Vision and Tradition is an initiative of Design Week México y México Territorio Creativo, which links artisans and designers to collaborate and create different collections together. During the 2019 edition, Yucatán was one of the guests and we were selected to be hosts. The invited designers collaborated with the artisan communities that work on the techniques of: backstrap loom, jipijapa weaving, stone carving, sewn henequen, filigree, horn carving and warping. The collection of 10 objects was exhibited at Taller Maya Santa Ana.

Programa de residencias entre México y Cuba que dio como resultado el trabajo colaborativo entre artesanos y diseñadores. Durante el mes de julio del 2020 se llevó a cabo la exposición Visión y Tradición en el Estado de Yucatán, en colaboración con Fundación Haciendas del Mundo Maya. Las técnicas artesanales expuestas en esta colección, representan la memoria colectiva de nuestros pueblos originarios. Técnicas artesanales exhibidas: telar de cintura de henequén, henequén costurado, filigrana, jipijapa, piedra, cuerno, urdido y macramé.

 

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Taller Maya is a collective brand of Mexican design formed by artisan social enterprises and a team that works for the promotion and development of the living Mayan culture. We are part of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) and we are a certified B-Company.
Taller Maya is a collective brand of Mexican design formed by artisan social enterprises and a team that works for the promotion and development of the living Mayan culture. We are part of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) and we are a certified B-Company.
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