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Ribera Arts Review - October 6, 2012

Special appeal

VIVA la Musica is on the lookout for no-longer used musical instruments that can be refurbished and passed on to young and aspiring musicians at Lakeside.


Ribera Arts Review - September 29, 2012

Soprano

Coloratura soprano Katia Iran can be heard in concert  at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church on Sunday, October 21, 4 p.m., in an event staged by My, My, How Nice Productions.

Ribera Arts Review - September 22, 2012

Hooray for VIVA!

A truly international quintet – clarinetist Xochitl Garcia and volinist Julio Serna of Mexico, cellist Laila Kannina of Latvia, violist Robert Nelson of the United States and violinist Robert Markus of Slovakia – did more than simple justice to the evening’s musical fare at the VIVA la Musica concert held last week at the Gonzalez Gallo Cultural Center in Chapala.

Ribera Arts Review - September 15, 2012

Nudes

A group of artists who have been meeting weekly in a private studio to draw and paint from life – usually the female form – will open an exhibition of their work on Thursday, September 20, 5-9 p.m. at the Art and Sol Gallery in Ajijic.

Ribera Arts Review - September 1, 2012

Art fair

Feria Maestros del Arte board members, Diana Ayala and Marianne Carlson, announced and presented the winners of the recent Feria-sponsored children’s art contest held this past month during the Saturday morning art classes at the Lake Chapala Society.

Ribera Arts Review - August 25, 2012

Calendars

Ajijic’s most popular calendars, “Our Beloved Mexico 2013,” in this 20th edition by Enrique and Belva Velazquez, are now on sale in various sites around Lakeside. The calendars, featuring reproductions of paintings by the artists and big squares to write in your most important upcoming events cost 150 pesos each. Besides using them to keep your own busy social life in order, you’ll be able to keep up with important Mexican, United States and Canadian holidays. If you don’t find them someplace else, stop at the Velazquez Gallery at 16 de Septiembre 7 in Ajijic. It’s open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.