Taste of Mexico 2019 at the Mexic-Arte Museum —
August 13, 2020

Taste of Mexico 2019 at the Mexic-Arte Museum

Taste of Mexico 2019 returns on May 1 to celebrate the artistry and culinary arts of Austin and Mexico. This culturally conscious and historical celebration of Cinco de Mayo invites guests to generously sample creative cuisines from over 50 of Austin’s most eclectic and exciting restaurants, food trucks, and beverage purveyors. This year’s Taste of Mexico will explore the influence of Puebla in the Mexican culinary arts and will feature some of the top chefs, tequilas, and mezcales in Central Texas.

Proceeds from Taste of Mexico benefit Mexic-Arte Museum’s art education programs, including the nationally recognized Screen It! Program, which introduces youth to basic screen printing techniques and careers in the art field. Screen It! received the 2016 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, a project of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities presented by Honorary Chairman, First Lady Michelle Obama.

Mexic-Arte Museum is a nonprofit dedicated to cultural enrichment and education through the collection, preservation and presentation of traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latinx, and Latin American art and culture The Museum aims to promote dialogue and develop understanding for visitors of all ages. Since 1984, Mexic-Arte Museum has produced and presented cultural and educational programs for communities in Texas. Mexic-Arte Museum is one of the first museums in the U.S. to present Mexican and Mexican American art.

Tickets prices are $65 for General Admission and $55 for Museum Members. VIP tickets are available for $80 and include a complimentary raffle ticket, entrance beginning at 5:30 p.m., and priority admission throughout the night. Members can email membership@mexic-artemuseum.org to receive a special promotion code. Tickets are available exclusively online and will not be available at the door. To purchase tickets for Taste of Mexico 2019, please visit mexic-artemuseum.org.

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Merideth is a music writer who has covered bands from her hometown in Colorado to London to Bangkok to Shanghai and finally back to Austin. Led Zeppelin changed her life. So did Dolly Parton. You can read her music reviews at smackmadness.com.

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