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Qué Pasa Con… Eva Lépiz

They say an image is worth a thousand words, and it is true.  However, behind any image there are also voices, stories and emotions.  The forms captured by ...

On 15/01/2017 / By


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    Festival Umbral

    UMBRAL is a space that unites artists from Mexico and around the world that are interested in the production of sound.  Each session is based on the premise of ...

    On 29/11/2016 / By
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    Los Autenticos Decadentes

    Argentina’s legendary Los Autenticos Decadentes are bringing their 30th anniversary tour to Oaxaca on October 26 for a night filled with ska, rock and cumbia. For their first ...

    On 23/10/2016 / By
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    Nano Concerts – Paulina y el Buscapié

    Nano Concerts is a fantastic way to hear local music: three 20 minute concerts in three separate locations. The October edition of Nano Concerts will be held on Friday, ...

    On 23/10/2016 / By


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    Art in Oaxaca – December/January

    Well, 2016 has been a year that I know many of us are thankful will soon come to an end.  Regardless of what country you come from or ...

    On 25/12/2016 / By
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    Art in Oaxaca – November

    This time of year in Oaxaca most everyone’s thoughts are wandering around the after-life; it is the season to remember and celebrate loved ones lost. Throughout the city ...

    On 01/11/2016 / By
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    Oaxaca Printmaking Fair

    The Feria Gráfica Oaxaca Printmaking Fair returns this month with a two-day exhibition and sale of local art on October 31 and November 1. Oaxaca is the capital of ...

    On 23/10/2016 / By


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    CONVIVIO: A Creative Space

    Convivio taken literally means to ‘co-exist’, but in Mexico and Central America the word is often used to refer to an informal get-together or gathering, often involving food. ...

    On 14/06/2016 / By
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    Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca

    Officially opened in 1998, the Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca (or ethnobotanic garden), was designed by Oaxacan artist Francisco Toledo as an alternative to the government’s plan to develop ...

    On 10/02/2016 / By
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    The town of Zaachila was one of the last strongholds of the Zapotec people and is named after Zaachila Yoo, the 14th/15th century Zapotec leader.   While the area ...

    On 04/02/2016 / By