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Archive for: September, 2014

Vistas de San Miguel

By Susan Dorf Vistas de San Miguel is a graphic reportage of scenes and events in San Miguel de Allende by Susan Dorf, a local San Miguel artist who has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual moments and details in everyday scenes. They are drawn directly from life with ink pen and painted [...]

Photographic Tertullian XVI: Deborah Turbeville

By Flor Acosta “A woman must have a room of her own if she is to write fiction.” Virginia Wolf In how many rooms is Deborah Turbeville’s eye still living? Someplace in New York, Versailles, Saint Petersburg, Guatemala, or perhaps San Miguel de Allende? Photographic Tertulia XVI/ Tertulia Fotográfica XVI Tue, Sep 30, 6pm Centro [...]

Just Doing It

By Frank Simons The Meditation Center presents the Tricycle Retreat Series Brad Warner: How to Begin a Daily Practice, part 4, Just Doing It. Great meditation teachers say that the most essential part of practice is to do it every single day. Most of us find that to be very difficult. There’s no secret: you [...]

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 [...]

IREE recibe donativo de aparatos auditivos

Por Sandra Ríos IREE (Instituto de Rehabilitación y Enseñanza Especial A.C.) fue fundada en 1992, por Cecilia Escobar, Lourdes Jiménez y María Luna Jiménez como una necesidad para atender a niños especiales cuando el Centro de Crecimiento cerró sus puertas para alumnos de educación especial. Durante 22 años se ha enfocado en la educación primaria [...]

Nuevo mural en La Biblioteca

Por Sandra Ríos En un muro interior de La Biblioteca se está realizando un mural a cargo de los alumnos del taller Arte Urbano, iniciado el mes pasado, a cargo del maestro Francisco Vega, quién también tiene a cargo la supervisión del mural. Durante el taller, los jóvenes aprendieron a desarrollar bocetos, utilizar esténcil, aerosol  [...]

Cena a Beneficio de la Cruz Roja

Por Sandra Ríos El sábado 6 de septiembre, el Hotel Matilda ofreció una cena de gala para la Cruz Roja en conjunto con Global Party, institución internacional que trabaja con hoteles y restaurantes de primera calidad y que apoya a la comunidad con obras de beneficencia. Leticia Fernández, presidenta de la Cruz Roja de San [...]

México to Mónaco

By Rene Edy San Miguel is a treasure trove of artists, among them the up-and-coming Andrew Osta, a native of the Ukraine who was raised in Canada. Art “México to Mónaco” By Andrew Osta Sat, Sep 13, 6-8pm Bordello Gallery Órganos 19 Half a block from Hernández Macías Osta, the flavor of whose work is [...]

Design, Décor and Art: A Global Visual Tour

By Martin Rosenberg Since the late 1800s fine art posters around the world have communicated to viewers beauty and message. Coldwell Banker 360 Solutions, www.cbsanmiguel.com is hosting a unique exhibition and reception of poster design masters and famous artists from around the globe on Thursday, September 17, from 4 to 7pm at Zacateros 81A. Art [...]

Painted Messages: Mixed Media Work by Linda Laino

By David Shea Artist Linda Laino gathers the ideas for her artwork as a miner digs ore, slowly and carefully, digging under the imagined layers of her life with a subtle patience and untamed creative understanding that leaves one in awe. A native of the US, she lived most of her years in Richmond, Virginia, [...]

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