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Archive for: July, 2013

Rubén Morales new work … new look

By Misty Haskett Bordello Galería will be hosting a new exhibition featuring the paintings of Morelian artist Ruben Morales. The reception will be held this Saturday, August 3, from 6 to 8pm. Art exhibit Ruben Morales, “New Work, New Look” Sat Aug 3, 6-8pm Bordello Galería Órganos19 1/2 block off Hernández Macías 152-0732 Free Morales [...]

New collection of Mata Ortiz Pottery featured at open house

By Susan Page Mata Ortiz pottery, made only in the small village of Mata Ortiz in the State of Chihuahua, is among the most finely executed pottery being made anywhere in the world today. Galería Atotonilco owner Mayer Shacter was recently able to acquire a stunning array of pieces at very reasonable prices. He will [...]

Nueva exhibición en el Hotel Real de Minas

Por Masha Vinogradova La Maestra Masha Vinogradova Pintora profesional originaria de San Petersburgo, Rusia nos presenta un magnífico trabajo de ilustración costumbrista que bien podríamos situarla en el siglo XVIII sin que llegue a tocar el Neoclasicismo, mostrando en el, muy buenas obras y un brillante trabajo. “La Ilustración significa el movimiento del hombre al [...]

Soul connections: Artwalk

By Marcia Wolff What shape waits in the seed of you to grow and spread its branches against a future sky? David Whyte In nature there are many universal symbols such as the triangle, the square, the cross, the spiral and the circle. And if you observe flowers you will find these shapes everywhere from [...]

35th Chamber Music Festival: A gift to San Miguel of 19 free performances

By Camie Sands “During the festival, which begins today and runs through Saturday, August 17, our town will have the chance to experience 28 concerts and recitals, of which 19 are free. In our 35th year, we have finally been able to do what we’ve always wanted to do – but did not have the [...]

Mask; Mystery and Metaphor

By Saddiq Indra Saddiq Indra, a temple dancer specializing in “topeng” (ancient Balinese ritual mask dance) will offer a performance/discussion, “Mask; Mystery and Metaphor,” at El Sindicato on Friday, July 26, at 8pm. Balinese mask dance and lecture Mask; Mystery and Metaphor By Saddiq Indra Fri, Jul 26, 8pm El Sindicato Recreo 4 100 pesos [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Hot new hotels Keeping up with all the new luxury properties and developments throughout Mexico could be a full-time job. Condé Nast Traveler editors have made the task a little easier, naming five Mexico properties to the 2013 Hot List, a list of worldwide favorites that have opened in [...]

Mortarboards, miracles and memories

By Mireille Rita Grovier July 7 was graduation day for the five-year-old students of Centro Infantíl San Pablo. The ceremony took place during the morning service at St. Paul’s Church. The 20 graduates entered the sanctuary festively attired in white caps and gowns trimmed in blue. The children have been under the excellent tutelage of [...]

Guadalupe Rivera Marin to appear in San Miguel

By Susan Page Diego Rivera’s daughter, Lupe Rivera, will be honored here in San Miguel at an exclusive reception, a dinner and a public lecture on August 17, 18, and 19 respectively. The three-day event, open to the public, is a benefit for the San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Frida’s Fiesta Weekend A Benefit for the [...]

Mexico’s feathered jewels–hummingbirds

By Norman Besman Photo by Ronny Kahlil “Mexico is a treasure trove of hummingbirds,” as Walter Meagher, wrote in Wild and Wonderful, a natural history of El Charco del Ingenio. Of the 65 hummingbird species listed in Howell and Webb’s authoritative A Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Northern Central America, about half are [...]

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