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Mexican Consulate Gallery

In 2021, OPAC and the Mexican Consulate in Oxnard began a new partnership to bring more arts and culture to our community. Lobbies, waiting rooms, hallways and the Sala Aurora have become unique exhibition spaces to showcase artwork that speaks to Mexican and Mexican-American beauty, culture, traditions, and issues. The Consulate welcomes 400 individuals every day, including - we hope - you! Join us for an opening reception or gallery talk or come by during business hours to see the exhibitions!

Entre México y California:

Living Traditions of Danza Mexicana/ Azteca

Thursday, April 4th @ 4 pm

Location: Mexican Consulate in Oxnard

3151 W 5th St Suite 100

Oxnard, CA 93030

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Tree of Life

Árbol De La Vida

March 7 - May 10, 2024

Location: Mexican Consulate in Oxnard

3151 W 5th St Suite 100

Oxnard, CA 93030

Coinciding with International Women's Day, celebrated this year on March 8th, is the opening of OPAC's "Arbol de la Vida" exhibition. Translated as "Tree of Life," this show brings together 6 regional artists who express their unique perspectives through a range of mediums, including painting and tapestry. Their works speak to themes of growth, strength, and interconnectedness and weave a layered narrative of womanhood, resilience, and empowerment.

Artists: Dalia Garcia, Benita Martinez Sosa, Gabriela Santos Ramos, Maricruz Sibaja, Rima Villareal, Helen Yanez



Artists From Our Community

8@5th / Artists from our Community is a group exhibition of select artists that deserve our full attention. Spotlighted because of their artistic qualities, diverse style and personal conceptual emphasis, these artists are internally bonded and unified in their proud embrace of their Mexican and American Cultural Heritage. They are living examples of the diverse and profoundly rich mosaic that constitutes the arts of our Community.


Also on view is the second installment of the incredible Mexican Print Collection of Gil García and Marti Correa de García of ​​Santa Barbara, CA. Their collection brings visitors closer to the giants of Mexican Art, including: Francisco Toledo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Clemente Orozco, Rufino Tamayo, Juan O’Gorman, Jose Luis Cuevas, Fanny Rabel and many more.



Cielo y Tierra

works by John Nava

CIELO Y TIERRA (Heaven and Earth) brings together recent work by Ojai artist John Nava drawn from two distinct spheres - the sacred realm of faith, hope and redemption and the material world plagued by suffering and injustice. It presents trial tapestries for the figure and portrait of Mary, Our Lady of the Angels, as well as images of young victims of the reckless actions of authority along the US-Mexico border.

Línea Continua

works by Porfirio Gutierrez

CONTINUOUS LINE presents new works by Zapotec textile artist, natural dyer and Ventura resident, Porfirio Gutiérrez. Porfirio challenges traditional textile value by redefining purpose and expanding upon the fluid tradition of Zapotec textile knowledge.



works by Rafael Perea de la Cabada

Mexican Prints

from the Collection of Gil García and Marti Correa de García

2021 marked the Bicentennial of the Consummation of Mexican Independence and 500 years of the historical Memory of Tenochtitlan, the fall of the Aztec empire. On September 15, 2021, OPAC and the Consulate of Mexico in Oxnard presented two exhibitions of Mexican art that celebrated the past and connected us to the present with contemporary work.  One exhibit brought visitors closer to the giants of mid-20th century Mexican Art, including Leopoldo Mendez, Rufino Tamayo, Clemente Orozco, Francisco Toledo, Jose luis Cuevas, Fanny Rabel, and others through the incredible Mexican Print Collection of Gil García and Marti Correa de García from Santa Barbara, CA.

The Mexican Print Collection was curated by renowned Mexican artist Rafael Perea de la Cabada, who also exhibited his own work in a show called, Cempohualli, an Aztec term for the number 20. There were 20 pieces of Perea’s artwork in the exhibition which explore themes of contemporary Mexican-American culture.

12) Rafael Perea de la Cabada, Unidad, etching, 6 x 3.5 inches (17.5 13.5 inches framed),

The Mexican Consulate in Oxnard


3151 W 5th Street

Oxnard, CA 93030



Opening Hours

Mon - Fri

8:30 am – 4:30 pm





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