If you’re looking for unique things to do in Buenos Aires, Juanele AR sponsors and hosts numerous events, parties and happenings in our graffiti- and street-art inspired headquarters in Recoleta — featuring everyone from local bands like El Tronador and Venus de Milo to arts orgs like Ricter Productions and non-profit advocacy orgs such as FALGBT, Argentina’s largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans organization. (We had a great pride weekend!)
We provide our space for free and the majority of our events are free to the public, as well. To keep up with what we’re doing subscribe to the newsletter, follow us on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.
However, we do have a few ongoing events intended to help us become self-sustaining.
Every Tuesday and Thursday someone from Juanele (often our vivacious PR gal, Kate Sedgwick) ventures out onto the streets of Buenos Aires’ oldest and most bohemian neighborhood along with a gang of intrepid, art-loving travelers. We explore the street art, the gallery scene and also the history of the neighborhood. Check out our 5-star reviews on Tripadvisor. Read Argentina Independent’s coverage here. San Telmo-based glossy Telma recently published a great review of the walk. Pick up this lovely bilingual magazine at many businesses and venues in San Telmo.
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Juanele AR has been hosting a closed door restaurant in our HQ for the past few months. Cooked and conceived by London chef Max Paarlberg, the themed 5-course dinner includes paired wines plus a champagne cocktail at the reception and art curated by Juanele AR. We feel safe in claiming that our supper club possesses a unique ambiance among Buenos Aires’ many puertas cerradas.
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