The Mexico Institute

The Mexico Institute


For over 26 years, The Mexico Institute has created programs and services of superior quality, scope and scale, consistently fulfilling its mission:


To advance the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the rich and diverse Mexican culture through artistic and educational programs.


The Mexico Institute was founded in 1989 to bridge the cultural gap between the rapidly growing Mexican community and other cultures in the Dallas area. Under the leadership of founder and director Clara Borja Hinojosa, the tax-exempt 501© (3) Institute is a well-established organization respected for the rich diversity and high quality of its educational and artistic programs. Today, it provides multidisciplinary arts and humanities programs conveying the authentic heritage of Mexico. With offerings designed to reflect the cosmopolitan roots and cross-cultural influences of Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean and South
America, the Institute is a community-building entity that attracts the full spectrum of ethnic and age groups.

Funding comes from membership fees, admissions and the generosity of individuals, foundations and corporations.

Location: Dallas, TX, USA

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