419 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701, USA
About Mexic-Arte Museum
Mexic-Arte Museum is a fine arts museum in Austin, Texas. The Mission of the organization is to enrich and educate the community through the presentation and promotion of traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latino, and Latino art and culture which was founded in 1983.
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