The Indigenous Community of Tateikié Wixarika (San Andrés Cohamiata Mezquitic, Jalisco) conducts the sixth edition of its festival from March 27 to April 10, opening an extraordinary window into the universe Wixarika through art, singing and ancestral ceremonies.
The exhibition will be at the exhibition area of Plaza Caracol (open daily from 10 am to 9 pm) where 50 artists will present their mystical art in a framework of fair trade. For two weeks they will show their great skills in wax beads and yarn and wood, as well as the beautiful embroidery with their cosmogony reflected in his highly original aesthetic code. In addition to the expo-sale, every day you can hear the ancient music, followed by popular Wixárika traditional mariachi music.
At the opening of the show at 6 pm, Sunday March 27, the audience can watch the ceremony of Cambio de Varas, a valuable exercise in promoting intercultural understanding, religious and linguistic.
On the Sundays (April 3 and 10), also at 6 pm, there will be two of the most representative ritual ceremonies of their agricultural calendar: ceremonia del Hikuri Neixa (Danza del Peyote) and the Tatei Neixa (Fiesta del Tambor) to which all are cordially invited.