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PHOTOS: A glimpse of the Tamarindo Art Wave Festival

January 28, 2018

The second edition of the Tamarindo Art Wave Festival started on Jan. 25, with a wide range of performances, art exhibits and a wide range of activities. Here’s a glimpse of the festival, which will continue through Sunday.

Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
The sunset at Tamarindo. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Costa Rican artist Elizabeth Argüello's illustrations. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Enjoying the inauguration in Tamarindo. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Emmanuel Javogue, one of the founders of the Tamarindo Art Wave Festival. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Gabriela Álvarez, one of the founders of the Tamarindo Art Wave Festival. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Alissa Christine doing a performance with Google's tilt brush. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
People enjoying their time at La Gran Cena on the beach at Tamarindo. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Enjoying the dinner. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación
Tamarindo Art Wave Festival
Working at La Gran Cena. Via René Valenzuela / Upgrade Communicación

Upgrade Comunicación donated to their images and coverage of the Tamarindo Art Wave Festival to The Tico Times. For more information visit their Facebook page and their website.

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