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  1. Good Morning! My partner and I are new to the area - We came from New York and rented a little spot in near Ajijic. We are still getting our feet wet here with the vibe and various happenings! We are both artists -- I'm an illustrator, mainly for Children's Literature and he is a songwriter/musician/producer. We actually wanted to get involved with the creative community here (that I know you have board for!), but we had two questions: - My partner is looking to give lessons in piano and/or songwriting (any style; he's got a huge background in rock and jazz) and wanted to know the best way to go about it or where there would be interest? -We are also looking to get an actual piano at some point (we couldn't bring ours down) - so any thoughts on where we can look? Anyway, really glad to be here and looking forward to speaking with you all!
  2. The 9th Annual ASA Studio Art Walk is being held on Saturday & Sunday February 22 & 23, 2020. This year we have almost 100 talented local artists showing their work at over 30 locations around Ajijic. You'll find a huge selection of art including mixed media, oils, acrylics, photography, sculpture, jewelry, handicrafts... and so much more. Put on by the Ajijic Society of the Arts (ASA), some of the proceeds from the event help support the LCS Children's Art Program. You can buy your admission booklet (admits one) for only $50 pesos at Diane Pearl, Superlake, LCS, the Ken Gosh Gallery (Guadalupe Victoria #30), and Art Connection (Centro Laguna). The admission booklet has a directory of the artists with a sample of their work, a listing of where each is showing, and maps to all the locations. Please join us this year, and support the Children's Art Program. Bring your visitors, friends, and neighbours... there's something for everyone! For more information, visit our website at ASAartWalk.com.
  3. Check out the Chapala.com classifieds for high quality furniture, artwork and other treasures for less than replacement value. Have been renting unfurnished and now moving to furnished, so everything for sale at less than replacement value.
  4. Karen Spencer, Adriana Perez Cadena and Robert Burns Wilson All welcome to the reception from 3 until 6pm on Friday 9th Feb, Show continues until 10th March, 2018 Regards Lorraine Farrow
  5. All welcome to this mega art show - 2 wall artists and 6 ceramic artists. 3-6pm Friday 15th December
  6. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ehécatl An original puppet theatre production based on an Aztec legend. Ajijic, Jalisco – April, 2017 – Ehécatl An original puppet theatre production based on an Aztec legend comes to Ajijic, Mexico in April, 2017. Come enjoy the exclusive, world premiere of a most eclectic and creative production. Art Xik Xik and the Teatro CoyolliIzel present Ehécatl, an original puppet theatre production based on an Aztec legend on Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in a lovely, private chapel in upper Ajijic, Mexico. The presentation is a fundraiser for Butterflies en Mexico (BEM), A.C. BEM is a local, not-for-profit charity that empowers youth to make healthy life choices. www.gomariposa.org. BEM does this in 3 ways through its programs: anti-violence education in the Chapala public schools, community development in our neighborhoods and through vocational training projects that assist local youth in obtaining cost of living wages and employment. On April 22nd, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. our lovely residential chapel will be transformed into a formal puppet theatre. Our afternoon starts at 5 p.m. with valet parking, wine bar and catered appetizers. At 6 p.m. our exclusive group of guests will take their seats to experience the world premiere presentation of Ehécatl. In the Aztec legend of the god of wind, Ehécatl appears on the breath of all living beings and in the breezes that bring the rain clouds for the crops. His breath initiates the movement of the sun, announces and moves the rain and brings life to that which is still. Based on an Aztec legend, using original, pre-hispanic style puppets, Ehécatl the god of wind, falls in love with a human named Mayáhuel. Mayáhuel was human at a time when people still could not love one another. Ehécatl gave all humanity the ability to love so that Mayáhuel could respond to the passion of the gods and reciprocate his love. Book by Izel Paz Villegas, Fabiola Paz Villegas and Fco. Nava. © 2017. Direction by Abril Iñiguez. This evening of magic and culture should not be missed! Please join us on Saturday April 22nd, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at a private residence in upper Ajijic, Mexico for the world premiere of Ehécatl. Admission is $500 pesos per person. (Includes valet parking, music, catered appetizers, one complimentary drink ticket and the theatre production) Tickets on sale at Dianne Pearl Colecciones. Only 50 tixs available. We hope to see you there!
