National Center of Arts (Cenart)



REVIEW

The National Center for The Arts (CENART) was created by the National Council for Culture and the Arts in November 1994. Its objectives are to produce and explore new models and approaches about artistic education, research, diffusion; to promote inter discipline in art; to encourage new technologies for art, as well as to create spaces for academic and artistic cooperation among institutions of different systems and levels in Mexico and abroad. It has five schools of professional artistic education on cinematography (CCC), which depends on the Mexican Institute of Cinematography (IMCINE), theatre (ENAT), dance (ENDCC), music (ESM) and plastic arts (ENPEG), in addition to four national centers for music research, documentation and information (CENIDIM), theatre (CITRU), dance (CENIDI-DANZA) and plastic arts (CENIDIAP), all of them belong to the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA).

ADDRESS

Río Churubusco 79 , esquina con Calzada de Tlalpan, Col. Country Club, Coyoacán, C.P. 4220, México, Ciudad de México

OPENNING HOURS

From Monday to Sunday, 08:00 - 21:00 hrs.
Este recinto permanecerá cerrado del 19 de diciembre al 2 de enero del 2017.

DISCOUNTS

Precio: de acuerdo a la actividad en el recinto

SERVICIOS

Guide visits | Ticket office | Miniguide | Bookstore | Parking | Sending of monthly programming and special events | Café | Interactive activities

CONTACT

Tel. (55) 4155 0111
contacto@correo.cnart.mx

ACTIVITIES OF THIS PRECINCT

40 Years of Musical Research in Mexico in eBook

September 02 2016 to December 31 2017

Tradition, Nature and Sound

May 11 to July 30 2017

Interactive Game: Voices in Opera

May 11 to December 31 2017

Infosphere

May 26 to September 03 2017

Leonce and Lena

June 01 to 04 2017



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