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Bowl/Dish with Tlaloc (Rain god) design

Culture/People:
probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)  Search this
Previous owner:
Joseph P. Sachs, Jr. (Joseph Paris Sachs), Non-Indian  Search this
Seller:
Joseph P. Sachs, Jr. (Joseph Paris Sachs), Non-Indian  Search this
Presenter/funding source:
Donald C. Webster (Donald Colin Webster/Ben Webster), Non-Indian, 1930-1997  Search this
Object Name:
Bowl/Dish with Tlaloc (Rain god) design
Media/Materials:
Pottery, paint
Techniques:
Coiled/hand built, painted
Dimensions:
28 x 22 x 10 cm
Object Type:
Containers and Vessels
Place:
Tomb cache; Copán; Copán Ruinas Municipality; Copán Department; Honduras
Date created:
AD 600-800
Catalog Number:
24/4301
Barcode:
244301.000
See related items:
Classic period Maya (archaeological culture)
Containers and Vessels
On View:
NMAI, New York, NY: Infinity of Nations, Mesoamerica & Circum Caribbean
Data Source:
National Museum of the American Indian
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Bowl/Dish with Tlaloc (Rain god) design

Culture/People:
probably Ulúa River (archaeological culture) (attributed); used by the Classic period Maya (archaeological culture)  Search this
Previous owner:
Joseph P. Sachs, Jr. (Joseph Paris Sachs), Non-Indian  Search this
Seller:
Joseph P. Sachs, Jr. (Joseph Paris Sachs), Non-Indian  Search this
Presenter/funding source:
Donald C. Webster (Donald Colin Webster/Ben Webster), Non-Indian, 1930-1997  Search this
Object Name:
Bowl/Dish with Tlaloc (Rain god) design
Media/Materials:
Pottery, paint
Techniques:
Coiled/hand built, painted
Dimensions:
24.00 x 29.00 x 9.50 cm
Object Type:
Containers and Vessels
Place:
Tomb cache; Copán; Copán Ruinas Municipality; Copán Department; Honduras
Date created:
AD 850-950
Catalog Number:
24/4300
Barcode:
244300.000
See related items:
Ulúa River (archaeological culture)
Classic period Maya (archaeological culture)
Containers and Vessels
Data Source:
National Museum of the American Indian
GUID:
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/ws60c0f7bdd-92a6-4137-8118-50ce1588ed4d
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Asian Pacific Americans: Local Lives, Global Ties

Collection Creator:
Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Introduction:
What does it mean to be a person of Asian or Pacific Island descent living in the United States today? What are the primary strategies for adaptation and change versus sustainability and continuity? These were the questions underlying the 2010 Festival program.

The Asian Pacific American (APA) population of metropolitan Washington, D.C., provided an excellent cross-section of the national APA community. Moreover, its rapid growth made it a good example of the "global/local" and "preservation/transformation" themes that were celebrated at the 2010 Festival. The large number of federal workers and the location of foreign embassies in the nation's capital have brought APAs here from all fifty states and from all Asian countries. While the majority of APAs are foreign-born, those based in D.C. combine both Asian and American influences into many aspects of their lives.

The Festival program brought together people from diverse communities in the Washington, D.C., area to highlight the breadth of traditions practiced by APA cultures. It emphasized the ways in which APAs make connections not only to each other, but also to the broader communities in which they live, work, and play. Through theater, music, dance, and sports performances; demonstrations of language and calligraphy traditions; martial arts, healing arts, and ritual arts; crafts and foodways presentations; and children's activities, Festival visitors could learn about APA identity, history, and culture, discovering shared and integrated traditions.

The Asian Pacific American program was part of a collaborative research and public presentation project between the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage and the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program. Partnering with the University of Maryland, local APA communities, and other organizations, the project researched and documented the cultural heritage of Asian Pacific Americans living in and around the capital region. In addition to the Festival program, the Smithsonian preserves collected stories, images, video, and audio clips of traditional APA culture in its archives and on its Web sites.

Phil Tajitsu Nash was Curator and Arlene Reiniger was Program Coordinator.

The program was produced in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution's Asian Pacific American program. AARP was a Major Donor to the program with additional support from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Juanita Tamayo Lott in memory of Robert H. Lott, OCA, Pragmatics Inc., and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States.
Presenters:
Gina Inocencio, Terry Liu, Lucy Long, Cliff Murphy, Konrad Ng, Franklin Odo, Mark Puryear, Ang Robinson, Take Toma, Gerald Yamada, Michael Wilpers
Participants:
CRAFT TRADITIONS

Menosh Hashim, Indian American Urdu teacher, Falls Church, Virginia

Hongyi He, Chinese American paper cutter, Astoria, New York

HIRO, Japanese American painter and calligrapher, Alexandria, Virginia

Vu Hoi, Vietnamese American calligrapher, Merrifield, Virginia

Akiko Keene, Japanese American doll maker, Potomac, Maryland

Myoung-Won Kwon, Korean American calligrapher, Silver Spring, Maryland

Mereadani Lomaloma, Fijian American tapa painter, Washington, D.C.

