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Stories to Heal the World: The Art and Life of the Huichol Indians of the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico

THIRD THURSDAY SALON

Feb 18th @ 7pm

FREE and open to the public!

Stories to Heal the World: The Art and Life of the Huichol Indians of the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico

World Class Photographer and one of the founders of Da Vinci Art Alliance, presented by Michele Belluomini, poet and storyteller who had been visiting and studying this population for over 25 years. 

Michele will talk about their ancient culture & beliefs, their complex mythology and their visionary art work. There will be a display of some of their varied artwork. The Huichol people are one of the last tribes in the Americas to have maintained their pre-Columbian traditions. 

Michele Belluomini is a poet and storyteller. During the last 15 years she has performed at many schools, libraries, museums, and storytelling festivals in the Philadelphia area and beyond. She has also been a visiting lecturer at the University of the Arts, Holy Family, and Drexel Universities. Michele's poetry has been published in journals and online, as well as 2 chapbooks published by Plan B Press of Alexandria, VA, and has read her work in many places in Philadelphia. She works as Adjunct Library Faculty at the Community College of Philadelphia. 

Questions? info@davinciartalliance.org

Earlier Event: February 17
OPEN LENS II - Gallery Hours
Later Event: February 20
OPEN LENS II - Gallery Hours