Arts & Culture
Orozco talks about her ability to associate reality with humor and transform tragedy and human pain into something funny.
This list will mainly feature legends from mexico as well as some from more Latin America.
Long before someone coined the term “Tex-Mex” Americans have been flavoring their food with chilies found in México.
The women’s hip hop collective Batallones Femeninos use their art as a tool of dissent.
Each State was invited to present six regional dishes.
The Angela Peralta Chorus is offering a course just for you directed by Maestro Antonio González.
A new exhibition in Mexico City presents Frida Kahlo’s private correspondence with Diego Rivera and others, to shed light on the day-to-day aspects of her life.
Catemaco in Veracruz, Mexico is known for two things: It’s the place where Mel Gibson directed Apocalypto, and it is full of self-called witches that work either for God or the Devil.
Otto Wiedfeldt García, was the first place winner in Mexico of the fifth Olympiad of Art.
The program will benefit 40 artists, mainly women.
Don Cruz Lizárraga was honoured yesterday by the 17 members of his banda and an evening of free music.
Participants competed in different cultural and sports activities including athletics, swimming, chess, dominoes and ballroom dancing.
Artwalk increases the visibility of its artists and gives them the opportunity to exhibit, sell and promote their work.
In the state of Guerrero indigenous people have the tradition of fist-fighting each other in order to ask the gods for a good rainy season.
The music marathon will start at 7 pm and guarantees live music for almost six hours continuously.