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Teotihuacan: An Exceptional Society

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
6:00- 7:30 pm Mazanilla-Web-S
UC Berkeley
Center for Latin American Studies
Geballe Room, 220 Stephens Hall
Free event
No RSVP required 

A lecture co-sponsored by The Mexican Museum and the Center for Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley on the ancient city of Teotihuacan, located 30 miles from modern-day Mexico City. The talk will focus on Teotihuacan’s unique multiethnic corporate structure and how that structure played a role in the revolt and consequent fire of 550 AD.

The talk will be led by Dr. Linda R. Manzanilla, a professor and researcher at the Institute of Anthropological Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and a member of El Colegio Nacional.

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¡CHRISTMEX! Mezcal, Mercado y Más

Mezcal, Mercado y Más

December 6, 2014
Fort Mason Center, Building D

Join us at The Mexican Museum this holiday season for our annual, La Tienda, museum store sale. This year we will feature specialty items from Mexico, Central America, and local artisans and vendors. In addition to some great holiday gifts, we will celebrate the season with Mezcal tasting and delicious Mexican food! The holiday sale will continue at The Mexican Museum through December 21st. 

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December Family Sunday: The Art of Retablos

sagrada-familia-SDecember Family Sunday 
The Art of Retablos

December 7, 2014
Fort Mason Center, Building D

Join us at The Mexican Museum for an afternoon of retablo making, part of The Mexican Museum’s Family Sunday program. Adults and children are invited to take part in this free workshop where they will create their own wooden retables. Participants are encouraged to arrive early as space is limited for the hands-on art project.

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