The Casa Haas Gallery will be the ideal place where through the exhibition “Memories of a Carnaval”, the Instituto Municipal de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán will exhibit one of its precious treasures that has left its tradition that covers more than a hundred editions of the so-called maximum fiesta of the Port.
From Thursday, February 11 to Saturday, February 27, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., it will be open to the public for freehi. This collection brings together dozens of pieces that range from queen’s dresses, some never exhibited, intimate articles of designers, sketches of parade float designs, among others, which together offer a cultural treasure for attendees.
Irving Campos, Director of Logistics and Protocol of the Instituto de Cultura, indicated that this exhibition is a team effort that had not been appreciated in recent years, and it comes to highlight the importance of Carnaval for Mazatlecans and the tradition in the country.
Before entering the enclosure located on the streets Heriberto Frías corner with Mariano Escobedo, as a measure of health, the attendees will attended to with the necessary hygiene actions so that the interior prevails in optimal conditions.
With this type of action, the Instituto de Cultura that José Ángel Tostado Quevedo rightly directs, at the request of the Mayor, Quimico Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres. continues to share and promote any cultural manifestation, in a responsible way that is in favor of the Port and its maximum fiesta, Carnaval Internacional de Mazatlán.