An education on Michoacan handcrafts in a single (Palm) Sunday

  Despite the fact that by far, most of Mexico's handcraft and folk art industry is supported by foreign tourism and collectors, the country does not really do enough to promote the communities that produce artesanía nor events related to them as tourist attractions in their own right. Too often, museums, galleries and government entities promote … Continue reading An education on Michoacan handcrafts in a single (Palm) Sunday

Gringos and villagers

We treat the artists with respect. It absolutely blows their mind when we take an artist from Chiapas, who lives in the hills. They live in these little tiny houses, with roads that are hardly passable. They’ve never left. They come on a bus to a place they don’t know … and they stay in … Continue reading Gringos and villagers