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Ribera Arts Review - March 27, 2015

Sunday Movie

“Pride,”  based on a true story about London-based gays and lesbians helping mineworkers on strike in Wales, is the fifth film in this year’s Sunday Afternoon at the Movies series, sponsored by the Lake Chapala Chapter of Democrats Abroad Mexico.

Showtime is 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 29 at Cinemas del Lago, Theater #1, Bugambilias Plaza, Ajijic.  Tickets are 50 pesos at the box office.  The public is welcome.  A post-movie discussion is led by Elizabeth Katz and Ralph Jennings.

Net proceeds help fund the sponsoring organization’s voter registration program for all U.S. expats living at Lakeside, regardless of political affiliation.

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Ajijic neighborhoods in full bloom thanks to facade project

 

            

Chapala artist and photography Jaime Barbiery conceived  a new public art form during the 2010 Ajijic mural contest that formed part of the bicentennial celebrations. He added the words fachada (façade) + arte = Facharte. Chapala resident Carole Stern (shown at left above) recently asked the Facharte project to create murals and street décor in her Plaza de Toros neighborhood. Ajijic artists Miguel Angel Flores and Guillermo Gonzalez Hernandez (shown at right finishing the nets) responded with these works of art for the neighbors. Contact Facharte for your own piece of public art by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Jaime at 33-3474-1192. Visit Facharte.blogspot.com to see other Facharte murals and works.