The Mexican Revolution of 1917 altered not only the character of Mexican politics, but re-shaped culture well beyond Mexico’s borders. It spurred an art movement, muralism, that sought to integrate a wider swath of the country’s heritage and bring art to the people. The result was a time of booming creativity that expanded to South America and even the United States. Learn how the political dreamers and fighters of 1917 gave the world Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.