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Archive for: March, 2013

Seven days in Utopia

By Lance Oser Based on David L. Cook’s best-selling book, Seven Days in Utopia follows the story of Luke Chisolm, a talented young golfer set on making the pro tour. When his first big shot turns out to be a very public disaster, Luke escapes the pressures of the game and finds himself unexpectedly stranded [...]

Afghan Voices

By Lia Gladstone There are still 68,000 troops in Afghanistan, but this war was hardly discussed during the last presidential campaign. “Afghan Voices” is a multi media presentation about teaching in Afghanistan, including excerpts from the writing of Afghan students, some of the best sources of the long term political effects of the war: students [...]

The history of Huichol yarn paintings

By Susan Page Mexico’s spiritual and artistic Huichol people live in such a remote region of the Sierra Madre mountains that neither the Spanish conquerors nor the Franciscans ever found them. Some 20,000 of them still live there and continue to preserve valued religious stories and symbols through their extraordinary embroidery, yarn paintings, and beadwork. [...]

El Beso, una muestra de arte en Galería Florencia Riestra

Por Alfonso Bullé Goyri “El Beso” es una exposición donde el pintor Joe Vega y el escultor Mr. Mosca (Rodolfo Calva) se plantean un tema de intenso carácter sensual. A partir de una apreciación amatoria con una alta dosis de erotismo construyen un audaz juego crítico donde la fisiología del beso se revela como el [...]

One Hundred and One Kids in the Art

By Hannah Jarmain For the love of children…The Children’s Art Foundation of San Miguel de Allende (CAF) was conceived for the purpose of enriching the lives of children though art. Art 101 Kids in the Art/Ciento y Un Niños en el Arte) Thu, Apr 4, 6pm Old City Hall building Plaza Principal 7 In front [...]

Windows of the soul

By Robin Loving Rowland Sylvia Brenner, a US photojournalist and collage artist, tried to photograph a store window display and accidentally created a photo collage, leading to her latest artistic expression, “Windows of the Soul.” Art “Windows of the Soul” By Sylvia Brenner Tue, Apr 2, 8:30am-4:30pm Café Muro Loreto 10B 152-6341 “What began as [...]

Sin Fronteras

By Derick Nicholas Two friends for over 50 years, Harriet Ballard and Rosie Moore, have joined nine other local artists in an exhibition managed by Rene Parra at the Pergola Gallery at the Instituto Allende. Moore and Ballard met each other in Blue Hill, Maine, after graduating from college (Wellesley for Moore. Chatham University for [...]

Painter Sarah Zambiasi debuts at Galería Vermillion

By Henry Vermillion “Dreams and Divinities” is the name of a recently published art book, but it would be an excellent title for the paintings of the fine Melbourne-born, San Miguel-based artist Sarah Zambiasi. Her new work will be featured at Galería Vermillion on Saturday, March 30, at a cocktail reception from 6 to 8 [...]

“Chaim Soutine: Le Peintre Maudit” expressionism and the fever of distortion

By Béa Aaronson After a brief introduction on the existential dimension of Expressionism, I shall unravel for you the heart-wrenching story of Chaim Soutine, “The Cursed Painter” of 20th century Art History. It is a story bathed in blood red! Lecture “Chaim Soutine: Le Peintre Maudit” Expressionism and the fever of distortion Wed, Apr 3, [...]

San Miguel Symphony

By Antonio Cabrero San Miguel Symphony will have its first season 2013-2014, the orchestra is a world-class ensemble formed with the principals and concertmasters of four major Philharmonic Orchestras in Mexico. Concert With the San Miguel Symphony Sat, Apr 6, TIME Iglesia de San Francisco 250/150 pesos These outstanding maestros come from Russia, Hungary, Poland, [...]

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