Best things to do this weekend in Santiago (Jul 29 - 31)

We're wrapping up July with all sorts of events to motivate you to brave the cold and enjoy what the city has to offer. Whether you're looking for an awesome night out with Chorizo Salvaje, a "resistance photography" expo at a hidden gem of a neighborhood (Huemul), a special musical performance by Manuel Garcia, multiple celebrations of Peru's independence day, or maybe looking to suffer the smell of multiple food trucks in a confined space, we definitely have you covered.

Remember every Friday we'll post our picks for the weekend and please check this space often as we may update it with changes and/or new events that pop up. Enjoy!

Photo courtesy Chorizo Salvaje
Photo courtesy Chorizo Salvaje

Friday (Jul 29)


Special Events

Live Music

DJ Parties

Exhibits

  • Todos Los Colores Para Todas Las Vidas: As the chief muralist for one of Chile's most recognizable and influential artistic movements - the Ramona Parra Brigade, a branch of the Communist party that painted brightly colored and outlined murals depicting the fight for social justice and human rights in Chile - Patricio Madera has been at the heart of political and artistic revolution in Chile for decades. His work has appeared all over the country and in other countries such as Bolivia and Mexico. "All Colors for All Lives" features the work of a passionate muralist and artist whose body of work and influence through art puts him on par with other world-famous muralists such as Mexico's Diego Rivera.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1729256730679661
  • Superflex: The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine: Have you ever wanted to threaten the stability of society through illegal activities, but avoid the fallout? Now you can...in theory. "The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine," a new interactive exhibit by danish artist group SUPERFLEX at the MAC Quinta Normal, calls for guests to sign one of thirteen "wrongful act" contracts and hang them on the museum wall, with the intention of undermining society's rules and regulations through solidarity.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/superflex
  • Lose Your Mind: Be prepared to lose your head a little bit at "Lose Your Mind" by British artist David Shrigley, presented at the MAC in collaboration with the British Council. Shrigley is renowned for his use of taxidermy and drawings to make observations about life, all with a fun dash of black humor. As a part of the exhibition, Shrigley also conducted a workshop and lecture with art students at the University of Chile.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/lose-your-mind
  • Vestidas: 100 Años De Moda: Go back in fashion time to Chile in the 1800s, and explore the subsequent hundred years of fashion and accessories, available on loan from a private collection, and discover how the visual and material aesthetics of the period and personal style and taste greatly influenced and were influenced by your place in society. Items on display include a nun's habit and an old-fashioned wedding dress.
    http://www.corporacionculturalvitacura.cl/evento/vestidas-100-anos-de-moda/
  • Proyecto Movil: Alucinaje: Head to the MAC this weekend to catch the opening of Project Mobile's latest exhibition focused on Latin American cultures. Originally created in 2009, the founders of the Mobile Project sought to provide more opportunities for young people to create art in public spaces. This current incarnation of the project will focus on artists from the city of Concepcion.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/proyecto-movil-alucinaje
  • La Matriz Del Cuerpo: Enjoy the work of Chile's next generation of fine artists as students from the School of Art at the University of Chile present their latest pieces at the MAC in the exhibition "La Matriz del Cuerpo." The exhibition will be curated by MAC museum director Francisco Brugnoli. A focus of the exhibition will be gender and the mother/daughter relationship.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/la-matriz-del-cuerpo
  • Juego Mixto: What would happen if a giant golf ball fell out of the sky in Chile, first appearing in the north, then on a glacier in the south, and finally ending up in London? This very surreal but intriguing and poetic dilemma is examined through large format pictures and video installations in "Mixed Game," opening this weekend at the MAC.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/juego-mixto-de-dagmara-wyskiel-
