Women’s Museum Mexico: lecture

Jan 18, 2021

Women’s Museum Mexico invites you to an online lecture on Carmen Mondragón (1893-1978) also known as Nahui Olin. The contemporary of Frida Kahlo was a painter, poet and model who shaped Mexico during the 1920s and 1930s. Learn more about Nahui Olin and her time in the online lecture.

22 Friday 2021, 16.00

Registration: recepcionmuseomujer@gmail.com


Carmen Mondragón (1893-1978)

El Museo de la Mujer te invita a la conferencia virtual para conocer la vida y obra de María del Carmen Mondragón (1893-1978), mejor conocida como Nahui Olin, en conmemoración de su aniversario luctuoso \uD83C\uDDF2\uD83C\uDDFD♀️ Participa la Dra. Beatriz Saavedra (FEMU) y Patricia Rosas Lopátegui.
La cita es el viernes 22 de enero a las 16 horas. Para interactuar vía Zoom, es necesario registrarse previamente al correo electrónico recepcionmuseomujer@gmail.com; favor de indicar nombre del evento, nombre completo y teléfono de contacto. Sintoniza también la transmisión simultánea por Facebook.

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