Peni Lomaloma, Fijian American tapa painter, Washington, D.C.

Bertrand Mao, Chinese American calligrapher, Potomac, Maryland

Sushmita Mazumdar, Indian American bookmaker, Arlington, Virginia

Helen Sze McCarthy, Taiwanese American painter, Silver Spring, Maryland

Gankhuyag Natsag, Mongolian American mask maker and calligrapher, Arlington, Virginia

Khin Mg San, Burmese American chinlone master and ball maker

Teresiter Sauler, Fijian American tapa painter, Washington, D.C.

Melissa Mokihana Scalph, Hawaiian lei maker, Alexandria, Virginia

Sala Sucu, Fijian American tapa painter, Washington, D.C.

Sivoni Sucu, Fijian American tapa painter, Washington, D.C.

Sue Tun, Burmese American muralist, Alexandria, Virginia

Paiboon Uthikamporn, Thai American calligrapher, Rockville, Maryland

Debi Velasco, Hawaiian lei maker, Lanham, Maryland

FOODWAYS TRADITIONS

Roohi Ahuja, Sikh

Karuna Baskaran, Bangladeshi American, Sterling, Virginia

Najmieh Batmangliji, Iranian American, Washington, D.C.

Evelyn Bunoan, Filipina American

Darlene Butts, Hawaiian

Meenu Chadha, Sikh

Ray Chen, Chinese American, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Nantana Nagavajara Chitman, Thai American, McLean, Virginia

Franklin Fung Chow, Chinese American, Washington, D.C.

Judith Do, Singaporean American, Sterling, Virginia

Nasreen Hasan, Bangladeshi American, Silver Spring, Maryland

Hi Soo Hepinstall, Korean American, Sperryville, Virginia

Aiko Ichimura, Japanese American, Washington, D.C.

Sukiman Kadir, Indonesian American, Silver Spring, Maryland

Sunda Khin, Burmese American, Fairfax, Virginia

Lani Lizarda, Filipina American, Reston, Virginia

Litia Lomalagi, Fijian American, Washington, D.C.

Louise Lomaloma, Fijian American, Washington, D.C.

Nit Malikul, Thai American, Silver Spring, Maryland

Mya Mya Myaing, Burmese American, Alexandria, Virginia

Mariette Hiu Newcomb, Chinese American, Vienna, Virginia

Tien Nguyen, Vietnamese American

John Tin Pe, Burmese American, Washington, D.C.

Penny Phoon, Malaysian American

Seng Luangrath Pradachith, Lao American

Vilayphone Rattana, Lao American, Woodbridge, Virginia

Noriko Sanefuji, Japanese American, Washington, D.C.

Terry Segawa, Japanese American, Bethesda, Maryland

Shantanu Sen, Indian American, Fairfax, Virginia

Warren Sonoda, Hawaiian, Alexandria, Virginia

Viengmone Sophavandy, Lao American, Silver Spring, Maryland

Lehua Melanie Stewart, Hawaiian

Sala Sucu, Fijian American, Washington, D.C.

Sam-Oeun Tes, Cambodian American

Lok Tiwari, Nepalese American, Silver Spring, Maryland

Arnedo "Nedo" Valera, Filipino American, Fairfax, Virginia

Benita Wong, Chinese American, Vienna, Virginia

PERFORMANCE TRADITIONS

Aloha Boys (Hawaiian) -- Aloha Boys (Hawaiian)Glen Hirabayashi, McLean, VirginiaIsaac Ho'opi', McLean, VirginiaIrv Queja, McLean, Virginia

American Bando Association (Burmese American) -- American Bando Association (Burmese American)Dara Brown, Bryan Carr, Sidney Grandison, Richard Gray, Fredericka Prevost, Levron Scuchalter, John Tolbert, André Turner, Duvon Winborne

Bhangra and Giddha: Folk Dances of Punjab

Burma American Buddhist Association

Burmese American Dance -- Burmese American DanceKyaw Tha Hla, Myat Yin Chaw

Cambodian American Heritage Inc. -- Cambodian American Heritage Inc.Solei Becker, Paula Chea, Bonavy Chhim, Juliana Dos, Angela Ea, Laura Kun, Marina Kun, Lynna Lam, Alyssa Lim, Davina Lim, Maleena Lim, Samontha Lushinski, Victoria Mam, Diana Ouk, Kristina Ouk, Aleeyha Sophia Prak, Grace Rafferty, Megan Jean Smith, Chhomnimol Murielle Sokhon, Voleak Evelyn Sokhon, Kesarah Touch, Elizabeth Yap, Erica Yap, Katherine Yap, Regina Yap, Stephanie Yap, Darlene You, Vannika Jasmine You