  • Historia Del Jazz En Chile: Prepare for some toe-tapping, swinging music and good times with a side of interesting history at the new "History of Jazz in Chile" exhibition at the Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center. Featuring recordings, photos, videos, and more, the exhibit chronicles the arrival and evolution of Chilean jazz. Free entry.
    http://www.gam.cl/home/disciplina/exposiciones/detalle/historia-del-jazz...
  • Fictional Archeology: Pop culture and high art mix and mash at Jake Scharbach's new MAC exhibition "Fictional Archeology." The American painter paints hyper realistic images that use everyday objects such as cars or plastic toys to juxtapose symbols of cultural high art, thereby questioning modern cultural values.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/fiction-archeology
  • World Press Photo 16: Santiago, Chile: Get the scoop at this international new exhibition, featuring the best of visual journalism from around the world over the past year. The gorgeous high-definition photos come with information on the stories of the pictures and feature multi-lingual captions and technical specs.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1076004409108667
  • Antiguo Egipto. Vida En El Nilo: Fans of ancient Egypt should be sure to catch this nearly 400-piece exhibition at La Moneda's Cultural Center, and go back in time to learn about the lifestyles and culture of this fascinating civilization. General entry: $2.000 CLP, discount for students and seniors.
    http://www.ccplm.cl/sitio/pronto-antiguo-egipto-vida-en-el-nilo/
  • Light Show: Revel in the world of light at this new exhibition, featuring 15 internationally-renowned artists all utilizing light as the primary focus of their contributions to this "light show."Fresh off a hot world tour, this is a not to be missed experience.
    http://www.corpartes.cl/evento/light-show/
  • La Colección de Maikol Jordan de Edwards Estay: Yes, the title of Chilean artist Edwards Estay's new exhibition of paintings, drawings, photography, and object art is "The Michael Jordan Collection," but what he's actually saying - about art, mass media, and consumer - goes much deeper.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1839513899603025
  • Qualia: Diccionario de Ocupación: Visual artist Fernanda Aranquiz debuts her new collection "Qualia: Occupation Dictionary
    ", curated by the Orange Library and featuring a presentation by fellow artist Monica Bengoa. Wine will be served at the opening reception.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/580258095495046
  • Coleccion Mac. Obras Latinoamericanas: The MAC continues its celebrations of seventy years of existence with this new exhibition honoring the work of fifteen prominent Latin American artists. Includes works by Oswaldo Guayasamín, Luis Camnitzer, and many more.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/coleccion-mac-obras-latinoame...
  • Imagen Residual: "After Image" is Australian-Chilean artist Juan Davlia's new exhibit of fifty paintings, prints, and other visual media, investigating issues of a social, political, gender-based, landscape, and the female form.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1052152434867034
  • World Press Photo 16: The best of global visual journalism is on display here, including information about the stories referenced in the photo, and technical specs on the cameras and craft of taking the photo.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/592113977628403
  • Color Cámara Ilustración: More than 30 illustrators pay homage to the golden age of vintage cinema and great classic films and film-making at this new exhibition at the Alameda Art Center.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/285258308490795
  • De Rivus, David Scognamiglio: Artist David Scognamiglio generates new and unorthodox experiences and art with the use of light in his new exhibition "De Rivus" at the NAC Gallery.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1724692177806187
  • Even more exhibits:
    Click here for additional exhibits on Friday

Theater

Full list: http://www.agendarevolver.cl/?date=2016-07-29

Saturday (Jul 30)


