San Miguel Cajonos
Centro de Arte San Agustín Etla
Fly Shuttle Loom
Grinding Indigo and Cochineal
Contemporary Textiles from Ancient Oaxacan Traditions

Upcoming screenings and lectures

      • CURRENT
      • February 29, 2012
        • Friends of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection
          Private Showing at Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
      • March 8, 2012
        • Friends of the Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
          Private Showing
      • April 17 - 20, 2012
        • 3rd Mexican International Film Festival
          Hong Kong, China
      • September 19 - 22, 2012
      • September 19 - 22, 2012
      • March, 2013
        • Fashion and Textile Museum of London
        • On-going showings as s part of Rebozo Exhibition
          London, UK
      • Sept, 2013
        • Franz Mayer Museum
        • On-going showings as s part of Rebozo Exhibition
          Mexico City, Mexico
      • Dec, 2013
        • Museo Textil de Oaxaca
        • On-going showings as s part of Rebozo Exhibition
          Oaxaca, Mexico

         

         


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Related exhibitions

  • July 6 – November 2012
    • Tormentas y Sueños

    • Museo Textile de Oaxaca
    • Oaxaca, Oaxaca Mexico

     

  • March 25 – May 20, 2011
    • Deseos
    • Elaine L. Jacob Gallery
    • Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
  • April 22 - July 28, 2011
    • Esperanza
    • Gordon Parks Gallery
    • Metropolitan University, St. Paul MN
    • In conjunction with:
    • Surface Design Association International Textile Conference

Past Events

  • Nov. 3 - 6, 2011
    • MADISON AREA EVENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH VISIT BY ZAPOTEC WEAVER ERASTO ¨TITO¨ MENDOZA:

    • Tito Mendoza is one of Oaxaca's finest weavers. Originally from Teotitlán del Valle, Tito was a weaver for the world renowned La Mano Mágico. Lila Downs has commissioned numerous pieces from Tito which are used in her performances and PR. His work ¨Aires Zapotecos¨ was a finalist in the VI International Biannale of Contemporary Textile Art Tito and his wife Ale now own the store El Nahual in the historic center of Oaxaca. More information about Tito and his work can be seen at: http://elnahualfolkart.blogspot.com/

       

    • Friday October 7th 5:00 pm

      • Centro Hispano http://micentro.org/
        810 Badger Road
        Madison WI
        Screening (in Spanish with English subtitles)
      • Visiting Zapotec weaver, Tito Mendoza who is featured in the film will be at the event to show his work and to talk about his art.
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    • Monday October 10th 7:00 pm

      • Madison Weaver`s Guild
      • Oakwood Village on Mineral Point Rd
      • (Westmoreland Room in Heritage Oaks Building)
        Screening (in English)
      • Visiting Zapotec weaver, Tito Mendoza who is featured in the film will be at the event to show his work and to talk about his art.
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    • Tuesday October 11th 3:30 pm

      • University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
        University Center room 266
        Whitewater, Wisconsin
        Screening (in Spanish with English subtitles)
      • Visiting Zapotec weaver, Tito Mendoza who is featured in the film will be at the event to show his work and to talk about his art.

    Friday September 23

  • 1:00 pm
  • September 22 – 23
  • July 13 and July 16
  • June 10, 2011
  • April 29, 2011
    • UW - Madison Alumni Weekend Events
    • Lecture: Behind the Scenes of Woven Lives: Spinning the Tale
    • Film Screening of Woven LIves (English)
    • For more information: gevans@waastaff.com
    April 23, 2011
    • World Premiere and Celebration
    • Univesity of Wisconsin-Madison
    • For more information: UW LACIS
  • November 16, 2010
    • Latin American Caribbean and Iberian Studies
    • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison Wisconsin
    • Lecture: Behind the Scenes: Vidas Entretejidas/Woven Lives
  • September 6, 2010
    • First Encounter of the Ibero-American Textile Network
    • San José, Costa Rica
    • Lecture: Vidas Entretejidas: Pre-release Presentation