"Contemporary Identities/Invisible Gestures" showcases the immense cultural diversity of Iberoamerica through the art of photography. The exhibit, featuring work from artists from 18 countries of Latin America, Portugal and Spain, centers on the relationship between identity and the self in a digital world.
This project is presented in collaboration with the Iberoamerican Cultural Attachés Association (AACIA) and in conjunction with Fotoweek DC.
Participating Embassies: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela
Participating Artists: Alexis Mandujano, Ana Adarve, Ana de Orbegoso, Carlos Cánovas, César Quijada, Esteban García Obando, Fernando Carrera, Ilana Liechtenstein, José Rui Moreira Correia, José Luís Neto, Luis Chay, Mary Rosa Jiménez, Muriel Hasbun, Raúl Cañibano, Ricardo Migliorisi, Ricardo Rivera, Roberto Fernández Ibáñez, Roxana Nagygeller, Susana Carrié, and Yamina del Real
2829 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
November 12th through January 31st, 2015
Opening November 12th, 4:30 - 8 pm
Monday - Friday, 10 am - 6 pm
Saturdays 12 - 4 pm
Pasatono Orchestra will be performing music from their new album "Maroma". The music has some surprising references to dixieland jazz, which was popular in Mixtecan villages many years ago, as well as danzón, rumba, and melodic lines that come from Hungary via the gypsy caravans that used to take cinema to the indigenous villages of the region. There's also the chilena, considered to be 'traditional Mixtecan music' as well as the polkas, paso dobles, marchas and mazurkas that came from Europe and took root in the local repertoire. Musical director Rubén Luengas adds his own personal journey to this mix with pieces he calls "Mixtecan-haiku," that reflect his interest in minimalism, the tonality of his native Mixtecan language and environmental sounds.
Kennedy Center Millennium Stage
2700 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20566
December 20th, 6:00 pm
The Mexican Cultural Institute is proud to announce the 2014 season of Mexican Table! The season kicks off on March 19th when Mexican Table returns with Diego Rivera's Table in conjunction with our Man at the Crossroads exhibition! Then, on on June 5th, Pati will present the engaging historical session True Fusion: Mexico of the 16th Century, followed by Yucatán: Mexico's Culinary Outlier on October 9th, featuring a guest chef from Yucatán! The season will end with the "AfroMexico: African Influences in the Mexican Table" session, highlighting the richly diverse heritage of Veracruz on December 4th.
Mexican Cultural Institute
2829 16th Street NW DC
More Info here
Flight of the Butterflies 3D follows the
fascinating journey of the monarch butterfly. Weighing less than a penny, it makes one of the
longest migrations on Earth across a continent to a place it has never known. Experience millions of them
in the remote mountain peaks of Mexico, with breathtaking
cinematography from an award-winning team including Oscar winner Peter Parks. Be captivated by the true
and compelling story of an intrepid scientist's 40-year search to find their secret hideaway. Unravel the
mysteries and experience the Flight of the Butterflies. For a trailer, click here.
The Maryland Science Center
601 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
For tickets, click here