Guadalajara, Jalisco.- Federal and Jalisco authorities They met to discuss the construction of the Barranca Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Guadalajara.
The Museum will have three levels of construction in 16 thousand 394.26 m2, The work is currently 28 percent complete.so the coordination of the three levels of government is needed to finish the enclosure.
The place of the Museum is in the Huentitán area in the state capitaldetailed the Government of Jalisco.
The The meeting was led by René Caro Gómez, General Strategic Coordinator of Land Management with Homero Fernández Pedroza, Director General of the Los Pinos Cultural Complex of the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico.
In addition, more officials were present, such as Abel Salgado Peña, head of the Federal Liaison and International Affairs Unit (UEFAI), assured that the Museum seeks to be an international tourist attractionas in the case of the Zoo or the Expo Guadalajara.
For his part, the general director of the Los Pinos Cultural Complex, Homero Fernández Pedroza, highlighted the interest of the Ministry of Culture in the initiative and seeks make it a project for the future contains a community culture component.
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Among the officials who attended the meeting is Lourdes González, director of the Secretary of Culture of the State of Jalisco, the General Director of International Affairs, Juan Alberto Varela Márquez.
While from Guadalajara, the meeting was attended by Eduardo Martínez Lomelí, Secretary General and Juan Carlos Arauz, Director of Projects and Resource Management of Public Works.