.

¿Tienes entre 18 y 35 años, resides en Estados Unidos y eres de origen mexicano? ¡Envíanos una crónica o relato!

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Luis Nishizawa Dream Landscape #In15Minutes

Canal Washington, D.C.

Dedicated to Mexican artist Luis Nishizawa, and the connections between the cherry and jacaranda blossoms.

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