We are an institution committed with the surroundings we inhabit, but we are also a high-quality platform of academic training. We are committed to society, to the environment, and the arts.
We have a LEED building, (from Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), where our gallery La Miscelánea is located. The certification is voluntary, and it accredits the responsible use of energy and the energetic efficiency of our institution. We are the first university in Mexico that has this recognition.
Furthermore, once a year we realize the Unarte Encounter (Encuentro Unarte) ―a space of discussion and lectures about present topics of social compromise, art impact and design in today’s society.
We also make the art and design fair Llevarte, that helps to create a bond between the students and the art market. In this fair the students are self-employed because they promote, present and sell their own products to the attendees.
At Unarte we live what we do: art and design. We teach seven degrees and three masters. We are an open, plural and interdisciplinary space where different voices, talents and proposals meet.