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Wed., 5-7pm ART Inauguration, The Artist’s Circle, presenting an almost not-to-be-believed cutting-edge virtual reality art exhibit. The inauguration is free. See related article, pg. 20. El Sitio, 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua

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Thurs., 5pm (bilingual) TALK Los Nawales, The Ancient Ones by Vincent Stanione. See related article, pg. 19. CIRMA. 5a calle oriente #5, La Antigua

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Sat., 7:30pm DINNER/CONCERT Homage to New Orleans, Louisiana with live jazz and blues and our chef will feature Cajun cuisine. Q50, includes main dish, dessert and beverage. Reservations, tel: 78328910. Alianza Francesa de La Antigua, 2a av. sur #25, La Antigua

There will be a delightful added dimension, a pop-up food venue (all evening and matinee performances) under the direction of restaurateur Alberto Blanco. For more details see related article, page 20. For reservations and tickets, tel: 4617-4954 or e-mail kerncollectiveantigua@gmail.com. El Sitio, 5a calle poniente #15, La Antigua

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Thurs., 6:30pm (Spanish) CONVERSATORY Arqueología Colonial by Alejandro Conde, Alberto Garín and Claudia Wolley. Q5. Museo Popol Vuh, 6a calle final, z. 10, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala City 28

Thurs., 4pm (Spanish) CONFERENCE La restauración de la iglesia de San Cristóbal Totonicapán by Rodolfo Asturias. Q30/Q15 students and tourist guides. Q15. Casa Popenoe, 6a calle oriente #16, La Antigua

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Thurs., 10am (Spanish) CONFERENCE Paisaje, Jardines y Land Art. Free, coffee break. Museo Ixchel, 6a calle final, z. 10, Guatemala City

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Fri. / Sat, Sun., 18, 19 & Fri. Sat. Sun. 24, 25, 26 (English) THEATER Bakersfield Mist, Betsy Cerezo makes her theatrical debut in this contemporary play by Stephen Sacks, also starring John Edson.

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Tues., 5:30pm (English) TALK Asociación Educando Guatemala reinforces rural inclusive education in the community of Chimaltenango by providing health and nutrition services and also teacher training programs. “Partnering with local public schools we bear in mind the realities. Our national and international donors play an important role in helping us achieve our goals through their donations. Join us to learn more and enjoy some Andean live music before the talk.” Suggested donation Q25, all which goes directly to the NGO. Info. & reservations, tel: 7832-1919. Rainbow Café, 7a av. sur #8, La Antigua

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Tues., 7:45pm CERVANTINO INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL is undoubtedly one of the most recognized artistic and cultural events in Latin America and certainly emblematic in the world. For 43 years its been a stage to present varied artistic expressions, exploring different artistic disciplines and confronting the traditional forms with the most contemporary perspectives. Alianza Francesa de Guatemala, 5a calle 10-55, z. 13, Finca La Aurora, Guatemala City

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Thurs., 6:30pm (Spanish) CONFERENCE Paisaje e identidad by Carmen L. Pettersen. Free. Museo Ixchel, 6a calle final, z. 10, Guatemala City

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Tues., 5:30pm (English) TALK Mujeres Artesanas de Paz–EducArte (MAP-ED).MAP-ED is a local nonprofit organization that works for the rights of women, children and teenagers through education and health services. It manages and develops programs including age appropriate comprehensive sexual health education, promoting the arts as a means of self-expression, promoting awareness campaigns to prevent violence against women and more. At its core MAP-ED is united by a vision of a better and more just world for all. Donation Q25, all which goes directly to the presenting NGO. Info. & reservations, tel: 7832-1919. Rainbow Café, 7a av. sur #8, La Antigua

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Tues., 8pm MUSIC In Love with France, jazz concert within the Festival Internacional de Jazz de Guatemala. Alianza Francesa de Guatemala, 5a calle 10-55, z. 13, Finca La Aurora, Guatemala City

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