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Equines the stars of laudable Cabañas exhibit

For the next three months, one of central Guadalajara’s crown jewels, the Cabañas Cultural Institute, is availing the city of an exhibit which should please mightily those who appreciate the intersection of art and equine.


Entertainment Guide - September 23, 2017

Romeo & Juliet

The Ballet Jalisco, the only professional classical troupe in the state, teams up with the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra to present the renowned work by Sergei Prokofiev, based on the play by William Shakespeare.

Indigenous market facing Plaza del Sol

Dozens of artisans from the southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas join craftsmen and women from other Mexican states and a few Latin American countries at a “show and sell” market set up in a large tented arena facing Guadalajara’s Plaza del Sol.

Tapatio artist brings street art into the gallery

Calling Jesus Trinidad Villalpando the “Mexican Basquiat” could be seen as facile and lazy, but damned if an exhibition of his work sponsored by the state government and housed in the gracefully colonnaded 17th-century Ex-Convento del Carmen in downtown Guadalajara doesn’t make pointing out the parallels between the two artists irresistible.

French author wins prestigious FIL prize

French writer Emmanuel Carrère has been named as this year’s recipient of the 2017 FIL Literary Award in Romance Languages, to be presented at the Guadalajara International Book Far, November 25 to December 3.

Entertainment Guide - September 9, 2017

Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra

A curtain-raiser to its fall season offers two concerts featuring works from some of the most iconic and popular movies of the past half-century, including “2001: Spacey Odyssey” (Strauss), the 2005 version of “King Kong” (James Newton Howard), “The Lord of the Rings” (Howard Shore), “Pirates of the Caribbean” (Zimmer), “Gladiator” (Zimmer), and the “The Magnificent Seven” (Elmer Bernstein).