Los Cabos Set to Kick Off 'Gracias al Arte' Exhibit

The Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau announced the official dates of the first annual “Gracias al Arte” event; a highly anticipated art exhibit taking place from November 22-24 in Cabo San Lucas.

Hosted at the Casa Club, located within the Auberge Private Residences, the Gracias al Arte event will celebrate the beauty of Mexican artistry.

The three-day exhibit will feature works from six of Mexico's most popular artists: Raul Anguiano, Beatriz del Carmen Cuevas and Jose Luis Cuevas, Tere Metta, Yolanda Gonzalez, Jose Sacal and Leslie Zaidenweber.

All artists will be present for the duration of the exhibit and each will showcase ten works of art that will be available for purchase and one piece that will be included as part of a silent auction benefitting three local charities - the Los Cabos Humane Society and the Los Cabos Children's Foundation.

The festivities begin on November 22 with a VIP dinner at the Beach Club in the Auberge Private Residences, Punta Ballena, where guests are able to attend an intimate evening with the artists. On November 23, the exhibit will remain open from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. where travelers are welcome to come and enjoy the artwork firsthand, followed by an exclusive and private cocktail event.

Finally, on November 24, a special "by invitation only" brunch and awards ceremony will be held to honor the participating artists. Open to the public, guests may contact Claudia Gold Dorenbaum at Bessudo Gold Communications for tickets to the VIP Dinner, to RSVP for the special brunch and to reserve their space to attend Gracias al Arte in Los Cabos. Agents should contact Dorenbaum at [email protected]
 

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