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Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin

(35 reviews on the web)
Art Museum Museum
Mexic-Arte is dedicated to cultural enrichment and education through the presentation and promotion of traditional contemporary Mexican, Latino and Latin American art and culture.

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  • This place is so sweet and true. Every event that is put on by this place has so much effort and it's always so well done. Each showcase is different and this museum is such a part of keeping diversit...  more »
  • I've been to several art openings, and sometimes it has been a big success. Nice space, nice displays. However, visiting the museum on a "regular" day is not that exciting. Usually no "buzz" going on ...  more »
  • I went to this museum one night after a work trip, and it so neat for the size of it. There a surprising number of varied exhibits! You really learn a lot of great cultural value here and I would love...  more »
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  • Exhibits are well laid out, was a lot of fun to walk through. Museum was dedicated to one artist when I went, was cool to see different artwork from throughout his career.
  • I would love to give this gallery a higher rating but they have some work to do on notifying the public on their schedule re: exhibit changing. My husband and I had been looking forward to touring their gallery (and hopefully picking up a piece). Unfortunately, when we arrived we were instructed that they would be changing their exhibits later that day so they had closed off the gallery. We still checked out their gift shop - which has some wonderful items btw - their "internet was down" so we were fortunate we had just enough cash to pick up a few small items. We finally asked if the pieces in display now or the new exhibit would be shown online for this interested in purchasing...no dice. I hope this gallery gets some help to modernize their establishment significantly.
  • Small gallery. I would not call this a museum and all the art is for sale so IT s a bit weird to have to pay to get in... Anyway, a fee few pieces definetly worth more then they asking price. Looking for new art? Go there!
  • Very very small. I went on a free day, and I'm glad I didn't pay for it because I got through everything in under 30 minutes. Still a nice place to stop, and had some cool pieces, but not worth much of an entrance fee in my opinion. They do put on one of the most amazing festivals though.
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