Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Feria Maestros del Arte

At a Glance

This 3-day fair, now in its 18th year, brings together almost 100 of Mexico’s finest artisans from all reaches of the country.

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Almost 100 of Mexico’s most important artisans of Mexican folk art come together for this annual three-day fair in Chapala.

2019 Event Information

The 2019 Feria Maestros del Arte will be November 8-10. Friday: 9:30-5:30. Saturday: 9:30-5:30. Sunday: 9:30-4:30.

Cost of admission is $80 pesos per person per day, which includes access to the events and demonstrations taking place that day.

2018 Detailed Schedule

Here is a more detailed schedule from 2018 that shows a typical weekend’s program.

Feria Maestros del Arte 2018 schedule in Chapala

Feria Maestros del Arte 2018 entertainment schedule

Located at the Chapala Yacht Club


The Feria Maestros del Arte takes place at the Chapala Yacht Club on Ramon Corona in Chapala.

Last updated February 12, 2019

Street View

Address

Ramón Corona 1 (Yacht Club)

Chapala

Phone

376-765-7485

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Photos of Feria Maestros del Arte

San Mateo del Mar Weaving Cooperative

Complicated textiles made from finely-woven cotten.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Day of the Dead Skull Altar

Day of the Dead Skull Altar

A skull, white cross, candles, dyed sawdust, marigolds, Corona bottles and other offerings adorn an altar on the Night of the Dead in Chapala.

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Mata Ortiz Pottery

A unique style of pottery from the village of Mata Oriz, Chihuahua.

Sayaca during Fiesta de San Sebastián

Carnival & the Masked Sayacas of Ajijic

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Javier Intzín López

Knotted rugs from Tenejapa, Chiapas.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Aztec dancers at the Virgin of Zapopan procession

Aztec Dancers

Aztec dancers, also known as concheros, lead the procession for the annual arrival of the Virgin of Zapopan in Chapala.

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Jaime Hernández Cruz

Hojalata tin work from Guanajuato, Guanajuato.

Guelaguetza

Oaxaca’s Guelaguetza Dances Come to Chapala

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Daniel & Gerardo Linares

Alebrijes by the grandchildren of the artform's inventor, Pedro Linares López.

Guadalupe García Ríos

Ceramics from Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán

The Virgin of Zapopan Visits Chapala

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Martin de Jesús Ibarra Morales

Plates, pots, virgins & other clay work from San Juan Evangelista, Jalisco.

San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas

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Ruth Cortés Rodríguez

Alpaca silver.

Cecilia Victoriano Cruz

Dolls from San Lorenzo, Michoacán

Armando de la Cruz

Huichol bead art from Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes.

Dreamweavers Cooperative

Textiles using natural dyes from Pinotepa de Don Luís, Oaxaca.

Canastas Morales

Woven palm baskets typical of the state of Guerrero.

Andrés Morales, who sells these bags, baskets and hats on the streets of Ajijic along with his father, Crescencio.

Andrés Morales, who sells these bags, baskets and hats on the streets of Ajijic along with his father, Crescencio.

Year-round, you can find Andrés and his father, Crescencio, selling their palm baskets, purses and decorations in the streets of Ajijic, especially on Colón Street close to the malecón.

Year-round, you can find Andrés and his father, Crescencio, selling their palm baskets, purses and decorations in the streets of Ajijic, especially on Colón Street close to the malecón.

The tightly woven lid of one of the palm baskets.

The tightly woven lid of one of the palm baskets.

Palm leaf purses and bags.

Palm leaf purses and bags.

Palm leaf purses and bags.

Palm leaf purses and bags.

Flower decorations made from corn husks.

Flower decorations made from corn husks.

Álvaro de la Cruz

Catrinas from Capula, Michoacán.

Martin, Gerardo & Juan Carlos Salgado Castrejon

Masks made by one of Mexico's premier mask making families from Uruapan, Michoacán.

Flora María Sánchez Arias

Silver jewelry from Guadalajara, Jalisco.

Antonio Guzman Hernández

Carved gourds from Pinotepa de Don Luís, Oaxaca.

César Alfredo Lucano Siordia

Clay figures & puppets from Tlaquepaque, Jalisco.

Matilde Hernández Pérez

Embroidered stuffed wool animals from San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas.

Talleres Aguirre

Carved obsidian from Tequila, Jalisco.

Zeny Fuentes Santiago

Alebrijes from San Martín Tilcajete, Oaxaca.

Mariano & Cilau Valadéz Navarro

Huichol string art from Nayarit.

Candelaria Gutiérrez Esteban

Painted wood mirrors & masks.

Hilario Alejos Madrigal & Audelia Cerano

Pineapple piña pottery from San José de Gracia, Michoacán.

Centro Integración Tapalpa

Paper mache made from recycled materials by special needs children in Tapalpa, Jalisco.

María del Pilar, Eva & Concha Núñez

Clay sculptures of people, including famous figures such as Mexican presidents, made by three sisters from Tlaquepaque, Jalisco.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Frida Kahlo Catrina

Frida Kahlo Catrina on the Day of the Dead

A woman dressed as a catrina of Frida Kahlo on the Day of the Dead in Chapala, Mexico.

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