The culture of Mendoza is traditionally Argentine, in a way that is both grand and accessible. Local tango shows, Vendimia beauty pageants, music concerts from rock to Electro Tango keep the city vibrant all year round.
ECELA is a Spanish school in Mendoza specializing in helping foreigners to learn the language. Intensive programs as short as one week, and as long as four months are available.
The cozy theater hosts cultural events on weekends, featuring music and dancing. Government sponsored, this museum includes expositions from artists from Mendoza and other provinces.
Named Emiliano Guianazu or Casa Fader in honor of one of hte most important impressionist artists from Argentina, Fernando Fader, this museum is located in Mayor Drummond, Lujan de Cuyo.
The Instituto Intercultural offers classes in Spanish and English, but also many additional languages that might be helpful for business leaders. These include Portuguese, German, Italian, French, Russian, Japanese and Chinese. There are also many ty…
Set inside the home of Gonzalo Cuervo, Ituzaingo is firstly a restaurant but also a wonderful display of paintings and sculptures.
Killka is a wide gallery that features murals, sculptures, and other artistic works all focusing on agriculture in some way. The space itself mimics allegories of viticulture and irrigation at the agricultural oasis.
Located beneath Plaza Independencia, this is a intimate museum displays local art from all types -- from students to famous artists. There are often music and dance exhibits here as well.
This is one of Mendoza's main artistic centers, featuring music, theater, dance, and even puppetry and multimedia shows. Its purpose is to share the local culture and arts with the world.