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Carrington house to open to public

Covid permitting, by the end of this year art enthusiasts will be able to visit the house/studio in Mexico City’s Roma district where renowned British surrealist artist Leonora Carrington lived and worked for 65 years until her death in 2011.


Locally filmed TV series debuts in April

Apple TV + has announced that “The Mosquito Coast,” a seven-part drama series starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George filmed mostly in Jalisco, will premiere worldwide in April.

Local group to stage debut opera

Expat opera buffs starved of a fix in these culturally bereft times, should go online Saturday evening to watch – and support – a local version of “Madame Butterfly,” the first original production sponsored by the Universidad de Guadalajara’s Conjunto Santander. 

Virtual book fair is no small affair

The easiest way to access the 34th edition of Guadalajara’s International Book Fair (FIL) will be via www.fil.com.mx, where you will find links to scores of events scheduled for this year.

‘Jaliwood’ initiative takes root

As Mexico’s cost-cutting federal government slashes its endowments to cultural activities, including the film sector,  Jalisco is taking a very different approach.