Mix ‘N’ Mash: Austin Lotería! Party, Exhibition & Art Sale

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Mix ‘N’ Mash: Austin Lotería! Party, Exhibition & Art Sale
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Mix ‘N’ Mash: Austin Lotería! Party, Exhibition & Art Sale says
Music: uLOVEi
Specialty Cocktails: Tequila Herradura
Holiday Treats: El Sol y La Luna Restaurant
Churro Bar: Churro Co. Austin
Gift Wrapping: Bundl gifts

Member Preview: 5 – 6p
Public Hours: 6 – 10p
Admission: $10 ($25 to receive a one-year Individual-level Membership) Free for Members!

Parking at 301 Garage:
Option 1: Enter on Brazos St. (between 3rd and 4th) $5 credit card only.
Option 2: Enter on 4th St. (next to FedEx) $5-$7 cash only.

Exhibit Dates: December 4, 2015 – January 3, 2015
Free Admission: December 5, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Mexic-Arte Museum is pleased to announce its annual Mix ‘n’ Mash exhibition, which opens with a festive party and art sale on Friday, December 4, 2015 from 5–10pm. The works of over 200 artists will be displayed on quality panels donated by Ampersand Art Supply. Each limited-edition Mix ‘n’ Mash piece is uniquely crafted for the exhibition, inspired by an exciting twist on the theme of the Lotería card game: Austin Lotería.

Don’t miss this evening of fun, games, and art! Become a Member and enjoy:

Lotería card game with prizes
Live screen printing
Bazaar del Arte
Door prizes

Mix ‘n’ Mash Austin Lotería is also the Annual Membership party for Museum Members, who receive free admission and unique benefits such as discounted prices for artworks and more. All proceeds support the Museum’s exhibitions department, educational programming for children and adults, and the upkeep and care of the permanent collection.


Nacimientos: Traditional Nativity Scenes from Mexico
December 4 – January 3, 2015
Annex Gallery

Nacimientos: Traditional Nativity Scenes from Mexico presents the tradition of Nacimientos that survives in present-day Mexico as a visual amalgam of indigenous pre-Colombian and Spanish Colonial representations. The exhibition features a rich tradition of handmade Nacimientos from the Museum’s permanent collection and loans from Edwin R. Jordan; many of the nativity scenes depict a reflection of Mexico’s landscape, such as cacti, turkeys, and market scenes.
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By: Mexic-Arte Museum