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What stories do you want to share?


The Mexican Museum presents entretanto—a series of talks that reflect on the Latinx artistic experience in the United States. These talks will encompass different themes and speakers to reflect, discuss, and explore the experiences and mechanisms shared by artists, curators, writers, musicians, poets, etc. who self-identify with Latinx, Chicanx, Mexican-American, and Mexican communities.


We are welcoming entries from artists, writers, poets, musicians, and anyone who reflects on the identities of the communities that are aligned with the museum’s mission, an effort to explore visual representations of the complexity and richness of the art and the history of the Latinx, Chicanx, Mexican American and Mexican communities in the United States.


The format is designed to be interdisciplinary, with sessions that could include panels, presentations, and performances. The Mexican Museum’s mission within these talks is to provide a space as the organizer and host of the talks.


entretanto will be an ongoing art talk program series running from 2022 onwards. These art talks are a continuation of the educational logistic operations museums have adapted to since 2020. The Mexican Museum art talks—entretanto— refers to the time “in-between” two events. This name alludes to the impasse of time that the museum exhibitions and educational programs will stay virtual until the new museum building is available. They are as well an approach to broader audiences who do not necessarily reside in the Bay Area. entretanto also translates as “something in-between many things” referring to the multiplicity of themes these talks intend to address.


We want to listen to your ideas and your contribution to the Latinx arts and culture


This initiative is part of the museum’s campaign to raise cultural awareness and to support artists to gain presence and representation within the country and the world. We wish to continue with the artistic dialogue that the museum has inherited since its birth in 1975. We also encourage you to visit our website to familiarize yourself with The Mexican Museum’s history, as well as with its exhibitions and educational programs.



  • Proposal: Single presentation, Panel presentation, Performance

  • Hosted by The Mexican Museum

  • Possibility of an invited moderator


Participants individual criteria

  • Artists/curators/poets/musicians/writers

  • Self-identify with Latinx, Chicanx, Mexican-American, Mexican identities

  • Based or resides in the United States





1. Fill out and submit the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM by December 15, 2021

2. Email  with any supporting documents to your presentation/panel/performance proposal. Please, upload the documents indicating your name and title as in the Online Aplication Form. The subject of the email should be [Last name, first name; art talk proposal title]


Deadline for Submission: December 15, 2021 (midnight).


Incomplete submissions will not be considered.

If you have questions or need assistance, contact us at 

Notification will be made by February 15, 2022. The talks will start place online in Spring 2022.




The Curatorial Committee meets in January to review submissions.


The selected proposals will be announced on our website as well as on our social media once the committee has made the final selection. Likewise, the selected projects will be announced to their authors.


Thank you for your trust and your time.




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