Cultural events cancelled & rescheduled

Several cultural events in Mexico City have been cancelled after the earthquake

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26/09/2017 12:14

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As a consequence of the recent earthquakes in Mexico, several cultural events and activities have been cancelled so far.

National Institute of Anthropology & History (INAH)The 29th edition of the International Boof Fair of Anthropology & HistoryWhen: September 29Where: National Museum of AnthropologyDetails: The Museum will hold some of the activities programmed related to the events, such as the opening conference “Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, Lectures Series” (by the Harvard University); the honorary ceremony of architect Enrique Cervantes Sánchez; the conferences “Los museos y los artistas” ("Museums & Artists") by Zacatecas artist Manuel Felguérez, “Incas y mexicanas: un estudio comparativo” ("Incas & Mexicas: A Comparative Study") by archeologist Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and Peruvian anthropologist Luis Millones.

National Autonomous University (UNAM)Carne y Arena (Virtualmente presente, físicamente invisible) (Flesh & Sand (Virtually present, physically invisible)) by Alejandro G. Iñárritu.When: From September 26 to October 1Where: University Cultural Center TlatelolcoDetails: Tickets purchased for this week will be valid for the shows scheduled for October 10 to 15, at the same time and day. Reimbursements to be requested before October 5 through the following email: boletoscultura@unam.mxOnline ticket sales will resume on October 9 at 9:00hrs at www.cultura.unam.mx and www.carneyarenatlatelolco.com, as well as the ticket office of the University Cultural Center cinema.

National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA)Swan Lake BalletWhen: September 26 at 20hrsWhere: Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes)Details: Ticket will be reimbursed at the ticket office of the Palace or through Ticketmaster, depending on purchasing venue.

Museum NightsWhen: September 27Where: Secretary of Culture, National Museum of Cultures, Diego Riveral Mural Museum, National Museum of San Carlos, Franz Mayer Museum, Telegraph Museum, Indigenous Museum, Palace of Minery, Cloister of Sor Juana, and National College

National AuditoriumConcerts of André RieuDetails: Concerts rescheduled for March 21 to 25, 2018.


Economic Culture FundAnniversary JourneysWhere: Octavio Paz Library

Siglo XXI EditoresPresentation of the series "La costumbre del poder", ("The Costume of the Power") by Luis SpotaWhen: September 26Where: Palace of Fine Arts

The following museums will open their doors on September 27 to resume with their exhibitions and workshops: Casa del Lago Juan José Arreola (Lake House Juan José Arreola), Universum, Museum of Sciences, and the Interactive Museum of Economy (MIDE).

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