Meet the organizations making this exhibit possible.
Mexican Cultural Center DuPage
The Mexican Cultural Center promotes our county’s Mexican heritage, culture and traditions through celebration, education and partnerships.
DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau
DCVB is a not-for-profit partner-based organization that was established through the efforts of a coalition of DuPage area hotel executives and business representatives in 1987. It was formally certified in 1989 by the State of Illinois as the official agency to promote the county’s multi-billion dollar tourism industry and market DuPage County as a destination for visitors and conventions, and to help drive economic development.
Within its service area, the DuPage CVB represents 38 communities, as well as hundreds of individual businesses that make up its membership. The organization’s budget is supported by hotel taxes from supporting DuPage municipalities, membership dues, Illinois Office of Tourism grant funds, and financial assistance from the DuPage County Board.
City of West Chicago
The City of West Chicago is a community on the western edge of DuPage County that borders Illinois’ Tri-City area, and is best known for its historical significance as the first Illinois community established by the railroads. Located along Illinois Route 59, West Chicago boasts open green spaces and connections to trails systems such as the Illinois Prairie Path as well as unique artistic features including a community art gallery and an annual art banner exhibit held in the historic downtown area.
College of DuPage
The mission of College of DuPage is to be a center for excellence in teaching, learning, and cultural experiences by providing accessible, affordable, and comprehensive education.
Telemundo is a premier media company, an industry leader in the production and distribution of high-quality Spanish-language content across multiple platforms for Hispanics in the United States and around the world.
National Museum of Mexican Art
The National Museum of Mexican Art Seeks To stimulate knowledge and appreciation of Mexican art and culture from both sides of the border through a significant permanent collection of Mexican art, rich visual and performing arts programs, high quality arts education programs and resources and professional development of Mexican artists. The Museum welcomes all people and strives to foster a world where all are included.
The Official Website of the Illinois Office of Tourism