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Wednesday September 10. Lounge nights at Las Terrazas (Multiplaza Pacific) with jazz musicInfo.: 300-9462
Wednesday September 10
Lounge nights at Las Terrazas (Multiplaza Pacific) with jazz musicInfo.: 300-9462
Spanish class for foreigners by “Español en Panama”, every Monday and Wednesday from 6:00 p.m– 9:00 p.mInfo.: 391-4044, 391-5022.
The Sweet Burnt Smell of History: A conversation with the artists and the organizers of the 8th Panama Art Biennial10:00 a.mContemporary Art MuseumCalle San Blas and Avenida de los Mártires, AncónInfo.: 262-3380
September 10 – 11
Icaro movie festival at Theater 5 at the Alhambra movie theaters in Via España5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.mshowsFree EntranceInfo.: 264-4560.
September 10 –15
Exhibition of caricatures of the Spanish artist Andrés Rábago and Greenpeace’s photographs at the Chiriqui Autonomous University
“Spiral World” exhibition by Argentinean-Panamanian artist Ash Olivera at Exedra Books.
September 10 – 20
Doodles by Mayi Carles, exhibit at Arlene Lachman gallery7:00 p.m.
September 10 – 21
UNICEF photographs exhibition at Albrook Mall, penguin entranceInfo.: 390-3365.
September 10 – 26
Simultaneous expositions by artists Emily Zhukov and Mauricio Gomez Jaramillo at ArteConsult galleryInfo.: 302-2646.
September 10 - 24
II Panama Restaurant Week 200811:00 a.mDifferent restaurants in Panama City3-course lunch and dinner menus at fixed, discounted pricesFor participating restaurants visit: www.panamarestaurantweek.com
September 10 – 29
“A Chorus Line” play at Teatro en CirculoDirected by Bruce QuinnTuesdays to Saturdays 8:00 p.mSundays 4:00 p.mTickets on sale at Teatro en Circulo (261-5375) and Physical Models (269-3535).
September 10 – October 21
8th Biannual Panama Art exhibit, themed after the former Panama Canal ZoneContemporary Art MuseumTuesday to Sunday 9:00 a.m– 5:00 p.mInfo.: http://www.bienalpanama.org/ or 262-3380
Art exhibit by Panamanian artist Brooke Alvaro at the Biodiversity Museum8:00 amInfo.: 314 13 96.
September 11, 17, 18
The 8th Panama Art Biennial presents academic conferences on The Panama Canal Area: A Cultural Heritage Site of Worldwide ImportanceJose Dolores Moscote Auditorium at the University of PanamaMornings and AfternoonsInfo on conference titles: http://www.bienalpanama.org/.
September 11 – October 21
As part of the 8th Panama Art Biennial, Panama’s well known artist Brooke Alfaro will present for the first time in several years an exhibition of his paintingsBiodiversity MuseumAmador CausewayInfo.: 314-1396
“Teoria en Vuelo” play by Milvia Martinez at the National Theater8:00 p.m$5 - $20Tickets on sale at Diablo Rosso, Steps, Hombre de la Mancha at Multiplaza.
Interactive Visit to the Embera indigenous group communityChagres National Park7:00 a.m$60 per personInfo: email@example.com.
September 13 and 22
Viewing of the Canal Zone documentary by Frederick WeismanContemporary Art Museum3:00 p.m.
September 12 - 21
Sea Fair in Bocas del Toro
Rappel at the Chagres cavern$60Info.: 6668-1842.
First son and salsa festival at club K’os7:30 p.mEntrance: $35Info.: 260-3622.
September 18 – 21
XXI Capac Expo Habitat 2008, construction and housing fairAtlapa Convention CenterThursday and Friday: 4:00 p.m– 10:00 p.mSaturday and Sunday: 2:00 p.m10:00 p.mInfo.: http://www.capacexpo.com/.
“Garden City: progressive planning and the Panama Canal” photo exhibit by Kurt Dillon, Roger Trancik and Sam SweezyManuel EAmador room at the University of PanamaMonday to Friday: 8:00 a.m– 7:00 p.mSaturday: 10:00 a.m– 6:00 p.m
September 18 – 23
“The Art of Living I” course by Sandra CumberbachLearn to manage stressInfo: 226-9541.
Friday September 19
Cuba’s Aragon orchestra at Bar Rumba 507 (Marriott HotelOpening act will be a tribute to Benny More by the La Sonora orchestra.9:00 p.mFree Entrance.
Saturday September 20
Yunuen Viveros at “Academia de Musica de Panama” in San Francisco11:00 a.mand 3:00 p.mInfo.: www.fundacionrockistmo.org.
September 23 -28
Changuinola International Fair