Special Events

Live Music

DJ Parties

Exhibits

  • Todos Los Colores Para Todas Las Vidas: As the chief muralist for one of Chile's most recognizable and influential artistic movements - the Ramona Parra Brigade, a branch of the Communist party which painted brightly colored and outlined murals depicting the fight for social justice and human rights in Chile - Patricio Madera has been at the heart of political and artistic revolution in Chile for decades. His work has appeared all over the country and in other countries such as Bolivia and Mexico. "All Colors for All Lives" features the work of a passionate muralist and artist whose body of work and influence through art puts him on par with other world-famous muralists such as Mexico's Diego Rivera.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1729256730679661
  • Superflex: The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine: Have you ever wanted to threaten the stability of society through illegal activities, but avoid the fallout? Now you can...in theory. "The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine," a new interactive exhibit by danish artist group SUPERFLEX at the MAC Quinta Normal, calls for guests to sign one of thirteen "wrongful act" contracts and hang them on the museum wall, with the intention of undermining society's rules and regulations through solidarity.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/superflex
  • Lose Your Mind: Be prepared to lose your head a little bit at "Lose Your Mind" by British artist David Shrigley, presented at the MAC in collaboration with the British Council. Shrigley is renowned for his use of taxidermy and drawings to make observations about life, all with a fun dash of black humor. As a part of the exhibition, Shrigley also conducted a workshop and lecture with art students at the University of Chile.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/lose-your-mind
  • Vestidas: 100 Años De Moda: Go back in fashion time to Chile in the 1800s, and explore the subsequent hundred years of fashion and accessories, available on loan from a private collection, and discover how the visual and material aesthetics of the period and personal style and taste greatly influenced and were influenced by your place in society. Items on display include a nun's habit and an old-fashioned wedding dress.
    http://www.corporacionculturalvitacura.cl/evento/vestidas-100-anos-de-moda/
  • Proyecto Movil: Alucinaje: Head to the MAC this weekend to catch the opening of Project Mobile's latest exhibition focused on Latin American cultures. Originally created in 2009, the founders of the Mobile Project sought to provide more opportunities for young people to create art in public spaces. This current incarnation of the project will focus on artists from the city of Concepcion.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/proyecto-movil-alucinaje
  • La Matriz Del Cuerpo: Enjoy the work of Chile's next generation of fine artists as students from the School of Art at the University of Chile present their latest pieces at the MAC in the exhibition "La Matriz del Cuerpo." The exhibition will be curated by MAC museum director Francisco Brugnoli. A focus of the exhibition will be gender and the mother/daughter relationship.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/la-matriz-del-cuerpo
  • Juego Mixto: What would happen if a giant golf ball fell out of the sky in Chile, first appearing in the north, then on a glacier in the south, and finally ending up in London? This very surreal but intriguing and poetic dilemma is examined through large format pictures and video installations in "Mixed Game," opening this weekend at the MAC.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/juego-mixto-de-dagmara-wyskiel-