Cambodian Buddhist Society Culture Group -- Cambodian Buddhist Society Culture GroupAnthony, Khalarath Bloesch, Kim Bloesch, Rachna Chhay, Rachny Chhay, Ngek Chum, Sovan Chum, Key Ek, Viphas Heng, Sophy Hoeung, Ra Klay, Elizabeth Korn, Dinita Mani, Masady Mani, Sok Nou, Chanversa Omkar, Chris Omkar, Joanna Pecore, Annong Phann, Dante Phann, Bobbharath Rithipol, Manida Sam, Vathana Say, Suejane Tan, Sunny Tech, Allsya Thao, Victor Thao, Sochietah Ung, Ganbott Voey

Chinatown Community Cultural Center and the Wong People, Washington, D.C. -- Chinatown Community Cultural Center and the Wong People, Washington, D.C.Sifu Raymond Wong, Mei Cao, Sue Lin Li, Damian Ma, Charles Meadows, Michael Peters, Dat Phan, Can-Ye Wong

Chinese Opera (Society for Kunqu Arts)

Dana Tai Soon Burgess & Company (Korean American), Washington, D.C.

Dhroopad (Bangladeshi American)

Fiji Vesi Tagitagi Ensemble -- Fiji Vesi Tagitagi EnsembleLitia Lomalagi, Sili Lomalagi, Louise Lomaloma, Sala Sucu, Saula Sucu

Fil-Am Dance Ensemble (Migrant Heritage Commission)

Ganga (Bengali American) -- Ganga (Bengali American)Hitabrata Roy, Vienna, VirginiaKrishna RoyBroto Roy, Falls Church, VirginiaNupur LahiriIndrajit Roy ChowdhuryGautam Adhikari

Hakka Association in the Washington Metropolitan Area

Hakka TungFa Chorus of Greater Washington, D.C.

Halau Ho'omau (Hawaiian)

Halau O'Aulani (Hawaiian)

Hawaiian Serenaders and Dancers

Himalayan Music Group from Nepal with Prem Raja Mahat

India International School

Kaur Foundation (Sikh)

Korean American Cultural Arts Foundation

Lao American Break-dancers -- Lao American Break-dancersBinly AKA Lancer, Kennedy Phounsiri, Ranny Sitthideth, Issy Visarayachack

Lao American Women's Association of Greater Washington, D.C. -- Lao American Women's Association of Greater Washington, D.C.Sue Chaison, Reagan Naughton, Sengpheth Sandara, Nicky Tummatip

Lao Heritage Foundation Musicians -- Lao Heritage Foundation MusiciansBriana Chaisone, Bobby Inthavong, Khamsa Sounviengxay, Xai Souphom

Lao Swan Dance Group -- Lao Swan Dance GroupMimi Chanthaphone, Sivilay Phabmixay, Silidavone Phanthavong, Christina Sivanthaphanith

Marshallese Community

Mongolian School of Greater Washington

Mongolian Wrestlers

Nen Daiko—Ekoji Buddhist Temple (Japanese American) -- Nen Daiko—Ekoji Buddhist Temple (Japanese American)Cordula Dahal, Brant Horio, Maya Horio, Emily Ihara, Lisa Iwahara, Diane Miyasato, Greg Nakamura, Lisa Noguchi, Kevin Shin

Nepal Dance School

Nguyen Dinh Nghia (Vietnamese American), Bowie, Maryland -- Nguyen Dinh Nghia (Vietnamese American), Bowie, MarylandFa Hoang, Tuan Hoang, Tung Huynh, Hoa Nguyen, Phuong Nguyen, Trang Nguyen

Northern Virginia Rondalla (Filipino American)

Pakistani American Association

Rumah Gadang (Indonesian American), Arlington, Virginia -- Rumah Gadang (Indonesian American), Arlington, VirginiaMuhammad Afdal, Nani Afdal, Ni Nyoman Noviantari Djangkuak, Obaida Farid, Zaafira Jaya, Hendri Julizardo, Malik Kadir, Sukiman Kadir, Urooba Khan, Julia Kurnia, Tera Kurnia, Aldo Lawindo, Alya Lawindo, Abdul Malik, Hairul Nizam, Raisha Nanda Noer, Putri Sudrajat, Vita Sumedi, Ni Kadek Sutami, Amara Wibowo, Jannah Alfallah Yusuf

Sama Ensemble (Persian American) -- Sama Ensemble (Persian American)Ali Analouei, Giti Abrishami, Whoman Bahrami, Behnaz Bibizadeh, Steve Bloom, Naser Khorasani, Azam Shariatpanahi, Souri Shirzadi

Samia Mahbub Ahmad (Indian American) -- Samia Mahbub Ahmad (Indian American)Samia Mahbub Ahmad, Vasanti Athavale, Debapriya Nayak

Samoan Community of Washington, D.C.

