Twitter: http://twitter.com/vochol Contacto/Contact: amigosdelmap@gmail.com Vochol® es el primer arte-objeto huichol sobre ruedas del mundo. Es un hecho sin precedente e irrepetible en la historia del arte popular, que enaltece de manera espectacular la riqueza cultural y artística de México. Vochol ® is the first objet d´art of Huichol art on wheels in the world . It is an unprecedented and unique in the history of popular art, which dramatically enhances the cultural and artistic wealth of Mexico. Asociacion de Amigos del MAP, A.C.www.amigosmap.org.mx/ Museo de Arte Popular http://www.map.df.gob.mx/ VOCHOL http://www.vochol.org.mx/

viernes, 27 de abril de 2012

Vochol® ; Student artwork program in Denver





Call for Participation to All DPS Arts Students

Let’s welcome Vochol®  to Denver by showcasing the ingenuity of DPS  arts students!


The concept of Vochol®  – Huichol Art on Wheels  was developed by personnel at the Museo de Arte Popular. This was after they saw a series of other cars with the same concept, yet different materials.

Vochol®  is the Culmination of:
9,408 hours  -  2000,000 glass seed beads  -  35 lbs of special resin, fabric, pain, and yarn
-  the Creative inspiration of two Wixarika (Huichol) families from West Central Mexico.

 Vochol®  will be on display at the Denver International Airport from June – August, 2012
DPS Student artwork will also be displayed  during this time at D.I.A.
Student field trip, Unveiling Ceremony  to D.I.A., tentative dates are May 22 or 23 (buses provided)





  • Connected to the theme (but not replicate) VOCHOL® – Artistic Idea as the Vehicle
  • Student collaboration, expanded use of the imagination, unique ideas
  • Creative surface for your canvas and material choice – No Flat Surfaces
  • Can be connected to Mythology, History, Cultural,  or Create your own story
  • All arts disciplines are encouraged to participate
  • Material fees are available if needed  -  let me know
  • Student artwork will be displayed at D.I.A. during the VOCHOL®  exhibit
    • Submitted work completed by May 15 / images of work submitted to Arts Dept.
  • Student field trip Unveiling Ceremony  to D.I.A., tentative dates are May 22 or 23 (buses provided)
  • RSVP to Capucine-chapman@dpsk12.org and for additional information.

 

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