- Category: Entertainment
- Published: Friday, September 06 2013 08:00
- Written by News Service
The Mission Historical Museum presents “La Epoca de Oro/Films of the Golden Age,” a historical exhibit commemorating a cultural pastime that celebrates Mexican Cinema in the Rio Grande Valley.
The exhibit, “Films of the Golden Age,” will run from Sept.10 through Oct. 19 and consists of 21 framed posters from the films that made the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, 1936 - 1969.
In association with exhibit, the museum will offer a film history presentation and a musical performance by Rumbo al’ Anacua on Thursday, Sept. 19, at 6 p.m. in the MHM annex. Rosa Canales Pérez and Joe Pérez, (Rumbo al’ Anacua) were raised in rural South Texas who use storytelling, poetry and music to illustrate their cultural experiences.From its repertory, the duo performs old música ranchera along with original compositions of blues and folk music on acoustic guitars.Refreshments will be provided.