Shizumi Kodomo Dance Troupe (Japanese American) -- Shizumi Kodomo Dance Troupe (Japanese American)Misaki Buker, Sakurako Buker, Carolyn Hane, Shizumi Manale, Chie Meier, Maki Meier, Naomi Meier, Oksana Micheale, Jessa Nather, Rena Schwartz, Ami Yanai

Sikh Kirtani Jatha

Somapa Thai Dance Company -- Somapa Thai Dance CompanySuteera Nagavajara, Chotima Eiamchim, Saul Gonzalez, Puangtip Manakul, Geoffrey Nelson, Boosaba Pananon, Warin Tepayayone, Kotchakorn Thepnorarat, Daranee Yongpradit

Sri Lankan Ensemble

Sulu D.C. (Asian Pacific American) -- Sulu D.C. (Asian Pacific American)Kilusan Bautistsa, Lily Bee, Regie Cabico (host), Alexander Cena, Simone Jacobson, Gowri K, Jenny C. Lares, iLL-Literacy, The Pinstriped Rebel (deejay), SNRG, Tiayi Sun, Yoko K

Sutera Malaysia

Sutradhar Institute (Indian American)

Tae Kwon Do

Ultimate Kali-Eskrima (Filipino American) -- Ultimate Kali-Eskrima (Filipino American)Walter H. Crisostomo, Wesley H. Crisostomo, Lexi D. Crisostomo, Kibok Kim, Ron Laster, Hans Ege Werger

Veiyasana Dance Troupe (Fijian American) -- Veiyasana Dance Troupe (Fijian American)Venina Bulewakula, Akisi Catanasiga, Emali Catanasiga, Evaloni Catanasiga, Emma Koroiveibau, Adi Lusiana Lomalagi, Sailasa Lomalagi, Mereadani Lomaloma, Josivini Tokalauvere

Washington Chushan Chinese Opera

Washington Gu-Zheng Ensemble -- Washington Gu-Zheng EnsembleGrace Chu, Alice Kan, Kent Kan, Jane Li, Li Li, Phoebe Liu, Angela Wang

Washington Toho Koto Society -- Washington Toho Koto SocietyZainab Abdul-Rahim, Miya Aoki, Jim Best, Kyle Brady, Wanda Butler Hardie, Colin Khem, Lombar Martinez, Kyoko Okamoto, Keiko O'Rourke, Sachiko Smith, Izumi Tamanaha, Yoshiko Tucker

Wat Thai of Washington, D.C.

