Annual Meetings

The Texas-Mexico Chapter meets twice a year, once in the spring at the ARLIS/NA Annual Conference and once in the fall at our Chapter Meeting.


ARLIS/NA Texas-Mexico Chapter Logo
Details for August 2022 Coming Soon!

 Image of Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) in Mexico City
Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes

The 2022 Texas-Mexico Chapter Meeting will be held in Mexico City from August 8-11, 2022 and will be a joint meeting with the 2023 ARLIS/NA Conference Planning Advisory Committee. 

Registration is now open: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arlisna-texas-mexico-2023-chapter-meeting-mexico-city-tickets-365954007287

Registration costs are $70 USD for Texas-Mexico Chapter Members who reside in the U.S. and $35 USD for Mexico residents, retirees, students, and guests of chapter members. 

The trip in August will also be hosted at the 2023 ARLIS/NA conference hotel – the Hilton Mexico City Reforma. Once you register, we will send a link to make hotel reservations with the ARLIS/NA group rate ($135 per night + taxes). 

All chapter members are encouraged to join us as it will be an excellent way to familiarize yourself with Mexico City in advance of the 2023 Conference by visiting museums and libraries in the city and getting to know the conference space and neighborhood better, which in turn will make our chapter members great ambassadors for the 51st annual ARLIS/NA Conference next year!

A travel guide and a more detailed itinerary will follow shortly as tour and event plans are formalized. Subscribe to the listserv to stay up to date!

The basic itinerary is as follows: 

Monday, 8/8 

-Arrival day for many attendees

-Welcome happy hour or dinner (location to be determined)

Tuesday, 8/9

 -Hotel and conference space tour in AM

-Conference Planning Advisory Committee Meeting in AM

-Museum tours in afternoon 

-Chapter-sponsored dinner 

Wednesday, 8/10

-Research Roundtable presentations in AM

-Museum tours in afternoon

Thursday, 8/11

-Departure day for many attendees

Travel notes: 

If you plan on coming, make sure your passport is up to date!

COVID testing is no longer required for re-entry to U.S. (as of Sunday, 6/12 https://www.washingtonpost.com/transportation/2022/06/10/covid-testing-requirement-ends/).

If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, please let me know.  

Thank you!