Cleveland Mexican community International Cleveland Community Day Cleveland Art Museum October 7,2018
International Cleveland Community Day at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a celebration of the rich diversity of our region’s multiethnic communities, featuring traditional music and dance performances, cultural displays, and ingallery experiences. During this vibrant afternoon, visitors enjoyed presentations from more than 50 community groups expressing the continued vitality of the global cultures and arts that enliven our city.
The Mexican community was well represented banners, information tables and a performance by Comite Mexicano. The Comite Mexicano de Cleveland is a nucleus of cultural and research activities serving the Mexican community
This is the first dance by Comite Mexicano.
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Mexican dance by Comite Mexicano
This next dance featured four ladies in beautiful dresses.
The Mexican Hat Dance got the crowd clapping along.
The Comite Mexicano group took their final bows.
Comite Mexicano banner
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The Comite Mexicano dancers also gathered at the Hispanic Alliance table.
Comite Mexicano and Hispanic Alliance
Day of the Dead skulls at Hispanic Alliance table
Hispanic Alliance table
There was also another banner and table representing Mexico.
Mexico table at Art Museum
Mexico banner at Art Museum
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