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Author Brad Rockwell Introduces Dr. Alberto García
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Author Brad Rockwell Introduces Dr. Alberto García

LiteratureBook Launch and Wine ReceptionTue, Feb 25, 4:30pmSala Literaria, Bellas ArtesHernández Macías 75, CentroAuthor Reading, 5pmFree admission By Libbe Dennard Photo: Author Brad Rockwell “The Life and Times of Alberto G. García, Physician—Mexican Revolutionary—Texas Journalist—Yogi” brings to light the journey of a man born poor in Zacatecas, Mexico in 1889, and raised in Michigan, whose...

Why Opera Will Never Die
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Why Opera Will Never Die

LectureSan Miguel PEN 2020 Winter Lecture“To See Your Soul: Opera’s Transformative Power”By Cori EllisonTue, Feb 25, 6:30pmRosewood Hotel BallroomNemesio Diez 11In English and Spanishsanmiguelpen@gmail.com150 pesosPeople under 25 and Migrants Free By Signe Hammer Photos: Cori Ellison Why, when many have declared opera an outmoded art form, does it continue both to thrill so many fans...

Por qué la ópera nunca morirá
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Por qué la ópera nunca morirá

ConferenciaConferencia de invierno 2020 del PEN de San Miguel“Para ver tu alma: el poder transformativo de la ópera”Por Cori EllisonMar, Feb 25, 6:30pmSalón del hotel RosewoodNemesio Diez 11En inglés y españolsanmiguelpen@gmail.com150 pesosMenores de 25 y migrantes gratis Por Signe Hammer Fotos: Cori Ellison ¿Por qué, cuando muchos han declarado que la ópera es una forma...

Myth, Mind, and Mexico
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Myth, Mind, and Mexico

Lecture“Myth, Mind, and Mexico”Marc Taylor, MA, EdS, LPCTue, Feb 25, 4pmSt. Paul’s ChurchCardo 6 By Miguel Rangel St Paul’s Church is pleased to announce, as part of our Lenten Series, Marc Taylor speaking on “Myth, Mind, and Mexico.” A donation of 50 pesos is requested for each lecture attended. No prior reservations are necessary. Taylor...

Rachel, Poet of the Second Aliyah
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Rachel, Poet of the Second Aliyah

TalkSun, Feb 23, 1:30pmJewish Cultural and CommunityCenter of San Miguel de AllendeLas Moras 47 By Carole Stone Rachel Bluwstein (1890–1931) is rightfully considered the “founding mother” of modern Hebrew poetry by women. Between the biblical poetry of Deborah the Prophet and contemporary times, virtually no Hebrew poetry that we know of was composed by women....

Freud and Surrealism: Art Mapping the Unconscious
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Freud and Surrealism: Art Mapping the Unconscious

Lecture“Freud and Surrealism: Art Mapping the Unconscious”Tue, Feb 25, 3–5pm(2 consecutive lectures on the same topic)Béa’s StudioSan Jorge 64Colonia San Antonio300 pesos per personReservations: bea_aaronson@hotmail.comPlease arrive early. By Béa Aaronson, PhD. “I believe in the future resolution of these two states which in appearance are so contradictory, that of the dream and that of reality,...

Reel Docs Presents Moving Stories and the Healing Power of Dance
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Reel Docs Presents Moving Stories and the Healing Power of Dance

By Kate Frank Cohen Documentary film series Reel Docs continues its 2020 season with Moving Stories: Lives Transformed By Dance. This multiple award-winning film tells the story of six diverse dancers from New York City’s highly respected Battery Dance Company who, in the space of one week, teach the tools of choreography to at-risk young...

Between Realism and the Abstract
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Between Realism and the Abstract

Art Exhibit“Between Realism and the Abstract”Berlin Bar & BistroUmarán 19, CentroMar and Apr, 5-10pm By Hope Palmer. Blazing down at the viewer from the walls in Berlin Bar & Bistro are the new abstracted landscapes of Richard Trumbull. It is hard to escape the jeweled passages of color reminiscent of places where you have traveled...

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...