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ANDEAN INDIAN | July 9, 8 PM | Special discount for MECA community!


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Andean-Indian… Melodies of Folklore from South America and India.

A unique fusion of authentic folk music from both continents.

Andean-Indian will feature renowned Artists from South America – Victor Murillo from Equador, Louis Quintano from Venezuela, Edwardo Cassipia from Bolivia, AND from India – Pt. Indrajit Bannerjee and Gourisankar Karmakar.

MECA community gets a special 10% discount ticket price with code: IAA10

Tickets Here

MECA and MECA at TBH Center will be closed

on Monday, July 4th.

“My artwork explores the chaos of city life that is affected by the complexity of the architectural environments we live in. I created characters and placed them in the artificial environment that mimics city life. These characters are interacting with the Escher-like, optical illusion and maze-like structures they are living in. Some seemed to be lost, while others are trying to escape the environment they are in.”

-E. Hey Chov

Art Exhibit: Lost In The Puzzle City

Opening Reception: July 9th, 6PM – 9PM

Location: TBH CENTER – 333 S Jensen Dr, Houston, TX, 77003

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Registrar – TBH Center

MECA is seeking a registrar for MECA at TBH Center.

The role of the registrar is to assist the MECA staff in the delivery of extracurricular arts curriculum to students from grades Kinder to 12th, occasionally with adults.

  • Works well with children & families
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Strong computer literacy, with database familiarity.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Available from 3PM – 8PM, Monday – Friday, occasionally work Saturdays.
  • Organizing and administering student records.
  • Ensuring records are updated with attendance, finances, grades (during school semester).

Applicant MUST be bilingual in Spanish and English.

Submit resume to:

Armando Silva | Arts Program Director

Email: armando@meca-houston.org

MECA’s Annual

Dia De Los Muertos Festival:

Honoring Our Past,

Celebrating Our Future

October 29 & 30, 2022

1900 Kane St, Houston, TX 77007

Save the date!

MECA’s work to provide year-round, high quality arts education, social services and vigorous academic support is made possible by generous contributions from the following donors:

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