2010 Festival Video - México
Introduction and comments from the co-curator, Olivia Cadaval.
Olivia Cadaval, co-curator of the México program, introduces the music participants.
Olivia Cadaval, Smithsonian curator, speaks in depth about the field research conducted for the México program.
During the ceremony of Danza del Bixom Tíiw, members of the Téenek community of Tamaletón become ritual fliers to honorRead More
Joel Vicente Contreras and his wife María Sosa Luís own a family-operated weaving workshop in Teotitlán del Valle.
Mariachi Tradicional Los Tios from El Manguito perform in a distinctive regional style that has flourished for more than 150Read More
Interns and volunteers worked alongside Mexican cooks in the kitchen area of the Mexico program.
Chinelos de Atlatlahuacan, from the state of Morelos in southern Mexico, perform at the festival.
Los Cardencheros de Sapioriz from the Comarca Lagunera region of Mexico perform their song “Hasta pronto mis queridos amigos” (FarewellRead More
Amalia Salas, healer and artisan, imparts her wisdom on ritual cleansing and healthy living, and shares her intricate corn huskRead More