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Archive for: July, 2015

La metamorfosis de Morgana

Por Jesús Aguado Morgana siempre fue una cantante de ópera, sin embargo tuvo que cruzar el mundo para seguir su sueño y convertirse en una mujer plena. Made in Bangkok es el documental que cuenta la historia de Saúl, quien regresó a San Miguel de Allende ahora como Morgana para presentar el documental en el [...]

Diseño con sabor mexicano

Por Jade Arroyo, fotos por Al Rabi y Ángel Miquel El Bazar de Diseño Alternativo se llevó a cabo en su novena edición la semana pasada en San Miguel. Más de 70 marcas independientes mostraron lo mejor del diseño emergente en una variedad de productos como moda, calzado, mobiliario, iluminación, tejido, joyería, arte objeto, fotografía, [...]

The Maker, the Magician, and the Muse

By Sheridan Sansegundo The Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery is happy to announce an inspired exhibition featuring New York artists Kristin Bowler and Spencer Tunick, along with the gallery’s home artist, Anado McLauchlin. “The Maker, the Magician, and the Muse” opens on Saturday, August 1, at 1pm. The Gallery is located five kilometers from San [...]

Art in Centro—An Eye for the Best

By Mike Litchfield Anew annual summer show is about to hit the art scene here in San Miguel. On August 7, 8, and 9, “Art in Centro” will be held on the north side of the Jardín, in the SMA Tourist Office patio and gallery. Art Art in Centro Fri, Aug 7 – Sun, Aug [...]

Rodrigo de la Sierra in Querétaro

By Margaret Failoni Rodrigo de la Sierra has pulled off the seemingly impossible task in art of producing work which at first glance appears to be joyfully childish and of immediate appeal, but which upon more scrutinizing examination delivers a conceptual realization of man’s weaknesses and foibles, but always with gentleness. The bronzes are purposely [...]

Paris-based Artists Open Their First Mexican Show at YAM Gallery

By Marie Moébius YAM Gallery opens two new exhibitions at once on Friday, August 7. For this Mexican venue, the Paris-based couple of Constanza Piaggio and Romain Sein will be present at the opening. “Mental Meteorites” by Constanza Piaggio “Agôn” by Romain Sein Fri, Aug 7, 7pm YAM Gallery Ancha de San Antonio 20 Inside [...]

The Economics of Happiness

By Jim Carey Economic globalization has led to a massive expansion in the scale and power of transnational corporations as well as global banks too big to jail. It has also worsened nearly every problem we face: fundamentalism, racism and ethnic conflict, mass migrations, climate chaos and species extinction, financial instability and unemployment, continuing wars, [...]

High Drama in Detroit: Diego and Frida

By Hope Palmer Detroit in 1932 marked an important milestone in the careers of both Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Diego ventured into uncharted territory with daringly new subject matter, and Frida Kahlo’s fledgling career took off. Although every facet of these two painters’ lives has seemingly been examined, the significance of that single year [...]

End of Life Preparedness Series: Death Is Inevitable

By William O. Gregg We all know that death is inevitable. That does not mean we have prepared ourselves for this singular event at the end our life as we now know it. In the fifth session of St. Paul’s “End of Life Preparedness” series, I will engage participants in a presentation and conversation about [...]

Writers’ Conference Reveals 2016 Keynote Speakers

By Susan Page Another epic week is being planned for the 11th annual San Miguel Writers’ Conference and Literary Festival, February 10 to 14, 2016. Today for the first time, the conference is excited to announce the distinguished writers who will present keynote addresses from the conference podium and to open registration for the conference. [...]

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