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Traveling Exhibitions

  • THUMBNAIL 65 copy

    Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book of the Quiché through Illustration

    Around 1,000 A.D. in the present-day country of Guatemala, a highland Mayan people called the Quiché created in pictographic form a creation myth of the Universe in which a pair of Hero Twins must descend into the Underworld to save the next and final generation of humanity. Artist Jaime Arredondo has painstakingly brought it back to life by creating 65 illustrations of the story following it chronologically.
    • Bilingual/Spanish Fine Art History Illustration Native and Indigenous Art/Culture
    • LowMedium
    • 7 Weeks
  • AwaySQ
    • Humanities Native and Indigenous Art/Culture Social Justice
    • Low
    • 7 Weeks

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