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2010 Festival Blog - México

Mexico Program Introduction


Introduction and comments from the co-curator, Olivia Cadaval. 

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Mexico Program Musicians


Olivia Cadaval, co-curator of the México program, introduces the music participants. 

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Mexico Program Field Research


Olivia Cadaval, Smithsonian curator, speaks in depth about the field research conducted for the México program. 

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Téenek Ceremony-Danza del Bixom ritual fliers


During the ceremony of Danza del Bixom Tíiw, members of the Téenek community of Tamaletón become ritual fliers to honorRead More

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Weaving Traditions in the Vicente Sosa Family


Joel Vicente Contreras and his wife María Sosa Luís own a family-operated weaving workshop in Teotitlán del Valle. 

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Mariachi Tradicional Los Tios


Mariachi Tradicional Los Tios from El Manguito perform in a distinctive regional style that has flourished for more than 150Read More

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Mexico Foodways Interns and Volunteers


Interns and volunteers worked alongside Mexican cooks in the kitchen area of the Mexico program. 

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Chinelos de Atlatlahuacan, Morelos Dance Troupe


Chinelos de Atlatlahuacan, from the state of Morelos in southern Mexico, perform at the festival. 

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Los Cardencheros de Sapioriz, A Cappella Singers


Los Cardencheros de Sapioriz from the Comarca Lagunera region of Mexico perform their song “Hasta pronto mis queridos amigos” (FarewellRead More

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Corn Husk Crafts


Amalia Salas, healer and artisan, imparts her wisdom on ritual cleansing and healthy living, and shares her intricate corn huskRead More

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