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[Death Spectacular Show at Paramount Theater]

[Death Spectacular Show at Paramount Theater]

Date: 1986
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Photograph of a stage filled with performers clothed in Day of the Dead costumes. In the background four performers (two male, two female) hold hands as if being pulled away from the action. Miscellaneous performers stand in the wings. In the foreground, two men in suits tussle with a figure costumed as a ram while a woman in white stands nearby. One man's hat has fallen to the ground; the woman wears a veil.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Book: Festival Cinco de Mayo]

[Book: Festival Cinco de Mayo]

Date: 1988
Creator: unknown
Description: Book of community events and advertisements relevant to the Austin, Texas area. In the center, there is a schedule of events in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Some advertisements in the book mention local law firms or services, and others are for political positions.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Flyer: El Día de los Muertos Celebration]

[Flyer: El Día de los Muertos Celebration]

Date: November 3, 2000
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Flyer advertising a celebration of El Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The event occurred on November 3rd, 2000. Events included a parade, music by Johnny Degollado, hands-on activities, and presentations from speakers. An illustration of skeletons riding bicycles and wearing top hots appears near the bottom of the flyer.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[People Posing in Front of the Frida Kahlo Museum[

[People Posing in Front of the Frida Kahlo Museum[

Date: 1996
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of three people and their arms around each other at the door of the "Museo Frida Kahlo" or the Frida Kahlo Museum. The building is brightly painted in blue, green and red. The name of the museum is in large red letters above green doors.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Pamphlet: La Tejedora de Vida, An Exhibition from Serfin Museum of Indigenous Textiles]

[Pamphlet: La Tejedora de Vida, An Exhibition from Serfin Museum of Indigenous Textiles]

Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Pamphlet regarding the ribbon cutting ceremony for the La Tejedora de Vida [The Weaver of Life] exhibit occurring at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The ceremony was held on January 22nd, 1999. On the front cover is a black and white photograph of a woman weaving cloth. Inside is a red drawing of a woman weaving cloth against a tree. The woman is in traditional dress and wears a snake on her head. There is also a black and white photograph of a man and woman kissing. Green geometric patterns adorn the edges of several pages.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Pamphlet: Dos Maestros (Two Masters) Dr. Atl & Mardonio Magaña]

[Pamphlet: Dos Maestros (Two Masters) Dr. Atl & Mardonio Magaña]

Date: 2004
Creator: unknown
Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, the National Council on Art and Culture, the National Institute of Fine Arts. and the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Dos Maestros (Two Masters) Dr. Atl & Mardonio Magaña". The entire pamphlet has been printed in green tones, including the photographs. The front cover of the pamphlet accentuates the exhibition title with a photograph from the exhibition as the background. The pamphlet folds out to span three and a half panels long. The first full-sized panel features information about the exhibition, including the title, address of the museum, and the date and time of the opening reception. The middle panel presents a passage about the drawings created by Dr. Atl, while the last panel presents a passage detailing the work of Mardonio Magaña. There is a photograph of a wood sculpture of three Mexican musicians above the passage about Magaña. The background of the first and second panels is a drawing from the exhibition. The half-sized panel contains information about major supporters as well as a photograph of a wooden sculpture from the exhibition. The back of the last panel features a large photograph of Mardonio ...
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Written Materials on Display in Jose Clemente Orozco Farias Exhibition]

[Written Materials on Display in Jose Clemente Orozco Farias Exhibition]

Date: 2004
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Photograph of written material by Jose Clemente Orozco Farias. The Jose Clemente Orozco Farias exhibition was hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The materials are arranged in a display case and include several books of poems.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Title Wall for Dos Maestros Exhibition]

[Title Wall for Dos Maestros Exhibition]

Date: 2004
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Photograph of a title wall for the Dos Maestros exhibition hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Text on the wall reads: "Dos Maestros: Two Legendary Mexican Masters." A selection of small photographs are hung on the leftmost wall.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Día de los Muertos Parade Banner]

[Día de los Muertos Parade Banner]

Date: November 2, 2002
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Photograph of a parade banner at the Mexic-Arte Museum's Día de los Muertos parade. Two individuals hold the banner between them. It reads: "Mexic-Arte Museum, Día de los Muertos, Presented by Dell. Printing sponsored by Kinko's." The photograph was taken at nighttime in downtown Austin.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Two Women Standing in Front of Title Wall at Flores Para Mi Mama Exhibition]

[Two Women Standing in Front of Title Wall at Flores Para Mi Mama Exhibition]

Date: 2000
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Description: Photograph of Jaime Arredondo and an unnamed woman standing in front of a title wall at Flores Para Mi Mama, an exhibition housed at the Mexic-Arte Museum in 2000. Arredondo, left, wears a collared red shirt and black trousers. The unnamed woman, right, wears a sheer sleeveless blouse and white pants. On the left side of the wall is a large painting of a rose in yellow, pink, red, and orange colors.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
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