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WAO Gallery & Cultural Center will present the exhibition “The Garden of Wishes” by plastic artist Ónice Mejía

WAO Gallery & Cultural Center located in Altos de Chavón will open the exhibition “The Garden of Wishes” by the artist Ónice Mejía. On this occasion, Ónice presents us with a series of paintings in mixed media, sculptures, and installations. Her inspiration is the nature in the artist inhabits, where the seed is the presentation […]

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The Mirador Cultural Center will present “Desenfado/Memoria”, an individual exhibition by the painter Argenis Lebrón

The Mirador Santo Domingo Cultural Center, as part of its artistic Christmas program and closure of its cultural activities corresponding to the celebration of the tenth anniversary of its foundation, will inaugurate on November 23 at seven at night, the suggestive individual exhibition ” Casual/memory”, by the renowned Chavonero artist Argenis Lebrón; Widely known in […]

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Top to Bottom! The stunning Abraham Lincoln School art exhibit at The Gallery in Altos de Chavón!

This past Friday, I had the pleasure of visiting the Abraham Lincoln School end of the year art exhibit here in The Gallery in Altos de Chavón. As an ALS graduate, I’m very proud to see how to talented the students are. I was constantly impressed by every piece exhibited, even by the youngest of artists. Parents, […]

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The Altos de Chavón Cultural Center Foundation invites you to the exhibition “Tolerancia’’

The Altos de Chavón Cultural Center Foundation announces the opening of the exhibition ‘”Tolerance ” on Tuesday, November 28th starting at 6:30 pm. This exhibition is a compilation of 50 designers and photographers from different parts of the world and special guest Santiago (Chago) García, Dominican artist and graduate of the Chavón School of Design.

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The Abraham Lincoln School honors 100 years in its 2017 Art Exhibition at The Gallery

Parents, teachers, students and friends packed into The Gallery Altos de Chavón last Friday night to witness the end of the year art exhibition by the Abraham Lincoln School. With artwork from nearly every student Pre-Kinder through 12th grade, paintings, drawings, collages, and more covered the walls of the gallery from top to bottom in an extraordinary […]

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Carlos Montesino invokes a visual dialogue in “Extrasensorial” at The Gallery in Altos de Chavón

Carlos Montesino, celebrated artist and longtime professor of Fine Arts at the Chavón School of Design and the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, exhibited “Extrasensorial” last Thursday evening at The Gallery in Altos de Chavón. His collection of works, produced between 2014-2016, showcased paintings, photographs, ceramics, and engravings of the natural world, and included a particular interest […]

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The Abraham Lincoln School brings the community to The Gallery at their school wide Art Exhibition

This past Friday, I had the pleasure of visiting the Abraham Lincoln School end of the year art exhibit here in The Gallery in Altos de Chavón. As a relatively new resident to Casa de Campo, I can say with a one-hundred percent certainty that art in the Dominican Republic constantly impresses me and showcases a […]

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On a journey with artist Edouard Duval-Carrié as he presents “Hispaniola Saga”

On Thursday, April 14th many Casa de Campo residents made their way to Santo Domingo for the art exhibition opening of Edouard Duval-Carrié at the Lyle O. Reitzel gallery. It is the fifth time in twenty years, the nomadic artist shows his work here in the country and the turnout was phenomenal.