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Festival of Creators of Fonca

This Thursday, at the Historical Gallery of the Los Pinos Cultural Complex, a conference will be held to inform about the Festival of Creators of Fonca. It will be attended by Adriana Konzevik, executive secretary of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (Fonca); Homero Fernández, executive director of the Los Pinos Cultural Complex; members of the rock group Santa Sabina; the museologist Jeanette Betancourt and Laura Janka, tutor of the Young Creators Architecture discipline 2018-2019.

Nina and Paul at the Orientation Theater

Nina and Paul, the story of a boy and a girl who climbed a tower very, very high, to see the sky together, speak without words and look at each other with colored eyes, will be presented this Thursday at the Orientation Theater of the Cultural Center Forest. Thilo Reffert is the author of this work, which will be directed by Marcela Castillo.

National Dance Encounter

The National Dance Encounter will begin this Thursday at the Bicentennial Mexican Cultural Center. Dance pieces from all over the country, Japan and Canada will be presented, concludes until November 19.

Expo National Fair of Arts and Crafts of the Book

For the fifth consecutive year, the Library of Mexico will open its doors to the National Fair of Arts and Crafts of the Book, in which book professionals, bookbinders, typographers, printers, calligraphers, processors and paper decorators will give workshops, conferences, events artistic and will offer their articles; There will also be a tribute to the recently deceased visual artist Yani Pecanins (1957-2019) with an exhibition of books.

Gabriel Pacheco illustrates Puss in Boots

The Mexican Gabriel Pacheco (1973) will present the book The Puss in Boots, by Charles Perrault (1628-1703), illustrated by him, at the Rosario Castellanos Bookstore of the Fondo de Cultura Económica (FCE), where he will be accompanied by Raúl Pérez Buendía, better known as Raulito storytelling. Pacheco is one of the artists with the most awards and international awards. His works are translated and published in Mexico, Spain, France and Italy, where he lives for some years and runs the Sármede, the oldest school of illustration.

Promoting reading from an early age

In the National Center of the Arts (Cenart) the panel of experts "Read to be well" will be held, which will talk about the importance of promoting early reading from the pediatric sector. The organizers are the Coordination of Historical and Cultural Memory of Mexico and the Communication Council.

Photo Mexico Network in Los Pinos

This afternoon, the exhibition Photo Red Mexico Award will be inaugurated at the Los Pinos Cultural Center. For this first edition, three projects of the PhotoMéxico Network call have been selected, carried out by authors from the states of Michoacán, Yucatán and Mexico, which in addition to the quality of their conceptual and formal proposals, stand out for exploring the implications of being a woman before The current Mexican reality.

Walk through Limbo

The Institute of People with Disabilities organizes the photographic exhibition Paseo por el Limbo, A look at the world of people with psychosocial disabilities, which will be inaugurated this Thursday at the Museo Archivo de la Fotografía.

Exhibition The revolutionaries

This afternoon, at the National Museum of the Revolution, the exhibition The Revolutionaries will be inaugurated. Tierra de Sombra, in which 53 plastic artists from three generations take part: teachers, artists in process and recent graduates, who turn their plastic gaze towards those who gave life to the armed uprising.

Straight in University City

The Straight staging by Guillaume Poix, translated by Manuel Ulloa Colonia and directed by Mariana Gándara, will be presented tonight at the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Forum of the University Cultural Center. This work shows the social conventions with which we conduct ourselves today, forgetting that the essentials are feelings. It is a love story with touches of humor.

Book presentation by Juan Rafael Coronel

The poet, photographer, narrator, essayist, critic and art historian, curator, ethnologist and editor Juan Rafael Coronel will present the book The Plague. A visual analysis around tourism, in Patricia Conde Gallery, where she will be accompanied by Patricia Conde, pioneer as a gallery owner in the field of photography and promoter of Mexican art; and the writer José Antonio Rodríguez.

Rescue of Lake Cuitzeo

Tonight the ITSÏ exhibition will be inaugurated: an alert call. It is a comprehensive project for the rescue of Lake Cuitzeo through various actions. In this first stage, in the Palace of Culture Citibanamex-Iturbide Palace, models of monumental sculptures, made by leading artists, will be exhibited, which are considered to be made on and around the shore of the lake.

Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the National Auditorium

The Los Angeles Philharmonic, directed by Venezuelan Gustavo Dudamel, will celebrate its centenary and commemorate 50 years of brotherhood between Mexico and Los Angeles with a special concert with John Williams' most famous scores for the cinema, as well as works by Aldemaro Romero , Paul Desenne and Pablo Moncayo. The appointment is in the National Auditorium.

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