Here are the future events that we will have during the year! Times are set on Central Time.

A Mexican Folk Art Collective Exhibition

Pump House Regional Arts Center

September 13th – November 4th, 2023

119 King St, La Crosse, WI 54601

Gallery Hours:

MON. 9AM – 5PM
WED. 9AM – 5PM
FRI. 9 AM – 5PM*
SAT. 12PM – 4PM*

This exhibition is showcasing traditional and contemporary Mexican Art based on our roots, traditions and our life as migrants. MFA Collective artwork represents more than 20 Mexican and Mexican American artists:


    Cartoneria (paper sculpture)
Alfonso Morales-MEX
Ceci Tejeda-USA
Gabriela Marván-USA
Linares’ Family-MEX
Mario Alberto Martinez Mendez-USA
Raziel Pacheco-MEX
Tania Morales-MEX
Bárbara Heredia-MEX
    Stained Glass
Rodrigo ‘Mino’ Rivera-MEX
Family Peguero Garcia (Tierra Sagrada Studio)-MEX
Flor Molina -MEX
Gerardo Figueroa-MEX
Samuel Tejeda-MEX
   Corn Husk:
Yesica Coria-USA

Andrea Muñiz-USA
Nadia Figueroa-MEX
Pedro Netzahualcoyotl-MEX
Rosalina Gutiérrez-MEX

Adam Correa- Acrylic on canvas-USA
Alfonso Hurtado – Linocut-MEX
Gabriela Santos- Etching and Woodcut-USA
Jessica Museica- Acrylic on canvas-USA
Joseph Juarez- Acrylic on canvas-USA
Rodrigo ‘Mino’ Rivera-Photography

Julieta Zavala – USA
Ometochtli Mexican Folk Dance – USA
The Braided Janes – USA


Ryan Rothweiler-USA
Mickey Zarate-USA
Peter Cozad-USA
Hanna Hagar-USA
Natalie Hinahara-USA

Mexican Folk Art Collective Open House & Presentation

at Pump House Regional Arts Center

October 6th, 2023

119 King St, La Crosse, WI 54601

A Mexican Folk Art Collective artists reception will be held at the Pump House on October 6th from 5:00-6:30 pm, and a performing arts presentation from 6:30-8:00 pm.


Julieta Zavala

Ometochtli Mexican Folk Dance

The Braided Janes


Stay tuned for more information!

Día de los Muertos celebration

October 7th, 2023

Location: Keewaydin Farms (15270 Haucke Ln, Viola, Wisconsin, 54664.

Día de los Muertos, also known as the Day of the Dead, is a traditional Mexican cultural festival to honor loved ones who have passed away.

Hosted by Keewaydin Farms, Organized by Driftless Curiosity and Mexican Folk Art Collective. Main collaborators: Pump House Regional Arts Center, McIntosh Memorial Library and Consulado de México en Milwaukee.

This free outdoor celebration offers modalities to honor loved ones and hands-on workshops to engage attendees in Mexican folk art.

Artists from the Mexican Folk Art Collective will share their experience through workshops and demonstrations with the community: Ometochtli Mexican Folk Dance, the Braided Janes, Julieta Zavala, Joseph Juárez, Julián Correa, Adam Correa, Andrea Muñiz, Gabriela Marván, Yesica Coria and  Jaqui Almaguer

This year, the altar will be offered to those women who were special for us, women victims of femicide and activist women. Join us and be part of this celebration remembering and honoring them, bringing flowers, fruits, food that your loved ones liked when they were alive, or a photo of them. 

On November 1st, at 10 am, a Día de Muertos Ofrenda will be built at the Pump House Regional Arts Center. Join us to see the story of the Día de Muertos event at Keewaydin Farms, to meet the altaristas (artists who design and build Day of the Dead altars), and to know more about this tradition.

Let us know your interests for future events