A sprawling citywide celebration of art and music that lasts into the wee hours of the morning. Read about previous “White Nights.”
Calle 61 became a catwalk showcasing local designs and haute couture that reflect the Yucatecan aesthetic.
A concert and a fashion show, two rained-out Noche Blanca events, are back on the schedule.
Rain didn’t stop Saturday’s Noche Blanca celebrations, although some of the biggest outdoor events had to be rescheduled.
Mr. Fulanito’s exposition “Singular Fusion,” with original ink and scratchboard pieces, will be a Noche Blanca highlight.
Opening of the exhibition, “Península II, Creadores en Yucatán,” a collective exhibition curated by Emilio Said. Performance by Milton Zayas at 10 pm
SoHo Galleries celebrates Noche Blanca with by artists Hortensia Bueno, Laura Bueno, Jorge Aguilar, Ihovany Abreu, Antonella Pozzo, Hercko Delfín, Jorge Aguilar, Juan C. Breceda, Kreso Cavlovic, and an installation by Ihovany Abreu. Live music by Victoria Ballote. Selected pieces 20 percent discount.
A great opportunity to see and enjoy “Lak’iin, the Power of the Eastern Mayan” and a Maya-themed theatrical kid-friendly performance, “Piedra de Agua” by Conchi León at 8:30 p.m. Performed in the Mayan culture, recreating rituals and legends with wise voices that teach children and adults how to keep evil winds away, discover aluxes and […]
A sprawling citywide celebration of art and music, with hundreds of events happening at once.
Noche Blanca this Saturday has two particularly big acts, but they won’t overshadow all the 40-odd other free events scattered throughout the city.