About the Museum
The National Arts Center or Centro Nacional de las Artes (Cenart) is an institution dedicated to the dissemination, research, training, promotion, debate and teaching of art, culture and interdisciplinary. Its 12 hectares of extension host scenic forums, squares, galleries and green areas, where you can enjoy both a broad artistic program and a rich academic life. Parallel to a unique Academic Development program of its kind, ranging from courses and workshops for children to graduate studies in arts education, the Cenart concentrates four schools of professional education, belonging to the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA), where you can study dance, theater, music or plastic arts. It also houses the Cinematographic Training Center (CCC). The Cenart is also one of the most important works of contemporary architecture in Mexico because it includes buildings by prominent artists such as Ricardo Legorreta, Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon, Enrique Norten, Luis Vicente Flores, Javier Calleja, Alfonso Lopez Baz and Javier Sordo Madaleno.
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