TALKSTORY DISCUSSION STAGE -- TALKSTORY DISCUSSION STAGEKiran Ahuja, Keola Akana, Chris Baltazar, Kumar Barve, Ahmad Borhani and family, Hung Bui, Eric Byler, Yoonmee Chang, Nicholas Chen, Wendy Cheng, Laura Chin, Harry Chow, Sandy Hoa Dang, Judith Do, Tammy Duckworth, Kimmie Duong, Ryan Edgar, Eni Faleomavaega, Theo-dric Feng, Cora Foley, Jennie Chin Hansen, Lisa Hasegawa, HIRO, Mazie Hirono, Vu Hoi, Michael Honda, Bel Leong Hong, Terry Hong, Nasima Hosain, Kun-yen Huang, Hoa Tu Huong, Tommy Hwang, Grant Ichikawa, Gina Inocencio, Tim Johnson, Tanya Joshua, Harminder Kaur, Mark Keam, Phyllis Khaing, Jeong H. Kim, Yann King, Harold Koh, Howard Koh, Soohyun Julie Koo, Ford Kuramoto, Chin-fun Kwok, Myoung-Won Kwon, Cherry Kwunyeun, Rosetta Lai, Jenny Lares, Brigitte Le, D. Lee, Susan Lee, Wendy Lim, Michael Lin, Lawrence Liu, Juanita Tamayo Lott, Gerald Maa, Harpal S. Mangat, Bertrand Mao, Gale Awaya McCallum, Lurline McGregor, Norman Mineta, V. Mirandah, Ruby Moy, Myamya Myaing, Hiu Newcomb and family, Long Nguyen, Franklin Odo, Annabel Park, H.K. Park, Alakananda Paul, Dilip Paul, Saswati Paul, Mali Phonpadith, Lili Qi, Shirley Queja, Sonia Reynolds, Anna Rhee, Amy Rider, Miriam Riedmiller, Noriko Sanefuji, Larry Shinagawa, Eric Shinseki, Shiro Shintaku, Sala Sucu, Saula Sucu, Carol Takafuji, Annie Tao, Take Toma, Sandi Tun, Carmelita Tursi, Kris Valderrama, Yeni Wong, Gerald Yamada, Bruce Yamashita, Joanne Yamauchi, Al Yanger, Charlotte Yeh, Joanna Zhao
Collection Restrictions:
Access by appointment only. Where a listening copy or viewing copy has been created, this is indicated in the respective inventory; additional materials may be accessible with sufficient advance notice and, in some cases, payment of a processing fee. Older papers are housed at a remote location and may require a minimum of three weeks' advance notice and payment of a retrieval fee. Certain formats such as multi-track audio recordings and EIAJ-1 videoreels (1/2 inch) may not be accessible. Contact the Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections at 202-633-7322 or rinzlerarchives@si.edu for additional information.
Collection Rights:
Copyright and other restrictions may apply. Generally, materials created during a Festival are covered by a release signed by each participant permitting their use for personal and educational purposes; materials created as part of the fieldwork leading to a Festival may be more restricted. We permit and encourage such personal and educational use of those materials provided digitally here, without special permissions. Use of any materials for publication, commercial use, or distribution requires a license from the Archives. Licensing fees may apply in addition to any processing fees.
Collection Citation:
Smithsonian Folklife Festival records: 2010 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, Smithsonian Institution.
Identifier:
CFCH.SFF.2010, Series 2
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México

Collection Creator:
Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Introduction:
Over its long history, Mexico has become a window onto other ways of seeing and living in the world - a pluralistic, diverse, many-layered Mexico that is challenging to fully know or categorize - part unknown and part amazing. Long before Europeans arrived there, Mexico's varied peoples and cultures intersected. Constant migration from north to south, and also in reverse, produced a web of interrelated yet distinct beliefs. A bounty of natural elements united by agriculture and religion formed a broad foundation for highly complex cultures.

The México program at the 2010 Festival illustrated the complexity and diversity of these cultural crossroads by focusing on several representative communities in Mexico today, focusing in particular on indigenous peoples. The Festival site on the National Mall also served as a crossroads where these contemporary communities could engage an international public. Here visitors could meet the Maya - corn cultivators, traditional artisans, and beekeepers; the Téenek, whose ceremonies relate to their position within the natural world and universe; the weavers from Oaxaca who brighten their wool with dyes taken from nature and are neighbors to the producers of mescal and chocolate; the artesa dancers, a living example of the African presence in Mexico, who reaffirm the constant pace and permanence of cultures; the chinelo dancers, where the Spanish and Moorish cross with the local; the chinamperos, creators of lake agriculture, known as chinampas; and the legendary Wixárika who have formed a union to protect their sacred spaces.

And, as at every Festival, visitors could also listen - to the music of the son, with harps, violins, and guitars that created the musical region of the mariachi, which extends from Michoacán to Colima; to the dramatic heart-rending a cappella singing tradition of the cardencheros, which is so distinctive to the plains of the Comarca Lagunera of Coahuila and Durango; and to the Comcáac, who have incorporated rhythms from the United States into their ritual music.

Mexico's contemporary communities strive to preserve their memories and their history in the context of the present day. The crossroads that is Mexico has, like the Téenek fliers, a view of the four directions of the universe while rotating ceaselessly around the sun. When the fliers descend from heaven, they are like rain falling on the earth to fertilize it. Where on earth they land may be regarded as the very materialization of Tamoachan - the place of creation, which the ancient inhabitants of Mexico imagined as paradise. It was that creativity that the Mexico program brought to the National Mall.

Olivia Cadaval and Rodolfo Palma Rojo were Curators and Cristina Díaz-Carrera was Program Coordinator. Alejandra de la Paz, Cultural Institute of Mexico; Martha González Ríos, National Council for Culture and the Arts; and Benito Taibo, National Institute of Anthropology and History, were Project Directors.

