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Join The Mexico Institute and experience the heritage of a rich and diverse culture with Pre-Columbian, European, Moorish, Jewish, African and other influences. Introducing what is distinctively and uniquely Mexican, the Institute strives to bring different cultural experiences to the Dallas community.

We work to foster a better understanding of Mexico’s increasing importance to Texas.

Upcoming Events

The XXXIII Anniversary of the Day of the Spanish Language

THE  MEXICO INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 33 YEARS OF THE DAY OF THE SPANISH  LANGUAGE WITH MEXICAN SCHOLAR, GREGORIO LUKE, WHO WILL LECTURE ON THE 400TH ANNIVERSARY OF MIGUEL DE CERVANTES AND HIS FAMOUS BOOK DON QUIJOTE DE LA MANCHA

Friday, April 21, 2017guest speaker gregorio luke
6pm

Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak Street
Dallas, TX

Lecture is free to the public and presented in English

On Friday, April 21 at 6 pm, at The Latino Cultural Center, The Mexico Institute will present Mexican Scholar  Gregorio Luke, will speak about Miguel de Cervantes, who wrote the famous book “Don Quijote de la Mancha.”

Last year marked the 400th anniversary of Cervante’s death and the Spanish speaking world has been commemorating his legacy through cultural and literary events. His masterpiece, Don Quijote de la Mancha has been read by most in the Spanish-speaking world, its philosophical message is universal playing with fantasy and reality and the rich use of the language has remained in every day expressions for hundreds of years. Continue reading “Upcoming Events”

Mission and History

For over 26 years, The Mexico Institute has created programs and services of superior quality, scope and scale, consistently fulfilling its mission:

Mission

To advance the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the rich and diverse Mexican culture through artistic and educational programs.

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