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Archive for: August, 2014

Graduados de Artes Visuales

Por Sandra Ríos El pasado 22 de agosto se graduó la generación 2010- 2014 del Instituto Allende en la licenciatura de Artes Visuales. Después de la ceremonia de graduación se exhibieron los trabajos más representativos de los estudiantes. Atención entrevistó a algunos artistas pertenecientes a esta generación. Sonne de nacionalidad italiana, comentó que el Instituto [...]

Joven estudiante del Instituto Allende tendrá su primera exposición individual

Por Edgardo Kerlegand El Instituto Allende es una tradicional institución sanmiguelense, forjadora de artistas plásticos. Claudia Jiménez Chagoya, joven artista, originaria de Zacatecas, reside actualmente en San Miguel de Allende y estudia la Licenciatura en Artes Visuales en el Instituto. En septiembre presentará su primera exposición individual. Claudia ha tomado cursos de anatomía artística, diseño [...]

Vistas de San Miguel

By Jesús Ibarra Susan Dorf is a visual artist from California now living in San Miguel. She is a painter, printmaker, and writer, and carries an art journal with her wherever she goes, recording her environment through drawings, painting and writing. She has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual moments and details in [...]

Optical Illusions, Paintings and Drawings

By Jack Osbun I wasn’t born to be an artist. Although my father once told me that before I was born, he had had a dream of a hallway lined with little hands, and that ought to signify something. But I, to be best of my knowledge, never had a compulsion to make marks, never [...]

Vincent Van Gogh: The Glory of Madness

By Stephen Eaker The great impressionist painter Camille Pissarro once said of Vincent Van Gogh, “I believed he was either a genius or a madman; I never dreamed he would achieve both.” Lecture Vincent Van Gogh: The Glory of Madness Wed, Sep 3, 4:30 and 6:30pm La Ostra Roja A Casa Verde Annex San Jorge [...]

Siempre Swing Is at it Again!

By Helena Frigola Sock Hops featuring the Siempre Swing Band are adding a fun venue for dancing and listening to the music of the 1940s and ‘50s. Concert Siempre Swing Sat, Sep 6, 7:30pm El Sindicato Recreo 4 Tickets at La Tienda at La Biblioteca 120 pesos, 70 pesos students Siempre Swing is the result [...]

George Gershwin Solo Piano Concert

By Antonio Cabrero George Gershwin’s exciting music covers a wide range of aspects of music in the United States. That is precisely what makes him the most important composer of that country. Concert Tribute to George Gershwin Solo Piano Concert Sat, Aug 30, 6pm Teatro Ángela Peralta 350/250/150 pesos A professional pianist since age 15, [...]

Life Changes in an Instant

By Jim Newell Life changes fast. Life changes in the instant You sit down to dinner and life as you know it ends. These are the words written by writer Joan Didion upon the death of her husband, John Gregory Dunne in 2003. Two years later she wrote The Year of Magical Thinking, describing her [...]

Argentina: Turning Around

By Jim Carey The film Argentina: Turning Around focuses on how the social and political environment in Argentina has changed since the 2001 economic crash. Kim Scipes, a sociologist from Purdue University, says: “This film takes us into a society that is actively trying to find solutions to the neo-liberal policies advanced by the US [...]

Meditations from Tibet for Westerners

By Frank Simons   The Meditation Center presents the Tricycle Retreat Series The Healing Power of Innate Love and Wisdom: Meditations from Tibet for Westerners, Part 2 The Benefactor Moment by John Makransky. To receive love deeply and extend it impartially can help the mind relax into its most natural state—the wisdom of openness, simplicity, [...]

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