Curatorial Advisors included: Arnulfo Ambriz, Carmen Anzures, Francisco Barriga, Rodolfo Fernández, María Antonieta Gallart, Jesús Jáuregui, Xilonen María del Carmen Luna Ruiz, Benito Taibo Mahojo, Rosa María Garza Marcué, Carmen Morales, Fernando Nava, Ángela Ochoa, Daniel Sheehy, Enrique Serrano, José Luis Vera, and Mette Marie Wacher. Regional Coordinators included: Enrique Martín Briceño for Yucatán; Marco Carvajal for Campeche; Ignacio Bonilla Arroyo for Guadalajara; Miguel Angel Fuentes Barrios for Atlatlahucan; Javier Jiménez Terán; José Rafael Medina Avila; Benjamín Muratalla; and Diana Reyes González.

The program was produced in partnership with the National Council for Culture and the Arts, the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico, the Embassy of Mexico, and the Mexican Cultural Institute, with the collaboration of the Consejo de Promoción Turística, Sagarpa, Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas, and the Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas.
Fieldwork researchers:
Rogelio Caballero, Rodolfo Fernández, César González Hermosillo, Jesús Jáuregui, Xilonen María del Carmen Luna Ruiz, Carmen Morales, Benjamín Muratalla, Daniel Sheehy, José Luis Vera
Presenters:
Xochitl C. Chávez, Adriana Cruz Manjarrez, Juan Dies, Rodolfo Fernández, Santiago Garfias, Martha González, César González Hermosillo, Sergio Inurrigarro de la Vega, Enrique Lamadrid, Xilonen María del Carmen Luna Ruiz, Mintzi Martinez-Rivera, Mario Montaño, Genevieve Mooser, Carlos Muench, Olga Najera-Ramírez, Rodolfo Palma Rojo, Gabriela Pérez Báez, Russell Rodríguez, Emily Socolov, Quetzalli Sotelo, Marta Turok, Steve Velasquez, Cynthia Vidaurri, Ranald Woodaman
Participants:
Participants

Artesanía de Hoja de Maíz -- Artesanía de Hoja de MaízAriedna Garcilazo Rosas, 1982-, corn husk crafts, Xochimilco, MexicoRosalinda Rosas Salas, 1968-, corn husk crafts, Xochimilco, MexicoAmalia Salas Casales, 1936-, corn husk crafts, Xochimilco, Mexico

Cardencheros de Sapioriz -- Cardencheros de SapiorizGenaro Chavarría Ponce, 1936-, singer, Durango, MexicoFidel Elizalde García, 1944-, singer, Durango, MexicoJosé Guadalupe Salazar Vázquez, 1946-, singer, Durango, MexicoAntonio Valles Luna, 1934-, singer, Durango, MexicoJuan Francisco Cázares Ugarte, 1963-, presenter, Coahuila, Mexico

Chinelos de Atlatlahucan -- Chinelos de AtlatlahucanLucio Ramón Aranda Aparicio, 1984-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoOscar Nazario Aranda Aparicio, 1978-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoFrancisco Javier Aranda Arenales, 1957-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoAntonio García Ramírez, 1943-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoLigorio García Ramírez, 1950-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoRogaciano Clemente García Ramírez, 1966-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoBertín Martínez Neri, 1956-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoAmado Torres Sánchez, 1955-, musician, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoMiguel Ángel Fuentes Barrios, 1976-, dancer, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoLuís Granados de la Rosa, 1957-, dancer, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoMaría del Socorro Martínez Peña, 1965-, dancer, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoÉdgar Aman Martínez Rodríguez, 1981-, dancer, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoAlma Delia Reyes Linares, 1990-, dancer, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoKarem Rodríguez Pacheco, 1989-, dancer, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, MexicoEdmundo Saúl Jahen Anzures, 1982-, craftsman, Atlatlahucan, Morelos, Mexico

Comcáac (Seri)—Hamac Caziim -- Comcáac (Seri)—Hamac CaziimJuan de Dios Martínez Ibarra, second guitarJeremías López Félix, 1977-, electric bass, Punta Chueca, Sonora, MexicoFrancisco Molina Sesma, 1970-, vocalist, dancer, Hermosillo, Sonora, MexicoAnselmo Morales Astorga, 1965-, first guitar, Hermosillo, Sonora, MexicoDiana Reyes González, 1972-, coordinator, Hermosillo, Sonora, MexicoIsrael Robles Barnett, 1973-, director, drums, Hermosillo, Sonora, MexicoSilvia Irene Robles Blanco, craftsperson, Sonora, MexicoAngélica Irene Romero Montaño, 1980-, craftsperson, Hermosillo, Sonora, MexicoMayra Alejandra Valencia Martínez, 1982-, craftsperson, Punta Chueca, Sonora, Mexico

Dulces de Santa Cruz Acalpixca, Xochimilco -- Dulces de Santa Cruz Acalpixca, XochimilcoMaría del Carmen Francisco Colín, 1963-, candy maker, Xochimilco, D.F., MexicoAlfredo Ortega Melquiades, 1963-, candy maker, Xochimilco, D.F., Mexico

