Did you already miss these capital events? Well, they’re back, since this Wednesday, January 25, the first Night of Museums of 2023 will be organized in CDMX. Yes, for this reason we take the opportunity to tell you about some of the events and exhibitions that will take place so that you can go and take a look at them.

When and how will the first Museum Night of 2023 be organized in CDMX?

According to the capital’s Ministry of Culture, the first Night of Museums of this 2023 in CDMX will be this Wednesday, January 25 (remember that it is organized on the last Wednesday of each month).

Yes, this time the program will have guided tours, exhibitions, book presentations, film screenings, dramatizations and even concerts. in more than 40 cultural venues throughout Mexico City.

Photo: CDMX Culture Secretariat.

In fact, The activities will be face-to-face, virtual and mixed so that more people can participate in them.

Schedule? This Night of Museums will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in various museums and cultural centers in the capital where, in most, the entrance will be totally free. But don’t worry, in those who have to pay, will have a special cost.

What will be some of the activities?

One of the activities that will take place is a guided tour dramatized in the National Museum of the Revolution with “The Soul of the Revolution”; in addition to a walk characterized in San Fernando Pantheon Museum for the anniversary of Margarita Maza; as well as a tour of the Museum of Mexico City which will end with the presentation of the group “Candela Groove”.

Photo: CDMX Culture Secretariat.

And speaking of live music, the Historic Justo Sierra Synagogue it will have the show “Música Degenerada”, where artists will play gypsy songs from the Holocaust; in the Postal Palace in the Historic Center the concert of the Fine Arts Opera Studies will be given; Y the Diego Rivera Mural Museum will give an electronic music tribute to the literary memory of Mexico with “Techxturas Sonoras” by Jairo Guerrero; equal andl Museum of the Basilica of Guadalupe will have the Feelin’ Cenzontle concert, which will be broadcast live through their social networks; and finally, Former Teresa Current Art will present “Impropia”, musical improvisation sessions.

And there will also be book presentations: in the Estanquillo Museum the books “The road to the common grave” by Memo Bautista and “The lightning and the bullet” by Erick Baena; and in the Historical Archive of Mexico City the book “Research on Che Guevara”, from the collection “Lefts of Latin America”.

Photo: CDMX Culture Secretariat.

Meanwhile in the old Academy of San Carlos The exhibition “The Principle of Contradiction” by Francisco Ortiz will be inaugurated.

Special activities

The Chapultepec Forest Site Museum you will have a bicycle ride to take a tour that will tell the history of the place; Y the Agora Gallery of the Peopleinside the Old Town Hall Palace in the Historic Center, will offer a talk on Three Kings Day.

While the Old College of San Ildefonso will offer a special activity in its access patio called “Xoloitzcuintle: history and art”, in which visitors will be able to learn more about this breed and live with puppies.

Photo: CDMX Culture Secretariat.

And to finish, the Valparaiso Forum and the Art Gallery of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) They will have the support of Mexican Sign Language interpreters.

If you want to know the complete program, you can consult the Billboard of Mexico City on this page: https://cartelera.cdmx.gob.mx/.

To find out the complete program of the first edition of the Night of Museums in 2023, you can consult the Billboard of Mexico City (https://cartelera.cdmx.gob.mx/), the social networks of the Ministry of Culture : Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, as well as the official networks of the Night of Museums on Twitter (https://twitter.com/nochedemuseums) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/nochedemuseos/).

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