Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company is proud to collaborate with:
YWCA Maricopa County
Our vision is to develop opportunities for women’s growth in leadership and power to achieve human rights, dignity, freedom health, security, justice and peace for all people.
Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse
is the perfect place to visit whether you are local, from out of town, or out of the country. The town of Rawhide promises to deliver up a true western experience with our multiple attractions and retail stores. We look forward to welcoming you to our 1880’s western town full of fun, good eatin’, great shopping and a true taste of the old west you’ll not find anywhere else in Arizona! General Admission into Rawhide town is complimentary, however, some events do require a separate fee. Town Hours vary depending on the season.
Ballet Folclórico Nacional de Mexico Aztlán de Silvia Lozano.
Maestra Silvia Lozano is one of the most distinguished artists recognized internationally as a leading advocate of authentic Mexican folklore. Her Spanish, French and Indian descent, exemplify the unique blend of Mexico. Thus, she has associated with Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company to work side by side as the only official group that represents Mexico in the U.S.A. and it is a great honor as we accept that compromise.
City of Phoenix
The Latino Institute, a program of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department is an alliance of individuals, government agencies, businesses and community organizations dedicated to ensuring the quality of life for all. Through a unique design that includes various special events and community outreach, the Institute seeks to present lectures, panels, workshops, and/or multimedia presentations that will actively engage participants of all age groups and socioeconomic backgrounds in meaningful dialogue that contributes to the heart of our community.
Since its inception in 2000, the Latino Institute has successfully provided programs that truly celebrate inclusion. The Latino Institute reaches out not only to the Latino base of the City of Phoenix but to its entire community within our great City. Through this outreach, the community receives value, respect, and is supported with information to enhance their quality of life.
ASU’s renowned West campus offers professional and liberal arts degree programs to nearly 9,000 students in northwest Phoenix – the centerpiece of a burgeoning region representing a new frontier in commerce, sports, recreation, arts, and lifelong learning opportunities.
Cesar Chavez Foundation
The mission of the Cesar Chavez Foundation is to enrich and improve the lives of farm worker and Latino families outside of the workplace by meeting their essential human, cultural, and community needs. Quality, Integrity, Sustainability. The Cesar Chavez foundation’s programs evolve in response to the needs of the populations it serves. At the same time, through more than 40 years of service, the foundation has been guided by unyielding core principles.