You don't have to look any further than Pilsen to find one of the largest Latino cultural organizations in the U.S. Visit the National Museum of Mexican Art and explore a 6,000-piece permanent collection, rotating exhibits, performing-arts showcases and educational programming that represents an illustrious Mexican culture.
|Venue name:||National Museum of Mexican Art|
1852 W 19th St
|Cross street:||between Wolcott Ave and Wood St|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 10am–5pm|
|Transport:||El stop: Pink to Damen-Cermak. Bus: 9, 50.|
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“Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell”
Candid nude self-portraits, photos of LGBTQ individuals and scenic black and white shots of naked bodies in nature are featured in this retrospective of Mexican-American photographer Aguilar, who passed away last year. Debuted at the Vincent Price Art...Photography Until Sunday August 18 2019
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Fourth Annual Chicago Poetry Block Party
Celebrate poetry, music and all things creative at the fourth annual Chicago Poetry Block Party, a free, all-ages event that's loaded with live tunes, poetry readings, writing workshops, visual art activities and games for the entire family. Attendees...Saturday July 27 2019
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My favorite museum of Chicago! I love the permanent collection, and they always have the most wonderful exhibits. We go every year for the dia de muertos ofrendas. Also, the best museum gift shop!
I love this place because of Yollocalli. There are so many gifted young artists and dedicated staff that it inspires me. Great organization for the youth!!
The National Museum of Mexican Art is one of the most beautiful art museums in Chicago. The museum is filled with so many fantastic and influential artists and artifacts. Walking through the galleries and seeing the history behind these pieces is such an enriching experience. Their Day of the Dead exhibition is truly phenomenal.