Archive for: February, 2014

Quince Camaleones: it’s their art…not their number

Brigid Quinn The artists represented in this exhibit are listed below and help to define the collective name, Quince Camaleones, given to them by one of their own. These 18 artists will be exhibiting their work in the restaurant and gallery at Café Muro throughout the month of March. The opening of the exhibit is [...]

The other realities of Kathleen Cammarata

By Guillermina Fonseca “Other Realities” is an exhibition of monotypes and drawings that address the mystery of ordinary things. Strange flora and fauna exist in the micro- and macro-world as well as in this group of works. Art opening/Inauguración de arte “Otras Realidades” Thu/Jue, Mar 6, 7pm Bellas Artes Hernández Macías 75 These images are [...]

Artista de San Miguel de Allende expone en la Bienal Internacional de Florencia 2013

Por Lilia Favela Maruja González, pintora y escritora de san Miguel expuso cuatro de sus obras en la pasada Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo de Florencia. La Muestra tuvo lugar del 30 de noviembre al 8 de diciembre del 2013 y es la IX edición de este evento, ahora con el título: ETICA: DNA dell’ [...]

Legalize Democracy

By Jim Carey On Monday, March 3, at 1:15pm in the Quinta Loreto Hotel TV room, Loreto 15, Occupy San Miguel presents a film and discussion: Legalize Democracy. Film Occupy San Miguel presents: Legalize Democracy Mon, Mar 3, 1:15pm Quinta Loreto Hotel TV room Loreto 15   In the 2010 US election, a group of [...]

Pablo’s pets: Picasso’s life and work through the eyes of his animals

By Stephen Eaker Picasso’s life was blessed with the presence of many animals. Birds, bulls, horses, mice, cats, dogs, monkeys, toads, goats and even snails found their place in the life and work of the Spanish genius. Picasso had five obsessive passions, in the following order: his art, his ego, his image, his women, and [...]

Where has all the water gone?

By Jane McGinnis St. Paul’s Church, on Cardo 6, is presenting a series of talks on the four Tuesdays in March at 11am to noon in the Parish Hall on The Water Crisis in San Miguel de Allende. Lecture Challenges and the commitment needed to work out the water crisis By Arturo Morales Tue, Mar [...]

Chamber Music Festival announces 2014 season

By Lorena Campillo After the announcement of a one-year hiatus for the International Chamber Music Festival, San Miguel’s music lovers responded with an outpouring of support. As a result of this assistance and concern, Board President Dirk Bakker is very pleased to announce that the venerated Festival will continue uninterrupted into its 36th season in [...]

March is “Opera San Miguel month”

By Shari Alexander More than a year’s preparation comes to fruition in March as Opera San Miguel presents its major events for 2014. The company, known for its nationally celebrated contest, Concurso San Miguel, is expanding its program this year to include two more exciting public offerings begin which next week. Lecture “Two Tenors Talk,” [...]

Catalyst String Quartet debuts in San Miguel

By Michael Pearl Hailed by The New York Times at their Carnegie Hall debut as “invariably energetic and finely burnished…playing with earthy vigor,”  the Catalyst Quartet comprises top laureates and alumni of the internationally acclaimed Sphinx Competition for young Black and Latino string players. Pro Musica Concert Series Catalyst Quartet Sat, Mar 8 & Sun, [...]

Wild women do get the blues

By D.K. Ross International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide on March 8 to foster political and social awareness of the struggles of women everywhere. This celebration was first observed in 1903 in Chicago, which paralleled the emergence of women blues artists. Concierto Wild Women Do Get the Blues: A musical history of women and the [...]

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