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Last Art Walk day!

Last Art Walk day!

Today, April 7 is the last Artwalk of the Season. Shop all of your favorite galleries and visit the artist´s studios. It is a unique and fun evening in Centro Historico! Artwalk Friday, April 7 Centro Historico 4 – 8 pm Free

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Meet Sergio a talented Mexican kid

Meet Sergio a talented Mexican kid

Sergio Vargas Escoruela asked for three Christmas presents: a piano, a battery and a guitar. Instead of all that, he received a keyboard and took lessons with teacher Mariana Chabukiani. Only a couple of months later he had his first piano recital – in June 2013 at a theater in Torreón. He was eight years old.

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El Sinaloense song

El Sinaloense song

Sinaloense is the song that represents Sinaloa and has been interpreted by hundreds of local and international artists. The composer is Severiano Briseño, a musician from San Luis Potosí. In 1943 Briseno arrived in Sinaloa with some friends that in the middle of a drinking session demanded him to write a corrido (popular song) to Sinaloa. This video is a

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Spring Equinox Celebration at Labradas

Spring Equinox Celebration at Labradas

More than 3,000 local and international visitors made the trek to the Las Labradas to celebrate the 2017 Spring Equinox. Dressed in white, the visitors enjoyed sun salutations, a Mayo-Yoreme dance and ancient energy rituals to welcome the change in seasons.

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Spring Equinox in Las Labradas

Spring Equinox in Las Labradas

Sinaloa’s Government  invites everyone to the Spring Equinox celebration at Las Labradas  on March, 19 and 20,  with various tourism, scientific and cultural activities taking place. On Sunday March 19, starting at 6:00 pm will be a welcome to the beach camp, astronomical observation through telescopes and sessions in a mobile telescope vehicle as well as

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Elota Carnival From Mach 10 to 12

Elota Carnival From Mach 10 to 12

From March 10 to 12, Elota Municipio expects to welcome 20,000 visitors and generate 4.3 million pesos during their Carnival. The Carnival’s theme will be “Enchanting Tales and Mysteries”. A fair, street food stalls, cultural events and a music show will be part of the festivities. The activities will start on March 10 with the crowning of

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Mexican Photographer in Sony Finals

Mexican Photographer in Sony Finals

The shortlisted (top 10) for all categories in the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards, the world’s largest photography competition were announced February 28, 2017. Photographers entered 227,596 images across the awards’ Professional, Open and Youth competitions – shining a spotlight on the medium of photography and the beauty of its art. Rewarding the best body of

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Art’s Garden

Art’s Garden

Last Saturday, Mayor Fernando Pucheta led the opening of Art’s Garden, which would be a space to promote local art in the Plazuela de la Republica ( Infront of Cathedral) with an exhibition of paintings and sculpture. “This is the heart of Mazatlan and I’m interested in improving it every day. Today we started with 10

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Brenster Productions New Music Video with Mazatlan as scenery

Brenster Productions New Music Video with Mazatlan as scenery

Brenster Productions is proud to announce the world premier release of Brenster’s new music video ” RUNNIN’ ON FUMES ” This song was written and performed by Brent McAthey (Brenster) The  video was shot in and around Mazatlan, Mexico in support of the songs released on Canadian country radio stations. The Locations of the video are: Isla de Piedra

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“AC/DC” concert postponed to Jan 28

“AC/DC” concert postponed to Jan 28

Local resident Ray Wright is bringing a tribute to AC/DC band to Mazatlan for a 6 hour extravaganza on January 28 at the Mazatlan International Convention Center. Tickets can be purchased at the International Convention Center, or CLICK HERE to purchase on line.      

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Highest valued Latinamerican art auction

Highest valued Latinamerican art auction

Christie’s the famed auction house has announced that Diego Rivera and Rufino Tamayo paintings will be auctioned on November 22 and 23 and this could possibly be the most highly valued Latinamerican art sale in history. Christie’s remarked that Tamayo’s painting titled “Sandias” (watermelons) will be auctioned for an estimated $1.2 to $1.8 million. “Nina con vestido

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Carnaval 2017 is here..

Carnaval 2017 is here..

Hundreds of eager revelers got a  taste of what’s to come at Carnaval 2017 last night at the Angela Peralta Theatre and pouring into Plazula Machado hours later! The 2-hour show included a fabulous contemporary dance performance elaborating on the  2017 Carnaval theme: Alebrijes and Dragons!! Alebrijes are imaginary creatures that have elements from different

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Sinaloa’s talent in Japan

Sinaloa’s talent in Japan

The Mexican tenor Carlos Osuna accompanied by  the pianist Rafael Guerra,  gave a recital at the Embassy of Mexico in Japan, attended by diplomatic and cultural representatives on October, 28. Carlos Osuna was born and raised in Mazatlan, where he started in opera, and then continued his studies at the Cardiff International Academy of Voice.

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Mazatlán Film & Theater November Calendar

Mazatlán Film & Theater November Calendar

Special Event Tuesday, November 1 We join Cultura Mazatlán and the city in celebrating Día de los Muertos, (Day of the Dead.) Please come by and pay your respects at our altar and admire our catrinas during the unique parade called the callejonada as it travels down our street. MOVIES Mondays & Thursdays 2:00, 4:30,

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Artwalk: Call for Artists

Artwalk: Call for Artists

            Mazatlan’s Artwalk showcases the talents of artists living and working in Mazatlan’s Centro. Included are artists, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, fine art jewelers, ceramics and other media approved by the committee. For further information and applications please visit http://www.culturamazatlan.com/artwalk/ This year Art walk will run November thru April, from 4pm to 8pm,

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