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CULTURE

AUGE OF MEXICO GROWTH AND COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP

CECUT:

34 YEARS PROMOTING CULTURE IN TIJUANA In every corner of the country, the cultural venues come alive through the arts, and the historical value of those inherited from our ancestor strengthens. The same happens in the most dynamic border city in the northwest of Mexico with the majestic Cultural Center Tijuana, an agency from the Ministry of Culture. Designed by architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Manuel Rosen, cecut opened its doors on October 20, 1982 and from then on, it has set the development of the cultural and artistic life, not just of the city but also of the border region, since many renowned artist such as Carlos Fuentes, Jaime Sabines, María Félix, the mime Marcel Maceau and Ignacio López Tarso have performed there. The performance hall, with a capacity of approximately 1000 seats, has had the performances of Folkloric Ballet of Mexico of Amalia Hernández, Bolshoi, Symphony of Mexico, National Theater Company, Nortec Collective

Presents: Bostich + Fussible with the Youth Symphony of Tijuana and important operas. Since 34 years ago, cecut has the biggest sphere screen in Mexico, which has positioned it in the vanguard in the dubbing of productions such as Rocky Mountain Express with the voice of Damián Alcázar; Jerusalem with Enrique Arreola and local talent for the documentary of National Parks which opened a gate to great documentaries to the Spanish-speaking world. Tijuana’s dynamic film production gave cecut the only extension of the Cineteca National through

the Carlos Monsiváis hall, founded in 2011. This hall along with the video hall and IMAX dome form the Cineteca Tijuana, where important international films are shown. With the opening of the El Cubo Gallery in 2008, cecut integrated to an international museum circuit in 2008, cecut integrated to an international museum circuit that meet the highest specifications to exhibit art. For this reason, this border city has been able to enjoy the creations of Frida Kahlo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Vicente Rojo, Olga Costa, Remedios Varo, and the natives from Baja California such as Álvaro Blancarte,

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