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  1. Hello. Perhaps some of you read an article by the title of "LCS introduces art through the lens", written by Dale Palfrey in the latest Guadalajara Reporter. I am the person in the photograph, my name is Miguel Serrano. There is not much I can add that was not stated in the article already, perhaps just share that the course is not based strictly on digital photography; in fact, it aims to focus more on artistic expression, through the instrument that we call "camera". The use of analogue processes is also in our plans. I would also like to add that we have a very special group, as most attendants are already partaking in other artistic and creative endeavors, and almost all are teenagers. I am happy to report that we've been able to secure 6 point-and-shoot cameras, for which our team is very grateful. These are the cameras that we've been using thus far, but they come with their fair share of problems. To list some, one is missing a battery, two cameras use somewhat obscure methods for storing photographs, most are very limited in functionality and two are just in very bad shape. I don't mean to come across as ungrateful or unhappy, in fact, it's quite the opposite: I'm amazed that some persons were so kind as to donate this gear to us. However, this represents a problem as there are not enough cameras for the attendees, and it's left me worried as I have felt a strong interest and desire to learn from every single person that has attended our class. I am not overstating. This is a call for help. I would like to request aid in getting more cameras. It doesn't matter if it's a beat up camera, if it is old and shoots on film, if it is an "ugly" or a "bad" camera. They are all helpful. We are more focused in the photograph than the camera, but to fulfill the goals of this course it is crucial that we have the necessary tools. You can reach me by email at serrmigue@gmail.com, my cellphone number is 449 553 0197. You can also find me at the LCS gazebo every Saturday from 10 am to 12pm, where we teach the course. Additionally, you can reach out to one of my partners, Michael Searles at mbemsea@gmail.com He has made a great effort to gather all of the cameras that we have so far. Thank you.
  2. 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
  3. All Welcome, Refreshments and Music to accompany this fabulous Art Show at Sol Mexicano
  4. 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.
  5. GECKO GALLERY Gecko Gallery Presents "Inspirations Mexicana" Jaime Barbiery, Decorative Photographer & designer, and Karen Spencer, noted photographer,will have an exhibition and sale of their photography at Gecko Gallery, with an opening reception on Saturday, April 9. from 5 to 7 PM. Jaime will be showing his decorative photographs on tiles, jigsaw puzzles, mugs, and his new venture; photos on chairs. Karen is exhibiting traditional art prints on paper, canvas, silk-like material and on aluminum. Greeting cards with her photos also available. Refreshments & Entertainment & Raffle Gecko Gallery is at 61 Ocampo in Ajijic, next door to Manix. The show will be available to April 22.
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