  • Historia Del Jazz En Chile: Prepare for some toe-tapping, swinging music and good times with a side of interesting history at the new "History of Jazz in Chile" exhibition at the Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center. Featuring recordings, photos, videos, and more, the exhibit chronicles the arrival and evolution of Chilean jazz. Free entry.
    http://www.gam.cl/home/disciplina/exposiciones/detalle/historia-del-jazz...
  • Fictional Archeology: Pop culture and high art mix and mash at Jake Scharbach's new MAC exhibition "Fictional Archeology." The American painter paints hyper realistic images that use everyday objects such as cars or plastic toys to juxtapose symbols of cultural high art, thereby questioning modern cultural values.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/fiction-archeology
  • World Press Photo 16: Santiago, Chile: Get the scoop at this international new exhibition, featuring the best of visual journalism from around the world over the past year. The gorgeous high-definition photos come with information on the stories of the pictures and feature multi-lingual captions and technical specs.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1076004409108667
  • Antiguo Egipto. Vida En El Nilo: Fans of ancient Egypt should be sure to catch this nearly 400-piece exhibition at La Moneda's Cultural Center, and go back in time to learn about the lifestyles and culture of this fascinating civilization. General entry: $2.000 CLP, discount for students and seniors.
    http://www.ccplm.cl/sitio/pronto-antiguo-egipto-vida-en-el-nilo/
  • Light Show: Revel in the world of light at this new exhibition, featuring 15 internationally-renowned artists all utilizing light as the primary focus of their contributions to this "light show."Fresh off a hot world tour, this is a not to be missed experience.
    http://www.corpartes.cl/evento/light-show/
  • Qualia: Diccionario de Ocupación: Visual artist Fernanda Aranquiz debuts her new collection "Qualia: Occupation Dictionary", curated by the Orange Library and featuring a presentation by fellow artist Monica Bengoa. Wine will be served at the opening reception.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/580258095495046
  • Coleccion Mac. Obras Latinoamericanas: The MAC continues its celebrations of seventy years of existence with this new exhibition honoring the work of fifteen prominent Latin American artists. Includes works by Oswaldo Guayasamín, Luis Camnitzer, and many more.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/coleccion-mac-obras-latinoame...
  • Imagen Residual: "After Image" is Australian-Chilean artist Juan Davlia's new exhibit of fifty paintings, prints, and other visual media, investigating issues of a social, political, gender-based, landscape, and the female form.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1052152434867034
  • World Press Photo 16: The best of global visual journalism is on display here, including information about the stories referenced in the photo, and technical specs on the cameras and craft of taking the photo.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/592113977628403
  • Color Cámara Ilustración: More than 30 illustrators pay homage to the golden age of vintage cinema and great classic films and film-making at this new exhibition at the Alameda Art Center.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/285258308490795
  • Exposición Cafe Utopía: This new exposition at the Utopia Cafe explores the concept of "connecting the soul with skin" and seeing the body as a canvas on which to create art.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/528874883980005
  • De Rivus, David Scognamiglio: Artist David Scognamiglio generates new and unorthodox experiences and art with the use of light in his new exhibition "De Rivus" at the NAC Gallery.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1724692177806187
  • Even more exhibits:
    Click here for additional exhibits on Saturday

