National Museum of Mexican Art

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The National Museum of Mexican Art's (NMMA) mission is to showcase, through the performing arts, the richness and diversity of Mexican culture in both Mexico and The United States.
The NMMA's performing arts series offers audiences a unique view into Mexico culture through music, dance, theater, film, and literature, and culinary arts with special educational performances offered to school groups. In 1994 The Museum inaugurated two performing arts festivals: The Sor Juana Festival: A Tribute to Mexican Women and The Del Corazon Festival. Today, the Sor Juana Festival is celebrated in Austin, Chicago, Houston and San Antonio with plans of further expansion. Come and celebrate the vitality, diversity, and beauty that exists within the Mexican live arts.

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National Museum of Mexican Art

1852 W. 19th St.
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 738-1503