Exhibitions

Dream Weavers

Mural-Graffiti

On 2017, the National Museum for the Popular Cultures celebrates 35 years of being a space open to diversity and intercultural dialogue from actions that favor the knowledge, acknowledgment, and respect for cultural pluralism.

Its objective is to document, promote, and encourage the initiatives of the creators of popular culture in Mexico, in the rural and urban spheres, through exhibitions and organization of artistic-cultural activities.

One of these activities was the creation of the mural: Dream Weavers, made on 2010 by the visual artists: Saner and Sego, as a part the celebration of the Bicentennial of Mexico’s Independence. The mural-graffiti Dream Weavers, of 60 square meters, was made in the context of the exhibition: Images for a Story. Vignettes of the Popular Mexican, and was created in 14 days under the inclement weather. Have you visited it?

OPPENING HOURS AND ADMISSION:

January 03 to December 29 2017
From Tuesday to Thursday , 10:00 - 18:00 hrs.

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National Museum for the Popular Cultures

Avenida Hidalgo 289 , Esquina con Allende Col. Del Carmen, C.P. 4100, Deleg. Coyoacán México, Ciudad de México

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