Mexico in a Nutshell II: The Ways of Literature

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Cinco de Mayo 160th Anniversary – Puebla in the US

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Let’s celebrate the art, culture, and traditions of the state of Puebla in the US!

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Tenango Embroidery Workshop

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By popular demand our Tenango embroidery workshop is back!

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DCEFF30 Pajarero (Birder)

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The DC Environmental Film Festival is back to celebrate its 30th anniversary!

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Juegos, cuentos y fandangos

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¡Actividad para fomentar el aprendizaje musical y el idioma español para toda la familia!

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Book Presentation: Ryan Long “Queer Exposures and Photography in Roberto Bolaño´s Fiction and Poetry”

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An innovative and original text that addresses Bolaño’s work through the lenses of photography and queerness.

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Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández

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The iconic Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández returns to DC!

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2021: A Year in Review!

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Thank you for being part of an incredible year full of the best of Mexican culture!

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On the Road to Arivaca: A Workshop Showcase with Composer Rosino Serrano

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Featuring baritone Javier Arrey and introducing the Youth Chorus de la Comunidad

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El Compadre Mendoza / Godfather Mendoza

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Special screening and Q&A session with film critic Anne Wakefield Hoyt

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The Shared Language of Poetry: Mexico and the United States

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Join us for a three-day encounter with poets from Mexico and the United States, to discuss The Shared Language of Poetry

Oaxaca in the US – Oaxaca en Estados Unidos

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Let’s celebrate the art, culture, and traditions of the state of Oaxaca in the US!

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La política cultural de José Vasconcelos

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Javier Garciadiego y Luis Marentes discutirán sobre este personaje histórico de México

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Cátedra José Emilio Pacheco 2021: Mario Bellatin

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¡La Cátedra José Emilio Pacheco regresa este 2021 con la presencia del escritor mexicano Mario Bellatin!

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Films Across Borders: Before Oblivion (Antes del olvido)

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A film by Iria Gómez Concheiro.

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The Story of La Malinche and the Fall of Tenochtitlán

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In this conversation, Sandra M. Cypess talks about the life, times, and representations of La Malinche.

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

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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.

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Join us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!

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