  7. Mexicoelective 2017 Jaime Barbiery will host the work of local artists at Parroquia 9 at the corner of Marcos Castellanos, across from San Andres Church and San Andreas School, this Saturday March 25, 11-3pm. Patrons will see Jaime Barbiery's photography on shower curtains, t-shirts & acrilics. Shannon Kilkenny- decorative color designer Victor Alcazar- whimsical paintings & multimedia Heber Barajas- hand crafted artisan jeweler & handbags Axuni Soto- multimedia artist Cesar Alfonso Gonzalez- Bonsai Rafael Pineda- clay artist Maria Elena Mendoza- embroidered clothing
  8. The Lake Chapala Painting Guild Invites you to attend our upcoming show “Mexico Magic” Opening Reception Friday, March 17th from 6 to 8 PM Chapala Cultural Center, Antigua Presidencia Artists will be exhibiting a selection of their recent works that will be for sale. www.lakechapalapaintingguild.com and like our page on Facebook!
  9. Watercolor workshop with Renown Mexican Artist Luis Eduardo Gonzales M. March 6, 7, & 8, 2017 Price $2500 pesos ($1000 due February 25th) as prepayment and confirmation of attendance) Includes snacks and lunch each day Time 11-2, break and then 3-7pm each day Contact Casa Michin – Miguel Nunez 333 952 2079 or email casamichin@gmail.com Studio is located on Los Angeles #63, Colonia Riberas del Pilar, Chapala, Jalisco clase de acuarela guiada con el maestro Luis Eduardo Gonzales M.Comienza el dia Lunes 6 de Marzo de 11-2 por la mañana y lo retomamos el mismo dia de 3-7 en el Taller de Casa Michin.Costo: $2,500 (por persona)-cupo limitado -en caso de no juntarse el grupo necesario el curso sera cancelado- se tiene que apartar lugar depositando la mitad-incluye alimentos durante el curso-incluye material-pagina del Maestro invitado:http://www.fomentar.com/Jalisco/Enciclopedia/data/0383.html-contacto:migunf@gmail.com o casamichin@gmail.com
  10. Going to the coast; Barra, Malaque or La Manzanilla for the winter? Why not take a bit of a scenic tour and check out the art on display and for sale by the Lake Chapala Painting Guild. We are displaying our work at Chantli Mare Inn by the Sea from December 2016 to March 2017. The b & b and restaurant changes their gallery space regularly for different venues. Come see how our watercolours, oil and acrylic canvases look on their walls. They may just find their way into your space. chantlimare.com Contact: 333 105 8863 lakechapalapaintingguild.org facebook: @lakechapalapaintingguild
  11. The first show of the season at Sol Mexicano Features the work of Marco Ojeda - Next Friday 18th November from 5pm. ALL WELCOME Caminando Juntos (Walking together) is the name of the next exhibition at Galeria Sol Mexicano. The show will open with a special reception on Friday 18th November from 5pm. This (2 week only) show will feature the photographs of Marco Ojeda, who is currently showing at the TSOHO gallery in Guadalajara. In his own words; I have the privilege to work with dogs and their people since the year 1999, this exhibit is a documentary of the dogs I meet, work and share moments with, and of others I encounter where I go; and the wisdom they have passed on to me to share with you. Dogs have personally helped me in many ways. This work not only shows how incredible and beautiful dogs are, it gives us a chance to look inside ourselves, invites us to reflection and to make an introspection ... to respect ourselves and all the beings with whom we share this world.
  12. La Peña de Santos Rico Presenta: Prometí siempre “DESEaRTE” No amarte. David Mendoza art exhibit. Come and join us in this big celebration. Welcome cocktail and botanas. (snacks) Margaritas, Botanas, friends and arto arte.(Lots of art) Opening Reception 4:30 pm to 10:00pm Saturday, November 12th 2016 Ends on 2 of december 2016
  13. A permanent Open-Air Gallery has just been completed at Yves' Restaurant (west Ajijic), showcasing the ongoing works of local artists Emily Allen and Kim Tolleson. The large-scale colorful paintings feature bold, vivid colors depicting abstract florals and fantasy burros. This is a beautiful setting for dining and art viewing...a "must-do" experience!
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