The mission of the Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery, Inc. is to educate and promote art and culture for current and future generations. Since the late 1990s, The Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery have been a pioneer in bringing Mexican visual and performing arts to the Stockton community. The Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery continue to enrich the community with art, culture, and educational programs. Dedicated artists, educators, and interested members of the community volunteer their time and work together to educate the public about Mexico’s wealthy tradition, heritage, and culture. Some of the many activities that the Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery sponsor and celebrates include: art exhibits by local artists, traditional Mexican holidays such as the Day of the Dead, Nativity scene exhibits, poetry reading, symposiums, and art workshops.
Dia de Los Muertos
The mission of the Mexican Heritage Center & Gallery is to educate and promote art and culture for current and future generations. Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) has been celebrated at the Mexican Heritage Center & Gallery since the late 1990s. This holiday is near and dear to our hearts and is one of our most significant community-based events.
They plan to have the fourth annual Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) community street fiesta on Saturday, October 29, 2022. The fiesta will return for the second year as a four-block street fiesta in downtown Stockton at the intersection of Sutter St./Market St. The fiesta takes place right at the corner of the Mexican Heritage Center & Gallery at 111 S. Sutter St. Stockton, California. 95204.
Sound Escapes: Sympathetic Vibrations
We invite you to join us for a beautiful evening Friday, February 21, 2020, featuring a live performance that will incorporate the use of unique instruments and take the audience on a Sound Escape.
Music is Art. Music is all around us. For some, it is a major significant part of the day. For others, it may be more subtle, birds chirping and bustling city streets might be all the music they need. February’s exhibit, Sound Escapes: Sympathetic Vibrations, is a collection of music-inspired art pieces. On display will be visual art, sound art, and interactive instruments for the audience to enjoy. EZ Stockton Junk Removal
Stockton native Lino Alibani’s musical journey began at seventeen when he acquired his first electric guitar. With an inquisitive mind, he began to disassemble and reassemble the instrument, fascinated with the idea of one day building his own. In high school woodshop, he built his first electric guitar. Since then, he has created custom guitars for use in his music and with clients. In addition to making guitars, he has developed his unique instruments. One example is the Resonant Radiator Coils, specially built idiophones that serve multiple functions that will emanate tintinnabulations while on display at the gallery. Lino will create several other exhibits on display.
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