Fábrica de Mezcal, Perla Blanca -- Fábrica de Mezcal, Perla BlancaJulia Gutiérrez Santiago, 1969-, mezcal production, cook, Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca, MexicoCutberto Santiago Sernas, 1966-, mezcal production, Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca, MexicoLorenzo Antonio Santiago Gutiérrez, 1987-, mezcal production, Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca, Mexico

Grupo de Fandango de Artesa Los Quilamos -- Grupo de Fandango de Artesa Los QuilamosPrimitivo Efrén Mayrén Santos, 1937-, director, musician, singer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoRosa Cruz Del Valle, dancerVíctor Manuel Díaz López, 1995-, dancer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoCatalino Arlindo Mayrén Cruz, 1996-, dancer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoJulio César Mayrén Santos, 1992-, dancer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoBianca Beatriz Palacios Hernández, 1992-, dancer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoTirso Salinas Juárez, 1980-, musician, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoTirso Pablo Salinas Palacios, 1949-, musician, fisherman, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoDulce María Santos Sandoval, 1971-, dancer, singer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, MexicoJuana Vargas Castañeda, 1991-, dancer, singer, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, Mexico

Las Chinampas -- Las ChinampasRoberto Páez González, 1959-, chinampa historian, Xochimilco, D.F., MexicoJosé Genovevo Pérez Espinosa, 1956-, chinampa farmer, Xochimilco, D.F., Mexico

Laudero -- LauderoBenito Hernández Villagrana, 1939-, mariachi instrument maker, Las Varas, Nayarit, MexicoMaría Guadalupe Hernández Curiel, 1984-, mariachi instrument maker, Las Varas, Nayarit, Mexico

Los Verdaderos Caporales de Apatzingán -- Los Verdaderos Caporales de ApatzingánRicardo Gutiérrez Villa, 1931-, director, violin, Apatzingán, Michoacán, MexicoTaurino Duarte Murillo, 1963-, arpa grande, Apatzingán, Michoacán, MexicoPolito Juárez Barragán, 1954-, vihuela, Tepalcatepec, Michoacán, MexicoIsidoro Morfín Martínez, 1929-, jarana, Apatzingán, Michoacán, MexicoManuel Pérez Morfín, 1949-, violin, Apatzingán, Michoacán, Mexico

Mariachi Tradicional Los Tíos -- Mariachi Tradicional Los TíosMayra Alejandra Hernández Salcedo, 1988-, dancer, cook, Villa Purificación, Jalisco, MexicoGustavo Salcedo Gutiérrez, 1961-, vihuela, mechanic, Villa Purificación, Jalisco, MexicoSalvador Salcedo Sánchez, 1937-, guitarrón, carpenter, Villa Purificación, Jalisco, MexicoHéctor Uribe Castillo, 1978-, dancer, blacksmith, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, MexicoJuan Zavalza Sánchez, 1940-, violin, carpenter, Villa Purificación, Jalisco, MexicoFidel Zavalza Lepe, 1981-, guitar, carpenter, Villa Purificación, Jalisco, Mexico

Milperos Maya de Campeche -- Milperos Maya de CampecheElsa María Dzul Cahuich, 1967-, milpa farmer, cook, Bolonchen de Rejón, Campeche, MexicoAlejandra Vera Uc, 1967-, milpa farmer, cook, Bolonchen de Rejón, Campeche, MexicoJuan Leonel Cahuich Ramírez, 1964-, milpa farmer, beekeeper, Bolonchen de Rejón, Campeche, MexicoGerónimo Uc May, 1962-, milpa farmer, beekeeper, Bolonchen de Rejón, Campeche, MexicoGerónimo Alfredo Uc Vera, 1999-, children's games, Bolonchen de Rejón, Campeche, Mexico

Mujeres de Xocchel, Artesanía de Henequén -- Mujeres de Xocchel, Artesanía de HenequénCelsa María Iuit Moo, 1939-, henequen fiber weaver, Xocchel, Yucatán, MexicoSara Carolina Pool Matú, 1992-, henequen fiber weaver, Xocchel, Yucatán, Mexico

Son de Madera Trio -- Son de Madera TrioRamón Gutiérrez Hernández, 1967-, guitarra de son, singer, jarocho instrument maker, Xalapa, Veracruz, MexicoPatricio Hidalgo Belli, 1966-, singer, jarana musician, Minatitlán, Veracruz, MexicoRubí Oseguera Rueda, 1976-, dancer, México, D.F., Mexico

