Tweets about Mexico

#Aeromexico is currently the flag carrier of #Mexico, and based in Mexico City. The airline flies to over 100 cities worldwide. The Eagle Knight emblem is an important figure from Mexico's indigenous heritage. Have you ever flown on Aeromexico? #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on January 22, 2019.
 

NOW PLAYING: "Dry Lights" by #XavierChassaing. This short film creates a surreal, dream-like voyage through a series of site-specific art installations in the vast and varied landscape of southern #Mexico. https://t.co/sF35EXYnTl #VideoArtsSFOM https://t.co/CIL0Dwbs7L

This tweet was posted on May 07, 2018.

Today, #JolomMayaetik holds educational courses, lobbies for political inclusion, and lectures locally and internationally to promote the rights of women and indigenous people in #Mexico.

This tweet was posted on January 20, 2018.

Pantelhó, #Mexico is home to communities of Tzotzil-speaking #Mayan artisans who weave distinctive, backstrap-loomed textiles. #EmpoweringThreads

This tweet was posted on December 19, 2017.

This 1947 #PanAm ad shows textiles similar to ones in our #EmpoweringThreads exhibit. Have you been to #Mexico or #Guatemala? #TravelTuesday

This tweet was posted on October 31, 2017.

#Indigenous #Mayan women from #Chiapas, #Mexico have woven on #backstrap #looms for centuries. #empoweringthreads

This tweet was posted on September 27, 2017.

After a trip to #Mexico, #RuthAsawa was inspired by #looped #wire #basketry used to store produce in the marketplace #5womenartists #WHM2017

This tweet was posted on March 23, 2017.

#Mexico was one of #PanAm's first international destinations, with air mail & passenger services starting in 1929. #TravelTuesday #avgeek

This tweet was posted on February 14, 2017.

After a trip to #Mexico, #RuthAsawa was inspired by #looped #wire #basketry used to store produce. #AModernApproach #midcentury #design

This tweet was posted on September 28, 2016.