Theater

Full list: http://www.agendarevolver.cl/?date=2016-07-30

Sunday (Jul 31)


Special Events

Exhibits

  • Todos Los Colores Para Todas Las Vidas: As the chief muralist for one of Chile's most recognizable and influential artistic movements - the Ramona Parra Brigade, a branch of the Communist party which painted brightly colored and outlined murals depicting the fight for social justice and human rights in Chile - Patricio Madera has been at the heart of political and artistic revolution in Chile for decades. His work has appeared all over the country and in other countries such as Bolivia and Mexico. "All Colors for All Lives" features the work of a passionate muralist and artist whose body of work and influence through art puts him on par with other world-famous muralists such as Mexico's Diego Rivera.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1729256730679661
  • Superflex: The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine: Have you ever wanted to threaten the stability of society through illegal activities, but avoid the fallout? Now you can...in theory. "The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine," a new interactive exhibit by danish artist group SUPERFLEX at the MAC Quinta Normal, calls for guests to sign one of thirteen "wrongful act" contracts and hang them on the museum wall, with the intention of undermining society's rules and regulations through solidarity.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/superflex
  • Lose Your Mind: Be prepared to lose your head a little bit at "Lose Your Mind" by British artist David Shrigley, presented at the MAC in collaboration with the British Council. Shrigley is renowned for his use of taxidermy and drawings to make observations about life, all with a fun dash of black humor. As a part of the exhibition, Shrigley also conducted a workshop and lecture with art students at the University of Chile.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/lose-your-mind
  • Vestidas: 100 Años De Moda: Go back in fashion time to Chile in the 1800s, and explore the subsequent hundred years of fashion and accessories, available on loan from a private collection, and discover how the visual and material aesthetics of the period and personal style and taste greatly influenced and were influenced by your place in society. Items on display include a nun's habit and an old-fashioned wedding dress.
    http://www.corporacionculturalvitacura.cl/evento/vestidas-100-anos-de-moda/
  • Proyecto Movil: Alucinaje: Head to the MAC this weekend to catch the opening of Project Mobile's latest exhibition focused on Latin American cultures. Originally created in 2009, the founders of the Mobile Project sought to provide more opportunities for young people to create art in public spaces. This current incarnation of the project will focus on artists from the city of Concepcion.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/proyecto-movil-alucinaje
  • La Matriz Del Cuerpo: Enjoy the work of Chile's next generation of fine artists as students from the School of Art at the University of Chile present their latest pieces at the MAC in the exhibition "La Matriz del Cuerpo." The exhibition will be curated by MAC museum director Francisco Brugnoli. A focus of the exhibition will be gender and the mother/daughter relationship.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/la-matriz-del-cuerpo
  • Juego Mixto: What would happen if a giant golf ball fell out of the sky in Chile, first appearing in the north, then on a glacier in the south, and finally ending up in London? This very surreal but intriguing and poetic dilemma is examined through large format pictures and video installations in "Mixed Game," opening this weekend at the MAC.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/juego-mixto-de-dagmara-wyskiel-
  • Historia Del Jazz En Chile: Prepare for some toe-tapping, swinging music and good times with a side of interesting history at the new "History of Jazz in Chile" exhibition at the Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center. Featuring recordings, photos, videos, and more, the exhibit chronicles the arrival and evolution of Chilean jazz. Free entry.
    http://www.gam.cl/home/disciplina/exposiciones/detalle/historia-del-jazz...
  • Fictional Archeology: Pop culture and high art mix and mash at Jake Scharbach's new MAC exhibition "Fictional Archeology." The American painter paints hyper realistic images that use everyday objects such as cars or plastic toys to juxtapose symbols of cultural high art, thereby questioning modern cultural values.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/fiction-archeology
  • World Press Photo 16: Santiago, Chile: Get the scoop at this international new exhibition, featuring the best of visual journalism from around the world over the past year. The gorgeous high-definition photos come with information on the stories of the pictures and feature multi-lingual captions and technical specs.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1076004409108667
  • Antiguo Egipto. Vida En El Nilo: Fans of ancient Egypt should be sure to catch this nearly 400-piece exhibition at La Moneda's Cultural Center, and go back in time to learn about the lifestyles and culture of this fascinating civilization. General entry: $2.000 CLP, discount for students and seniors.
    http://www.ccplm.cl/sitio/pronto-antiguo-egipto-vida-en-el-nilo/
  • Light Show: Revel in the world of light at this new exhibition, featuring 15 internationally-renowned artists all utilizing light as the primary focus of their contributions to this "light show."Fresh off a hot world tour, this is a not to be missed experience.
    http://www.corpartes.cl/evento/light-show/
  • Qualia: Diccionario de Ocupación: Visual artist Fernanda Aranquiz debuts her new collection "Qualia: Occupation Dictionary", curated by the Orange Library and featuring a presentation by fellow artist Monica Bengoa. Wine will be served at the opening reception.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/580258095495046
  • Coleccion Mac. Obras Latinoamericanas: The MAC continues its celebrations of seventy years of existence with this new exhibition honoring the work of fifteen prominent Latin American artists. Includes works by Oswaldo Guayasamín, Luis Camnitzer, and many more.
    http://www.mac.uchile.cl/exhibiciones/expo/coleccion-mac-obras-latinoame...
  • Juan Dávila: Imagen Residual: "After Image" is Australian-Chilean artist Juan Davlia's new exhibit of fifty paintings, prints, and other visual media, investigating issues of a social, political, gender-based, landscape, and the female form.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/1052152434867034
  • World Press Photo 16: The best of global visual journalism is on display here, including information about the stories referenced in the photo, and technical specs on the cameras and craft of taking the photo.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/592113977628403
  • Color Cámara Ilustración: More than 30 illustrators pay homage to the golden age of vintage cinema and great classic films and film-making at this new exhibition at the Alameda Art Center.
    http://www.facebook.com/events/285258308490795
  • Even more exhibits:
    Click here for additional exhibits on Sunday

Theater

Full list: http://www.agendarevolver.cl/?date=2016-07-31

And remember to check out our agenda for a list of events happening every day in Santiago: http://www.agendarevolver.cl

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