Sunday, January 15, 2023, 12 p.m.–5 p.m.

Join The Cheech and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino for ¡Descubra!, a fun-filled afternoon of activities for families and visitors of all ages. This special celebration features The Cheech exhibition, “Collidoscope: A Retro-Perspective,” which closes Jan. 22.

The day will include art demonstrations, fun activities, music, dancing, and featured activities from ¡Descubra! national collaborator, the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Bring the family and participate in hands-on activities that will include making your own lenticular, making your own Aztec calendar, and an interactive installation with James Rojas and John Kamp.

Tours of the Collidoscope exhibition will be offered throughout the afternoon, by the de la Torre brothers Muralist Jesus Castañeda will be painting a community art wall reflecting on being bicultural in the United States and building community on both sides of the border. 

Admission is FREE!

Walk-up tickets are available at the front desk.

The Collidoscope traveling tour is made possible by (or supported by) the National Museum of the American Latino.

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