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Monte Alban's Dancers Remind Us to Let Go!

Get down this weekend. Shake it. Feel the groove and move those feet. Smile. Laugh. Let the sweat flow and let it all go! 32 more words


A Dumptruck Named Compassion

If you believe the back windows of the taxis they drive, the taxistas of Oaxaca are a very moral group. For several months now, selected yellow taxis in the city (not the orange, blue or pink, mind you) have been sporting painted one-word virtues. 903 more words

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Robert Liberace Live Painting Demonstration at Principle Gallery 5/29/2015 | News Release | Principle Gallery

Robert Liberace

Live Painting Demonstration

& Exhibition of New Works

Friday, May 29th 6-9pm

We’re excited for our second of two highly anticipated live painting… 224 more words


Doing "the Lean" in Oaxaca

Weather or time of day doesn’t matter when you’re doing “the lean.” A wall, door jamb, fence, lamp post, almost anything will do. Rest a shoulder against it and watch the world go by. 9 more words


A Oaxacan Carpenter's Smile

We were taking photos of street art when a man stepped out from his shop to greet us. Warm, friendly, with a big smile, he told us that Frida is the love of his life, and that the walls were his and he allows local artists to paint them. 81 more words



A few weeks ago I travelled to Oaxaca with a group of friends. We hadn’t really planned too much beforehand, but the only thing we knew was that we wanted to leave the city early as there was bound to be a lot of traffic (there was a public holiday coming up). 845 more words


Monte Alban is a Zapotec Sky Site

We finally went to Monte Alban. Previous trips to Oaxaca ended without us getting on the bus that goes up to the 2000 year old Zapotec site. 100 more words