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Viva Oaxaca sells Mexican folk art items handmade in Oaxaca and Puebla Mexico. Based in Boston, MA USA, Viva Oaxaca features handcrafts from central Mexico, homeland for some of the country's most talented artisans. Their beautiful work, a product of imagination and skill, continues traditions that go back to Spanish colonial times. Order online or call 617-983-5075. View the Viva Oaxaca...
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Recognizing the vast and rich artistic landscape of Oaxaca, arguably Mexico's most famous cultural capital, this website features a great array of artists from the Valley of Oaxaca. In order to capture the vibrant diversity in Oaxaca's artistic traditions, artists have been divided in five focuses: performing, sustainable, material, painted, and textile. Each featured artist is showcased not...
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Since 1996 we have been searching and selecting the finest in figurines of wood and chocolate in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. Delve into the recent history of the families who have mastered the magic in the trees from the 1980's to the present. Oaxacan Woodcarving Artistry from Port Wahakaa...
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To open mouth, came to the table a vast entrance of Oaxacan cheeses, both fresh and cured, Ricardi company located in Ocotlan. The canteens cheeses, goat (with chintextle, ash and aged for 4 months) and an intruder, a Mennonite cheese, were accompanied by pumpkin flowers stuffed with ricotta and...
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Celebrating the transmission of artistic traditions from generation to generation in some of the most talented artist families in Oaxaca, 100 outstanding artists belonging to 50 families are featured. Their works, crafted from natural materials, incorporate unique blends of indigenous myths with...
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Norma Schafer and Oaxaca Cultural Navigator LLC has offered programs in Mexico since 2006. We have over 30 years of experience developing and delivering award-winning programs for Indiana University, University of Virginia, George Washington University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Study tours are personally curated and introduce you to Mexico's most stunning artisans. They...
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The Oaxacan Collector will take you on a shopping tour of Mexico and Oaxaca. Visit craft villages, shop with the artists, and taste the fine cuisine of Mexico. My friend, Mike McKinley, has published this website, his final project on Mexican popular culture and film, an independent study course.Â. Afternoon highs are in low-80’s and evening lows, in the mid-60’s, with occasional, afternoon...
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Alebrijes for sale are Oaxacan Wood Carvings made by Mexican Artists. The are considered highly collectible Oaxacan art and Mexican home decor. Alebrijes for sale are one-of-a-kind Genuine Oaxacan Wood Carvings made by talented local artists in Oaxaca, Mexico. These genuine Oaxacan wood carvings and sculptures are hand carved, hand painted, and distinctively beautiful. Each original work of art...
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Wholesale supplier of Mexican imports, furniture, rustic decor, Talavera pottery and gifts in Tucson, Arizona. See our retail website to view our products! Www.directfrommexico.com Direct From Mexico is Borderlands Trading Company’s online store, your source for rustic and Mexican home decor. Over 3,000 unique handcrafted products with Free Shipping. Mexican Rustic Furniture. Shop Our Online...
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ResArtis - Worldwide Network of Artist Residencies. We are a network of over 600 centers, organisations, and individuals in over 70 countries. Each of our members is dedicated to offering artists, curators, and all manner of creative people the essential time and place away from the pressures and habits of every-day life, an experience framed within a unique geographic and cultural context. The...
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Mexican folk art both new and antique gathered from artisans throughout Mexico. Mexican folk art is one of the liveliest and most abundant folk art traditions anywhere in the world. Mexican folk art remains highly regional, with specific areas producing only one type of the Mexican crafts, such as Huichol art, Mexican pottery, Mexican lacquer art, Mexican papel mache, and Mexican serapes. Our...
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Journey with Traditions Mexico Tours to a place in the far south of Mexico where the artisans of a thousand years still work. The knowledge and life ways in the pottery villages have existed as such for thousands of years, a type of sustainability rare in the human world. As the industrial world moves into Oaxaca and neighboring states with its plastic buckets and aluminum pans, these articles...
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A boutique tour company specializing in quality programs throughout Mexico and Guatemala, custom-designed to suit individual or group interests. Academic Tours is run by Florencio Moreno, a Cultural Geography scholar with concentrations in Colonial Iconography, Iconology and Astroarchaeology, with special emphasis in Oaxaca's unique cultural heritage. The Audubon Society classifies Mexico as...
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Casa Linda Bed and Breakfast Linda Hanna Folk Art Tours in Oaxaca Mexico. For over a decade Linda has been cultivating and nurturing the connections to this artistic world. Sharing her knowledge with people interested in learning about folk art was one of her fundamental reasons for moving to Oaxaca years ago. Casa Linda is a sanctuary. A welcoming, comforting and exclusive private home in the...
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Oaxaca is beautiful, cultural city in southern Mexico that will show you Mexico’s true side. Let our site guide you through all the wonder Oaxaca has to offer. Oaxaca is also incredibly important to Mexico’s food traditions. It is the birthplace of the “mole,” a very popular Mexican sauce that is used in many traditional cuisines. The region is even known throughout the country as “The Land of...
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The price for the workshop is $1750. This includes hotel room for 7 nights, 8 days (no additional cost for single supplement, but $100 reduction per person for sharing a double room), guided tour and transportation to three cemeteries, home cooked traditional Day of the Dead meal, one 7”x11” light weight box for optional box sculpture project, farewell banquet and morning coffee. Discover...
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