The non-profit centre seek to trigger collective conversations regarding dissent culture out of a feminist and antineoliberal approach, through educational, activist, artistic and cultural activities. Since its foundation in 2006, Border Cultural Center has presented the work of approximately 300 artists and activists and 50 curators and guest managers. Highlights include QUEER UP! (DYKES, FAGS, WEIRDOS & YOU) (2015), a 12-month programme of residencies, seminars, and exhibitions considering LGBTIQ identities; MULTIVERSO TRANS (2015), a four-day encounter on trans identities; LO QUE SE VE NO SE PREGUNTA (2016), the first Mexican exhibition on trans identities; and THE SCAPEGOAT: AIDS + violence + action, an exhibition that criticises the politisation and instrumentalisation that governments, the media, the clergy and conservative groups have done out of the HIV/AIDS crisis.
mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat 9:00 am – 8:00 pm; sun 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Zacatecas 43, Colonia Roma