Tapetes de Teotitlán -- Tapetes de TeotitlánMaría Sosa Luís, 1955-, weaver, cook, Teotitlán de Valle, Oaxaca, MexicoJoel Vicente Contreras, 1959-, weaver, Teotitlán de Valle, Oaxaca, MexicoMarcela Vicente Sosa, 1985-, weaver, Teotitlán de Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico

Téenek (Huastecos) -- Téenek (Huastecos)Mariana Crisóstomo Zapata, 1964-, dancer in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoHilaria Martínez Santos, 1991-, dancer in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoMaría Concepción Méndez Orta, 1942-, dancer in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoMaría Juana Santos Miramontes, 1965-, dancer in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoBernardino Martínez Santos, 1988-, flier in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoRodrigo Martínez Zapata, 1961-, flier in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoJuan Reyes Méndez, 1961-, flier in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoManuel Reyes Crisóstomo, 1983-, flier in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoBenigno Robles Reyes, 1963-, director of Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, MexicoJuan Miguel Santiago Reyes, 1938-, musician, flier in Palo Volantin ceremony, Tancanhuitz, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

Wixárika (Huichol) -- Wixárika (Huichol)Alejandro Severiano Carrillo Carrillo, 1952-, craftsperson, Mezquitic, Jalisco, MexicoAnselmo Carrillo Moreno, 1972-, craftsperson, Mezquitic, Jalisco, MexicoMacario Matías Carrillo, 1952-, craftsperson, El Nayar, Nayarit, MexicoJosé Santos Carrillo Carrillo, 1944-, musician, Mezquital, Durango, MexicoCristóbal Carrillo de la Cruz, 1948-, musician, Mezquital, Durango, MexicoLucina Carrillo Carrillo, 1990-, craftsperson, Mezquital, Durango, MexicoSusana Carrillo López, 1970-, craftsperson, Mezquitic, Jalisco, MexicoDemetria de la Cruz de la Cruz, 1979-, craftsperson, Mezquital, Durango, MexicoMarcelina López de la Cruz, 1961-, craftsperson, Agua Aceda, Nayarit, MexicoBasilia Muñoz de la Cruz, 1956-, craftsperson, Tepic, Nayarit, MexicoJaime Carrillo López, 1978-, president of the Wixárika Union's Vigilance Committee, Mezquitic, Jalisco, MexicoRamón de la Cruz Carrillo, 1935-, marakame, shaman, El Nayar, Nayarit, MexicoEleuterio de la Cruz Ramírez, 1971-, Wixárika Union president, El Nayar, Nayarit, MexicoFrancisco González de la Cruz, 1957-, Wixárika Union secretary, Mezquital, Durango, MexicoFelipe Serio Chino, 1978-, Wixárika Union secretary, Tuxpan de Bolaños, Jalisco, MexicoJuan Ortiz de la Cruz, traditional governor

Tequila Caballito Cerrero, Fábrica Santa Rita -- Tequila Caballito Cerrero, Fábrica Santa RitaMiguel Claudio Jiménez Vizcarra, 1950-, owner, Guadalajara, Jalisco, MexicoJavier Alfonso Jiménez Vizcarra, 1955-, owner, Zapopan, Jalisco, MexicoJavier Alfonso Jiménez Terán, 1985-, manager, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
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Festival Recordings: Asian Fusions: Tradition and Innovation: Japanese American (Nen Daiko-Ekoji Buddhist Temple: Cordula Dahal, Brant Horio, Maya Horio, Emily Ihara, Lisa Iwahara, Diane Miyasato, Greg Nakamura, Lisa Noguchi, Kevin Shin); Tradition and...

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Festival Recordings: Talk Story: Maintaining Tradition or Fitting in? (Nilimma Devi, Sherry, Maya); Symbolism in Dance and Craft (Manu Ikaika, Napua Wiley); Making a New Place Home (Joanna Zhao, Phyllis Khaing); Local Community Oral Histories (Nguyen D...

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Maya

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Dr. Maya Angelou In Conversation with Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole - National Portrait Gallery

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Open Studio: Maya Lin

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DIGITAL YOU #3: Put Yourself into a Game!

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DIGITAL YOU #2: Putting Your Own Face on a 3D Character

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DIGITAL YOU #1: Create a 3D You in Under an Hour!

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The Andalusian Samâ of Tétouan

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This Ancient Mayan City Was Home to a Legendary King

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How This Mayan Legend Inspired a Deadly Ballgame

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The Secret Behind the Ancient Mayan's Agricultural Prowess

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Advanced Tech Reveals Shocking News About an Ancient Mayan City

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Maya Lin at Smithsonian American Art - Updated Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNQUQLzKRk0

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Maya Lin Interview for WONDER at the Renwick Gallery

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Installation of "Folding The Chesapeake" by Maya Lin

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