Festival 2019


  • Créssida Contemporary Dance at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center: The company makes its New York debut with the world premiere of Naj (House), created by the troupe’s Artistic Director Lourdes Luna in close collaboration with Mexican-American composer Carlo Nicolau. (Queens) 
  • Dance Workshop at Rioult Dance Studios: Corporal Creation Tools for Contemporary Expression by Créssida Contemporary Dance. (Queens) 


  • 16th Morelia International Film Festival Short Winners at The School of Visual Arts: (Manhattan) 

Las Rancheras by Hermann Neudert (Online)

El Amor Dura Tres Meses / Love Lasts Three Months by Rafael Martínez García (Sección Michoacana)

32-Rbit by Víctor Orozco Ramírez (Animation)

El Peso de los Caídos / The Weight of the Fallen by Gastón Andrade (Documentary)

La Chica con Dos Cabezas / The Girl with Two Heads by Betzabé García (Fiction)


  • Brunch with a Cause, Domingo en Familia at Cantina Cumbancha NYC: Profits from ticket sales donated to Make the Road NY to help reunite families separated at the border. Visual artist Cuevawolf, presents La Lotería Viva, a collection of photographs that depict live versions of the Mexican lotería.(Brooklyn) 


  • 68 Voices, 68 Hearts. Screening and Q&A at The Center for Fiction: A series of animated short films that retell indigenous stories in their native tongues.This panel will feature filmmaker and creator of 68 voices, 68 hearts Gabriela Badillo; Américo Mendoza-Mori, Quechua and Spanish professor at the University of Pennsylvania; and Mirian Masaquiza, Social Affairs Officer at the Indigenous Peoples and Development Branch of the UN’s Department of Economic and Social Affairs. (Brooklyn) 


  • Maya Burns Trio at Terraza 7: Playing alongside Victor Delagarza and Micheal Benham at jazz club Terraza 7, deemed by The New York Times as “a beloved fixture in one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the country.” (Queens) 


  • Miguel Covarrubias – Between the Mexican Renaissance and the Harlem Renaissance at Columbia Journalism School: Cartoonist Rafael Barajas “El Fisgón” shares a captivating visual presentation about the legacy of Mexican caricaturist Miguel Covarrubias. (Manhattan) 


  • Lamentable Tierra / Sorrow Land at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York: A special reception to celebrate a photography exhibition that exposes Mexico’s forgotten rural landscapes through the lenses of three contemporary Mexican artists, Clemente Castor, Carlos Iván Hernández, and Federico Martínez. (Manhattan)
  • La Lotería Viva, A Photo Exhibit, Silent Auction & Cocktail Party at Cantina Cumbancha NYC: Visual artist Cuevawolf presents her premiere exhibition La Lotería Viva (The Living Lottery), the first photographic reinterpretation of the originally illustrated Mexican lotería game made with people and real, handcrafted objects. (Brooklyn)