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Galería Atotonilco Presents Internationally Acclaimed Ceramic Artist Gustavo Pérez
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Galería Atotonilco Presents Internationally Acclaimed Ceramic Artist Gustavo Pérez

By Susan Page Art OpeningGalería AtotonilcoFeaturing Gustavo PérezMexico’s Leading Ceramic ArtistSat and Sun, Feb 22 and 23, noon-5pmDirections to the gallery on our website.185 2225www.galeriaatotonilco.com If Mexico designated “National Living Treasures,” as Japan does, Gustavo Pérez would surely be at the top of the list. He stands alone as the only Mexican ceramic artist who...

A Fourth Transformation: Is Mexico Ready for Social Justice?
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A Fourth Transformation: Is Mexico Ready for Social Justice?

Center for Global Justice presentsTalk“A Fourth Transformation: Is Mexico Ready for Social Justice?”By Hector UlloaTue, Feb 25, 11amTeatro Santa Ana70 pesos FilmWhere Can We Live In Peace?Wed, Feb 26, 11amTeatro Santa Ana70 pesos FilmAmerican FactoryThu, Feb 27, 11amTeatro Santa Ana70 pesos By Cliff DuRand Hector Ulloa returns to San Miguel de Allende to address the...

Jazz in Time III, The years 1968–1986
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Jazz in Time III, The years 1968–1986

By Pablo Alejandro Malagón Gallegos ConcertJazz in Time IIIBy Andrew Peruzzini Jazz MastersSat, Feb 22, 7:30pmPaprika RestauranteAncha de San Antonio 9A, Centro200 pesosInfo:415 152 4373 As we all know, behind every great piece of art there’s always a great story. By learning those stories we expand our imagination and travel to places we couldn’t otherwise...

San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed: History of Street Names, Unique Sites, and Zoo
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San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed: History of Street Names, Unique Sites, and Zoo

By Kathleen Bennett LectureSan Miguel’s Secrets RevealedHistory of San Miguel’s Street Names, Most Unique Sites, ZooTue, Feb 18, 3–4pmSala QuetzalLa Biblioteca, Reloj 50A200 pesosProceeds benefit San Miguel’s library Oral histories of San Miguel de Allende’s early colonial families were presented on February 4 in the public library’s Sala Quetzal as part of “San Miguel’s Secrets...

Reel Docs Opens 2020 Season with Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins
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Reel Docs Opens 2020 Season with Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins

By Kate Frank Cohen Documentary film series Reel Docs opens its 2020 season with Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins. This highly praised movie debuted at Sundance Film Festival 2019 and is as sharp, funny, and irreverent as its subject, media firebrand Molly Ivins (1944–2007). Raise Hell documents the life and work...

Center for Global Justice
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Center for Global Justice

Center for Global Justice presentsFilmThe Economics of HappinessTue, Feb 18, 11amTeatro Santa Ana70 pesosFilmIn TransitionWed, Feb 19, 11amTeatro Santa Ana70 pesosPanel“Localism and Democracy”With Cliff DuRand, Peter Weisberg, and Gregory DiamantThu, Feb 20, 11amSala Quetzal70 pesos By Cliff DuRand The Economics of Happiness provides both inspiration and practical solutions. Arguing that economic localization is a strategic...

Welcome a Singular Approach to Contemporary Dance!
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Welcome a Singular Approach to Contemporary Dance!

By Rocío Hernández Dance Contemporary“DO”Sun, Feb 23, 7pmTeatro Ángela PeraltaMesones 82, Centro200 and 150 pesosFree for children under 16 After having presented her choreography Los Cuatro Elementos at the Santa Ana Theater some years ago, Natalia Sirdey enters a new decade with a new show in collaboration with Orialys Hernández. Both dancers are graduates of...

“Nocturnal Reflections”
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“Nocturnal Reflections”

Photography Exhibit “Nocturnal Reflections” Tue, Feb 18, 5:30pm La Casa de la Noche Órganos 19, Centro “Nocturnal Reflections” By Judit Kenyeres Come, Come closer Peer into her looking glass Allow your gaze to rest upon Her splendid offerings of this night Slip your weary limbs Under her silken sheets Fold your feverish parts and snuggle...

Bull Shooter
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Bull Shooter

Photography ExhibitWork by Jason Cloud MorganFri, Feb 14, 5–8pmInstituto AllendeAncha de San Antonio 22, CentroPhotography ExhibitWork by Jason Cloud MorganFri, Feb 14, 5–8pmInstituto AllendeAncha de San Antonio 22, Centro By Lou Christine Jason Cloud Morgan, whose everyday moniker is“Morgan,” is one of the world’s foremost photographers of fighting bulls andsteel-nerved matadors. The dedication and essential...

Magenta Gallery Showcases Talented Deaf Kids
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Magenta Gallery Showcases Talented Deaf Kids

Art OpeningMagentaGallery Cocktail Reception Thu, Feb 20, 5–7pmMagenta GalleryZacateros 26, CentroFree By Sharon Doherty The older students of Escuela de Educación Especial de San Miguel de Allende (EEESMA)have been invited to display their handmade crafts and artwork at MagentaGallery for a one-time exhibition on February 20. The resident artists atMagenta have offered their kind and...