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“Mexican Roots: Masks, Prints, and Traditional Arts of Mexico”

May 4 - August 18

Discover the rich tapestry of Mexican art at the newest exhibit “Mexican Roots: Masks, Prints, and Traditional Arts of Mexico,” opening May 4, 2024!
Celebrate the vibrant world of masks and relief prints that capture the essence of Mexican history, people, culture, and religion. The engaging showcase delves into the common threads that weave through the diverse landscape of traditional Mexican artwork, making it an experience for all ages.
For over 150 years, Mexican printmaking and popular art have intertwined, influencing each other and sharing audiences. Today, the themes of masks, indigenous history, and traditional life remain as potent as ever in Mexican print work, establishing an unmistakable connection between these diverse artistic mediums.
“Mexican Roots” is supported by the Fund to Advance Racial Equity at North Texas Community Foundation.
The exhibit is included with general admission or museum membership. Tickets can be reserved at http://www.fwmuseum.org.


May 4
August 18
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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
1600 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107 United States
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