The Global Arts and Humanities Festival returns in Spring 2019 with Mexico Remixed.
Mexico is the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world, with a culture rich in traditions and expansive in its connections to other cultures around the globe. Mexico Remixed brings together some of today's most distinguished cultural luminaries who are actively shaping and reinventing Mexican culture in a global context.
Mexico Remixed is designed to support global learning, international cultural exchanges, and IU ambassadorship. The festival builds upon IU Bloomington's extensive academic strengths in the arts and humanities and promotes contemporary scholarship conducted by faculty and students on the art, culture, and history of Mexico.
Throughout the semester, the Arts & Humanities Council will collaborate with partners on campus and throughout the Bloomington community to present performances, art exhibitions, public talks, and academic conferences that highlight Indiana University's rich cultural ties to Mexico, its people, and people of Mexican descent living in the United States.