Without a doubt, Oaxaca is a melting pot of cultural expressions

Keeping traditions alive is a fundamental part of our lives and is a sign of the immense love we have for Oaxaca, therefore, the honorary president of the System for the Integral Development of the Family (DIF) of the State of Oaxaca, Ivette Morán de Murat, He visited the ARIPO store to appreciate the artistic exhibition called “Calavera Chairs”, by the teacher Gabriel Sosa.

“We are here with a young craftsman, Master Gabriel. He created a wonderful project called Calavera Chairs. We invite you to this exhibition, focused on the Day of the Dead, will be on display at ARIPO until November 15. Come to admire the greatness of the artisans, they and they through their magical hands, express their feelings, and make these works of art. It is a unique exhibition, we are waiting for you, ”said the wife of Governor Alejandro Murat Hinojosa.

Gabriel Sosa, an Oaxacan artisan, pointed out that this project rescues the customs of Oaxaca and enhances the celebration of the Day of the Dead. “The project is called Sillas Calaveras“. 

Each chair has a different title according to the name that each artist gave their chair, so each of them has a different story. Thank you for supporting us and making these works known, visit us.

Artesanías e Industrias Populares de Oaxaca (Aripo) is located at Calle García Vigil 809, Colonia Centro, CP 68000, Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca, telephone 951 514 0992. In addition, you can search for and purchase the crafts of your liking on the https page : //aripo.oaxaca.gob.mx/

In Oaxaca, work is done every day to create conditions of well-being and development for artisans. #CreateCreateGrow

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