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Blue Deer Center

People come from all over the world to immerse in our programs  – a place to take a pause from the struggle of everyday life to restore, connect with our spirits, and ultimately find balance in our lives by reawakening our deepest knowing of nature.

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Huichol Art Gallery

AMR Studio Tour

WHEN:

July 26 – 28, 2024,
11am – 5pm

WHERE:

Blue Deer Center, Margaretville, New York

TUITION:

no charge

In 2013 the Huichol Art Project opened the Huichol Art Gallery at Blue Deer Center in Margaretville. We welcome you to visit us during the Open Studio Tour and throughout the year.


For 20 years the Huichol Art Project has traveled to the village of San Andrés Cohamiata, called Tatei Kie in Wixárika, to purchase art directly from the artists and artisans of the village. We have managed to do this through many challenges - covid, hurricanes and cartel presence- so that the village can continue to depend on the funds that come from the project. Even as the villagers are self-reliant farmers, they need some monetary income to provide for their families. A purchase from one artist supports not only the whole family but also provides support for the village.


In the remote mountains of Mexico’s Sierra Madre, the Huichol or Wixàrika people live in the ways of their ancestors. They are renowned for their capacity to bring healing through their relationship with the sacred landscape. They see all things - from the sun, moon, wind and rain to the mountains and desert, the springs, rivers and ocean, the plants and animals and the soil itself - as divine manifestations in an intricately interwoven world of relationship. They are celebrated for the brilliance of their beadwork and yarn paintings. The imagery of their art tells the stories of who they are, how they relate to each other and the living, sacred world. They maintain their sacred traditions not only for themselves but for the benefit of all humanity.

AMR Studio Tour

In 2013 the Huichol Art Project opened the Huichol Art Gallery at Blue Deer Center in Margaretville. We welcome you to visit us during the Open Studio Tour and throughout the year.


For 20 years the Huichol Art Project has traveled to the village of San Andrés Cohamiata, called Tatei Kie in Wixárika, to purchase art directly from the artists and artisans of the village. We have managed to do this through many challenges - covid, hurricanes and cartel presence- so that the village can continue to depend on the funds that come from the project. Even as the villagers are self-reliant farmers, they need some monetary income to provide for their families. A purchase from one artist supports not only the whole family but also provides support for the village.


In the remote mountains of Mexico’s Sierra Madre, the Huichol or Wixàrika people live in the ways of their ancestors. They are renowned for their capacity to bring healing through their relationship with the sacred landscape. They see all things - from the sun, moon, wind and rain to the mountains and desert, the springs, rivers and ocean, the plants and animals and the soil itself - as divine manifestations in an intricately interwoven world of relationship. They are celebrated for the brilliance of their beadwork and yarn paintings. The imagery of their art tells the stories of who they are, how they relate to each other and the living, sacred world. They maintain their sacred traditions not only for themselves but for the benefit of all humanity.

WHEN:

July 26 – 28, 2024,
11am – 5pm

WHERE:

Blue Deer Center, Margaretville, New York

TUITION:

no charge

THIS PROGRAM IS PRESENTED BY

Blue Deer Center

People come from all over the world to immerse in our programs  – a place to take a pause from the struggle of everyday life to restore, connect with our spirits, and ultimately find balance in our lives by reawakening our deepest knowing of nature.

Read more >>

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PROGRAM DETAILS

Questions?

Please let us know if you have any questions about this program.

The Huichol Art Gallery at Blue Deer will be open from 11 am to 5 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


Blue Deer Center

1155 County Highway 6

Margaretville, NY 12455


* All of our programs are made possible by the generosity of our donors and volunteers.

The Huichol Art Gallery at Blue Deer will be open from 11 am to 5 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


Blue Deer Center

1155 County Highway 6

Margaretville, NY 12455


* All of our programs are made possible by the generosity of our donors and volunteers.

Questions?

Please let us know if you have any questions about this program.

Support Blue Deer

The healing and transformation of one person benefits us all.

Your gift will bring traditional spiritual healing and life-changing transformation to people. All of our programs are subsidized by the generosity of our donors.

Blue Deer is a non-profit 501 c (3) Tax ID 22-3741704

Support Blue Deer

The spiritual healing and transformation of one person benefits all beings.

Your gift will bring traditional spiritual healing and life-changing transformation to people. All programs are made possible by the generosity of our donors.

Blue Deer is a non-profit 501 c (3) Tax ID 22-3741704

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