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Xiquilite (Añil/Indigo) Taller de Teñir/Dye Workshop | Free

Xiquilite (Añil/Índigo) lleva la dolorosa historia de los impactos coloniales en el sur de México, América Central y África en conexión con este país. En celebración de la relación alquímica entre el añil, el sol y el aire, los participantes podrán teñir un chal de verano utilizando técnicas de teñido anudado.

Indigo (Xiquilite/Añil) carries the painful history of the colonial impacts on Southern Mexico, Central America, and Africa in connection to this country. In celebration of the alchemic relationship between indigo, the sun and air, participants will be able to dye a summer shawl using tie-dye techniques.

This workshop is presented by Meztli Projects, an Indigenous based arts & culture collaborative centering Indigeneity into the creative practice of Los Angeles by using arts-based strategies to support, advocate for, and organize to highlight Native and Indigenous Artists and systems-impacted youth. Meztli Projects operates out of Apachianga (East Los Angeles) in Tovaangar (Los Angeles County), lands stewarded since time immemorial by families and villages now known as the Acjachemen, Chumash, Tataviam and Tongva Tribal Nations.

August 19, 2023 |  12:00 pm *
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