In a world driven by the need for the newest technology, it’s comforting to meet a young man who finds his contentment in cardboard.
Travel writer and community activist Neill James created a study and art program for local children in 1954 that evolved and has flourished as the Lake Chapala Society (LCS) Children’s Art Program.
When Barbara Sackl came to Mexico 15 years ago, it was due to an invitation from an Austrian anthropologist for a trip to Chiapas — a trip that ultimately didn’t pan out.
The celebrated Trompo Magico children’s museum is hosting a concert celebrating the 10th anniversary of Guadalajara rock group Luis Delgadillo y los Keliguanes on Saturday, May 31, 4 p.m.
Slovakian violinist Robert Márkus and Mexican pianist Rosa Maria Valdez interpret works by Brahms, Carrasco, Ponce, De Falla and others.
The state-run professional troupe, the Joven Ballet de Jalisco, presents selections from ballet classics “Swan Lake,” Romeo and Juliet” and “Le Corsaire.”
RecitalsSee free Tuesday recitals in the city’s furniture museum. May 27: Cello octet directed by Lala Kanniña.
Four performances by the talented Diavolo Dance Theater from California.
The Centro Regional de Estudios Musicales (CREM) is always humming – both literally and figuratively – but this month is even more hectic than usual.
The extraordinary performance company Sonidos y Movimientos de Mexico will perform Thursday, June 19 to mark the inauguration of the new outdoor public events forum located on the eastern leg of the Chapala Malecón. The free event will start at 6:30 p.m.
On Sunday, June 29, an enthusiastic audience heard an exceptional recital given by gifted young pianist Sergio Parra, who last year received a scholarship from both Viva la Música and the Northern Lights Festival.
Guadalajara artist Armando Melendez will be the guest speaker at the Monday, June 2, 10 a.m. meeting of the Ajijic Society of the Arts (ASA).
Viva la Musica Concert
Viva la Musica presents pianist Sergio Parra Aguilera, performing pieces by Bach, Mozart, Liszt and Debussy, at the Auditorio de la Ribera in Ajijic on Sunday, June 29, 4 p.m.
“Light Sensitive,” Jim Geoghan’s play about the struggles of three New York City losers, is the next production of the Naked Stage Theater.
Concert and Art Sale
A special concert and art sale begins at the Ajijic tea house, Te Para Dos, Saturday, June 7, 7:30 p.m.
“The Long Weekend,” Canadian playwright Norm Foster’s hilarious look at love and marriage, is the next production of the Naked Stage Theater.
Art for Peace
A collective exhibition entitled Arte por La Paz (Art for Peace) opens Saturday, May 31, 8 p.m. at Estudio Galeria Metzcalli, Carretera Poniente 43, in San Juan Cosalá.
PROGRAM 1Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra (JPO) Musical Director Marco Parisotto leads the orchestra in the opening program of the summer season.
The Tonica Jazz Festival is gearing up for its ninth edition from July 3 to 13, with concerts and performances scheduled at various venues around the Guadalajara metropolitan area.
The May Festival and a California artist’s 10 years in Guadalajara are the framework for an exhibition at the Instituto Cultural Cabañas in downtown Guadalajara.