Explore Mexico City’s art and architecture with the Siegal Lifelong Learning Program

Explore Mexico City, a city endowed with innovative art, architecture, museums, archaeology and cuisine, during a Siegal Lifelong Learning Program trip this winter.

Damaris Puñales-Alpízar, associate professor of Spanish, will lead the trip Feb. 7-11, 2019, when attendees will gain special insight into many of Mexico City’s cultural treasures during special tours of the city’s best museums and contemporary spaces.

Highlights of the educational trip will include:

  • Visiting the National Museum of Anthropology;
  • Exploring the MUAC (Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo);
  • Viewing Frida Kahlo’s Blue House museum in Coyoacán;
  • Attending the ZⓢONAMACO Art Fair;
  • Seeing murals by José Clemente Orozco in the Colegio de San Ildefonso;
  • Walking through the iconic Palacio de Correos;
  • Visiting the Museo de Bellas Artes; and
  • Stopping at Casa Luis Barragán, home of Mexico’s most famous architect and now a house museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

For more information, including accommodations and trip cost, visit the Lifelong Learning website.