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Purépecha festival brings Michoacán arts & culture to Ajijic

Fine crafts, folk art, cultural traditions and regional cuisine brought in from indigenous pueblos in the state of Michoacán will be showcased at the Fiesta Purépecha scheduled Thursday, December 12 through Sunday, December 15 at the Ajijic plaza.

Malecón exhibit to showcase fanciful hand-made dolls

When Rebecca Roth started a doll-making workshop inside the women’s section at the Puente Grande state penitentiary 11 years ago, she never imagined the dimensions the project would reach beyond the prison’s walls.

Maestros del Arte fair brings top craftsmen to our doorstep

Outstanding artisans coming from far flung corners of Mexico will showcase a cornucopia of high-quality handicrafts and folk art at the 18th annual Feria Maestros del Arte, scheduled Friday, November 8 through Sunday, November 10 at Chapala’s Club de Yates, located at the east end of Paseo Ramón Corona.

Barbie fashions put in the spotlight

“Las muñecas de Gennytzin,” a private collection of 101 Barbie dolls donning one-of-a-kind costumes, will be showcased in an exhibit opening Saturday, October 5, 5 p.m., at Chapala’s Centro Cultural Antigua Presidencia (CCAP) gallery, Avenida Madero at Hidalgo.

Ephemeral exhibit opening in Ajijic

The expression “life hangs by a thread” aptly ties into the concept of “Impermanencia,” a collection of mixed media works by Luis Felipe Chávez González that will hang for just three days at the Centro Cultural de Ajijic, opening Friday, September 20, 7 p.m.