Mexico in a Bottle: Washington, DC

Canal Washington, D.C.

One of our coolest experiences is back for an evening of art, music, food, and of course, mezcal!

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NatPhil Chamber Series: Poetry in Music

Canal Washington, D.C.

The NatPhil Chamber Series is back to our institute!

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Karla de Lara. Two centuries; two countries: One celebration

Canal Washington, D.C.

Meet the vibrant work of Karla de Lara, one of Mexico’s most renowned artists!

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Month of Chihuahua in the U.S.

Canal Washington, D.C.

Let’s welcome to the United States Mexico’s largest state: Chihuahua!

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#OpenHouse | Día de Muertos Month of Chihuahua In The U.S.

Canal Washington, D.C.

Celebrate Día de Muertos with us in a two-day #OpenHouse event!

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Cátedra José Emilio Pacheco 2021: Guadalupe Nettel

Canal Washington, D.C.

¡La Cátedra José Emilio Pacheco regresa este 2022 con la presencia de lq escritora mexicana Guadalupe Nettel!

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Dramatic Interpretation Workshop

Canal Washington, D.C.

The Matias Romero Creating Lab by the Mexican Cultural Institute invites you to the first” Dramatic Interpretation Workshop”.

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Charrería. Mexican Pride and Tradition

Canal Washington, D.C.

Step into the world of Charreria, a source of pride and tradition in Mexican culture!

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Día de los Muertos: Food & Film in the Park

Canal Washington, D.C.

Día de los Muertos market, cultural activities, performances and more!

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“Seña y Verbo” Theater Workshop

Canal Washington, D.C.

Participants will have the opportunity to play, developing body language and non-verbal communication skills!

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“Music for the Eyes” Mexican Theater of the Deaf

Canal Washington, D.C.

Explore with us the infinite possibilities provided by the body and the imagination!

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Special presentation of “Dos Estaciones” at the AFI Latin Film Festival

Canal Washington, D.C.

Join us for a special movie night with a post-screening reception and tequila tasting!

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U.S. Premiere of Home is Somewhere Else at the AFI Latin Film Festival

Canal Washington, D.C.

Special Presentation: U.S. Premiere. Q&A with filmmakers Jorge Villalobos and Carlos Hagerman!

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Book Launch and Symposium on Choreographing Mexico

Canal Washington, D.C.

Join us for a hybrid book launch and symposium celebrating Manuel R. Cuellar’s new book!

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Día Nacional del Cine Mexicano | National Day of Mexican Cinema

Canal Washington, D.C.

Let’s celebrate with three great short films directed by women! #CineMexa

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Coffee Tasting Experience with 1790 Coffee

Canal Washington, D.C.

Any coffee lovers out there? This event is for you!

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The Frontera Project at the National Building Museum

Canal Washington, D.C.

Discover The Frontera Project, a bilingual interactive theater experience created and performed by a company of Mexican and American artists!

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Month of Sonora in DC

Canal Washington, D.C.

We welcome the cultural, gastronomic, and artisanal richness of the second largest state of Mexico, Sonora!

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