CCU (University Cultural Center) 
Insurgentes Sur 300. Col. Coyoacán

The University Cultural Center is the UNAM main cultural space. All the arts meet there. Throughout the year, it offers an innovative and robust program including dance, music, theater, cinema and other contemporary artistic disciplines. Many buildings and green areas form part of it: Sala Nezahualcóyotl, Teatro Juan Ruiz de Alarcón, Foro Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Sala Miguel Covarrubias and Sala Carlos Chávez; together with the groups of sculptures known as Serpientes del Pedregal, Paseo de las Esculturas and Espacio Escultórico. In 2008, CCU opened its most recent endeavor: the Contemporary Art University Museum (MUAC), which is also a venue for the UNAM International Film Festival (FICUNAM).

Cinematógrafo del Chopo
Chopo University Museum. Enrique González Martínez 10, Col. Santa María la Ribera

Cinematógrafo del Chopo is part of the Chopo University Museum, inaugurated by the rector of the University, Guillermo Soberón, on November 25th, 1975. Ever since it first opened its doors, the Chopo University Museum became a dynamic center for the promotion of contemporary art, characterized by an innovative, including, and diverse spirit. Through its work, the Museum has placed itself as an obligatory reference in avant-garde art.

In 2006 and 2007, the Chopo Museum renovated its premises to better help with the necessities of contemporary art through an intervention by architect Enrique Norten, implemented by the Coordinación de Proyectos Especiales de la UNAM (UNAM Special Projects Coordinating Office) in charge of architect Felipe Leal. The goal was to establish continuity in the artistic project and to keep contributing towards one of the essential duties of the UNAM: to spread the benefits of culture to the largest amount of citizens through the promotion and diffusion of contemporary art.

MuAC (Contemporary Art University Museum)
Insurgentes Sur 300, Centro Cultural Universitario. Col. Coyoacán

MuAC (Contemporary Art University Museum) is an institution with strong ties to UNAM and a commitment towards the state of worldwide contemporary art. Its function is to activate both the visibility and the discourse of contemporary art from Mexico and Latin America.

The programs and project related to MuAC put current artistic creation first. Its curatorship favors the construction of knowledge and significant experiences and the actions presented within the installations of the museum should help to establish similar processes between the museum and its audiences. MuAC considers each of its visitors as a participative agent in this institution.

MuAC promotes networking through interdisciplinary work in the university and aims to establish strategic alliances with similar-minded people and organizations.

Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco (CCUT)
Ricardo Flores Magón 1, Col. Nonoalco-Tlatelolco, C.P. 06990


Casa del Lago
Bosque de Chapultepec. Primera sección. Acceso por Paseo de la Reforma, puerta principal al Zoológico. Col. San Miguel Chapultepec, Del. Miguel Hidalgo, 11850, México, D. F.

Cineteca Nacional
Av. México Coyoacán #389 Col. Xoco Del. Benito Juárez Mexico D.F. C.P 03330.

Cine Tonalá
Tonalá #261, Roma Sur, México D.F.

Goethe Institut Mexiko
Tonalá 43, Colonia Roma (Entre Durango und Colima) 06700 México, D.F., Mexiko

La Casa del Cine MX
República de Uruguay 52, 2º piso Col. Centro Histórico México D.F. 06000

Faros (Lighthouses)
Faro de Oriente, Faro Tláhuac, Faro Milpa Alta y Faro Indios Verdes

Faro de Oriente (East-Side Lighthouse) represents an alternative view for cultural intervention. The aim is to offer a proficient cultural promotion as well as quality art and handicraft education for a population physically, economically, and symbolically disenfranchised from conventional cultural circuits.

It combines an art and trades school, a cultural venue offering relevant artistic experiences, and a public square. All of these elements create a new vision of cultural development through which access to these kinds of activities becomes a regular experience. There is an art gallery, a library, a toy library, and a bookshop. It also offers regularly free courses and workshops.