Arcade Gallery

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016 to JANUARY 14, 2017

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An exhibition of masks carved by Felipe Horta and various other mask artists from the village of Tocuaro, in Michoacan. These masks are used in the ceremonial dances (pastorelas) staged during the community fiesta held each February. Tocuaro is locally and nationally known for its mask artists (mascareros) and the well-carved and painted masks that they produce.

Crafting Identity: Transnational Indian Arts and the Politics of Race in Central Mexico, by Pavel Shlossberg


Gonzaga Bulletin: Dr. Pavel Shlossberg discusses new exhibit at Jundt Art Museum


Dr Pavel Shlossberg lecture: Globalization and the Practice of Folk Catholicism in Michoacan, Mexico