November 2016 - present
Create different urban encounters through artistic activities that promote community participation in the different spaces they use.
This urban project began in 2015. Part of its educational, entrepreneurial, economic and cultural characteristics was to have Tecnológico de Monterrey in the area, which was a starting point to propose that its doors be open to the community, connecting it with its environment through the coexistence between students and the community.
When DistritoTec talks about urban regeneration, it refers to designing local experiences to get the community involved and participating in cultural activities.
The Public Art Program created two public art pieces in the District. In this first stage, both pieces will be large format artistic murals.