National Center for the Arts

Centro Nacional de las Artes (CENART)

This interdisciplinary forum has been dedicated to the arts for more than 25 years.

Multimedia center, performing venues, national artistic research centers, galleries, and plazas are all part of the CENART (National Center for the Arts). It is an institution dedicated to promoting, researching, training, fostering, debating, and teaching art, culture, and interdisciplinary projects.

In 1994, Estudios Churubusco changed its appearance for a more contemporary look that was clearly influenced by Ricardo Legorreta, Teodoro González de León, Enrique Norten, Luis Vicente Flores, Javier Calleja, Alfonso López Baz, and Javier Sordo Madaleno.

This is the place to develop a fruitful academic life dedicated to the arts. It has five professional education schools where students learn dance, theater, music, and the plastic arts. It is also the headquarters for the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (Center of Cinematographic Training, CCC) from the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía (Mexican Institute of Cinematography, IMCINE).




National Arts Center, Avenida Río Churubusco, Country Club Churubusco, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

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